STATE OF UTAH
The state of Utah has created a highly informative and easy to navigate website offering guidance in the following categories:
- Protecting Yourself
- Businesses and Employers
- Information for Healthcare Providers
- COVID-19 General Information
- Ways to Help
- Outdoor Recreation
- Color-Coded Risk Chart
- Mental Health
The most relevant resource on this website is the “color-coded risk chart.” Currently, Salt Lake County is operating in the yellow phase (low risk.) This phase allows for dine-in at restaurants, in-person shopping at retail stores and social gatherings of up to 50 people.
A mandatory mask requirement has been in effect for most Utah Counties since July 1, 2020. For additional information and to stay up-to-date visit: https://coronavirus.utah.gov/.
DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY
The Department of Treasury has proven to be a valuable resource for businesses working to navigate COVID legislation related to the Families First Coronavirus Leave Act and the CARES Act. For the most up-to date information regarding these acts, including PPP forgiveness forms visit: https://home.treasury.gov/
Focusing on safety within the sheet metal industry specifically, SMOHIT has prepared in-depth guidelines addressing COVID related safety issues including, overall job site safety, PPE, high risk individuals in the workplace, Spanish resources and more. Find these guidelines by visiting the SMOHIT website: https://www.smohit.org/covid-19-information/
For additional resources and industry-specific guidance, visit the COVID-19 section of the National SMACNA page
About SMACNA Utah
SMACNA Utah is a chapter of National SMACNA (Sheet Metal Contractors Association) representing unionized sheet metal and specialty metal contractors within the state of Utah.
SMACNA Utah is dedicated to promoting contractor growth through quality education and training programs, legislative involvement and the betterment of the industry.
SMACNA Utah is registered with the State of Utah to provide Continuing Education Credits that can be applied toward Utah’s biennial license renewal CEU requirements.