The Greene County Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to helping its business members during this challenging time. The following are resources that provide helpful information you may need to navigate through the current situation. We will be adding and updating this list as things develop.

The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide – May 27, 2020
The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide is a collective work by event industry professionals to help our peers who are planning to reopen during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. Within the guide, reasonable foreseeable health risks and suggested options to address them are identified. The goal is to provide enough information so each user can make reasonable choices under their own circumstances. Click here to view guide.

Ready Pittsburgh Reopening Toolkit – May 18, 2020
Much of the Pittsburgh region moved to the yellow phase of reopening last week as stay-at-home orders begin to ease. To help our region, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development created a toolkit for organizations that contains best practice protocols and guides for various industries. You’ll find three buckets of information in this toolkit to prepare your organization, ready your workplace and help your workforce. Click here to view the toolkit.

WHS Occupational Medicine’s Employee Back to Work Checklist – May 18, 2020
Do you have employees returning to the office that will need a return to work exam or drug test? Or maybe they need to be fitted for a respirator mask? WHS Occupational Medicine can help! They have created a FREE resource for all local businesses to use. It’s an easy to use checklist to screen your employees as they return to the office. Download the checklist on their website: www.whs.org/occmed or contact WHS Occupational Medicine at (724) 223-3528.

Small Business Marketing Grant Available! – May 18, 2020
Thank you to the Greene Scene Magazine and Direct Results for offering a marketing grant for small businesses. and non-profits. Apply today! 

Chamber’s Re-Invent Greene Resource Guide – May 14, 2020
Use this guide to help your business reopen. We include reopening ideas, helpful links and signage to use in your business. Click here to view our guide.

Chamber’s Re-Opening Preparation Guide – May 8, 2020
As your business prepares to re-open after COVID-19, consider these simple steps! Click here to view our guide.

Navigating the Road to Recovery – May 7, 2020
This document reviews ways that the Chamber can help your business navigate the road to economic recovery after a global pandemic. Click here to view document.

Verizon Wireless Business Solutions – May 7, 2020
Verizon Wireless is here to help your business through COVID-19. Click here to see how they can help.

My Benefit Advisor Solutions during the COVID-19 Outbreak – May 1, 2020
As the country continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, employers and their employees have many questions on the potential impact. The following website is a hub for important client communication on the resources available to help you answer those questions. Click here for to view. 

Re-Opening Marketing Materials – April 30, 2020
As our businesses begin to reopen, we are here and ready to help! We can quickly handle your business’s marketing needs in this unprecedented time of change. Whether it’s signs to say you’re open, banners to show your appreciation, new take-out menu’s, or a digital campaign to set yourself up for growth—we want to help our fellow small businesses survive right now, so that we can thrive together when this challenge passes. Curbside pick-up and no contact delivery are available. Please contact us if there is something that we can do to support you and your business. Click here for more information.

What do Post-Coronavirus Events Look Like? – April 30, 2020
The most pressing question on event professionals’ minds is what events will look like once the lockdowns have been lifted. The following article explore some potential scenarios of the aftermath of Covid-19. Click here to read the article. 

Energy Savings with World Kinect – April 30, 2020
Now more than ever, businesses are trying to save money. Remember as a Chamber member, you receive this great benefit with World Kinect Energy Services. Click here for more information.

Template for Responsible Re-Entry – April 30, 2020
What does the new “norm” look like? Responsible Re-entry for a business should be as personalized as your mission statement, your culture, your work force and the type or size of your business will be considerations when writing a re-entry plan and when determining when to move on to the next phase. Use this guide to help create a re-entry plan for your business. 

Retail Industry Leaders Association’s Guide for Business Re-Opening – April 27, 2020
Open for Business – A Blueprint for Shopping Safe: Click here to view guide. 

Direct Results Offering Protective Barriers for your Business – April 24, 2020
As you prepare your business for reopening, you might be thinking of ways to protect your employees and your customers. Direct Results has you covered offering barriers and partitions to help protect everyone from virus-containing droplets. Options include: Protective Counter BarrierWorkplace PartitionsVinyl Wall Barrier. Call Direct Results for more information at 724-627-2040.

Chamber’s Recovery Communication Guide – April 22, 2020
Keep your customers updated with any changes with your business and keep them engaged during this time! Click here to view our guide.

The Greene County Chamber seeks to provide access to recommendations, regulations, services and expertise to its members. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this mission remains constant. Prior to acting, members should consult their own professional advisors for information and counsel specific to the individual and unique situations faced by organizations, individuals and corporations. The opinions, interpretations and recommendations of the Greene County Chamber are informational only and should not be relied upon by the recipient as legal or professional advice. The Greene County Chamber makes no representations as to the accuracy or reliability of the content contained herein. Users of this information accept any and all risks associated with the use of such information and agree that the Greene County Chamber has no liability to user.