Health Beyond Home
Maintaining health and safety beyond the home will be essential to safely dial up life, community and the economy and is the shared goal of us all as we persevere through these challenging times. These tools are compiled from many sources for community organizations, businesses, families and individuals to consider as we resume our daily activities.
A Smart Restart
MCW and MMAC continue to partner by sourcing and vetting information to develop a toolkit to help businesses identify risks and implement health and safety procedures. This toolkit provides a one-stop shop for information, guidance and resources to get businesses up and running as safely as possible. Updates to the toolkit will continue as more resources and information become available.
From the start of the COVID-19 crisis, MCW and MMAC have partnered to provide expert advice through webinars and various resources.
Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely
To register for a Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely industry specific webinar or to view past webinars, visit the Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely website.
Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely, developed by the City of Milwaukee Health Department, was developed to help prioritize the health and safety of city residents in the wake of the end of the statewide COVID-19 Safer-at-Home order. To better support the city during this unprecedented time, Mayor Tom Barrett, the City of Milwaukee Health Department, local business leaders, and health and science experts from MCW have launched a Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely webinar series to better understand the needs of local businesses and organizations during the COVID-19 recovery, and provide valuable COVID-19 health and safety recommendations.
Your Local Health Department
Local health departments protect and promote the health of people where they live, work and play, and they are important partners through COVID-19 to:
- Help respond to cases and outbreaks
- Provide information on signs and symptoms
Health and Safety Practices
How your employees, customers, visitors, and vendors interact matters as you re-open and operate. Take these steps to prepare and protect:
Health and Safety Indicators
This dashboard is compiled by the Medical College of Wisconsin with input from national and regional public health experts. Metrics build upon criteria set forth by Badger Bounce Back and applies measures for the use of teams in the Milwaukee region. Metrics are based on the current environment and could change with additional information.