Data Visualization: How to Align Manufacturing Workstations, If Feasible

Data Visualization: How to Align Manufacturing Workstations, If Feasible

Interim Guidance from CDC and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

Infographic detailing how to align manufacturing workstations, if feasible

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Bad:
Workers are within six feet of one another, including at side-by-side or facing workstations.

Good:
Workers are spaced at least six feet apart, not facing one another. Another setup may be used to achieve similar distancing between workers.

Good:
Physical barriers, such as partitions, separate workers from each other. Partitions may need to be adjusted to integrate with the processing line or other manufacturing equipment.

Good:
Physical barriers, such as partitions, separate workers from each other, including where workers need to perform tasks in tandem across from one another. For tasks performed in tandem with workers across from one another, partitions can be positioned to protect workers while allowing the pass-through of materials