Coronavirus (COVID -19) Employee Resources

Welcome to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Employee Resources Page. This page was designed to provide employees with information and resources during this pandemic.  The District is continuing to take all the precautionary measures possible to ensure the health and safety of our employees. As information and requirements change, we will continue to update you on the expectations and requirements during working hours.

The HR/Risk team is here to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Please do not hesitate to contact any member of our team.

Returning to The Office: Exposure Control & Safety Plan

The District’s goal is to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our workplace and collectively provide a safe and healthy environment for our employees and visitors. It will require everyone’s commitment and involvement to implement these strategies, monitor continuously, assess frequently, and adapt fluidly. The Addendum-Returning To The Office:  Exposure Control & Safety Plan is a supplemental planning tool designed to reduce the impact of a COVID-19 outbreak in the workplace. It should be used concurrently with the Interim Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response and Return to Work Guide.

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In-Person Meeting Certification & Contact Form

The In-Person Meeting Certification & Contact Form was developed as part of our Returning to the Office, Exposure and Safety Plan, it provides information to external meeting attendees of the precautionary measures we are taking in consideration for the health and safety our visitors and employees.  This form will also assist the District in contact tracing if (when) needed.

Click here to attain a copy of this form. 

All completed forms must be submitted to Human Resources.

Face Coverings Required at CVWD

On May 8, 2020, the San Bernardino County Public Health Department rescinded the mandatory face-covering order that was in place; however, they are still “strongly recommending” the use of them. Although the County is deferring to less-restrictive orders, the District will continue to require that ALL employees use face coverings and maintain social distancing guidelines (6 feet apart) during working hours, while on District property or in a District vehicle (with passengers present). This requirement applies to all office and field staff.

 Learn how to make your own face covering at home by following these steps. 

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CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION 

Stay informed from a reliable source. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has a dedicated COVID-19 page.

Local Counties

Check  your county for more information: San Bernardino County | Riverside County | Los Angeles County | Orange County County


Other Resources

FFCRA Emergency Paid Leave 


CVWD COVID-19 Guidelines (Return to Work)

In order to ensure the health and safety of all of our employees, please follow the established guidelines listed in the CVWD COVID-19 Guidelines prior to returning to work. 

Employees returning to work after exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 or suspicion of having or being exposed to COVID-19 must complete the Employee Self -Certification Letter.

For a quick reference see the Employee Guidelines flow chart.


Other COVID -19 Information and Relief 

View the COVID-19 Information and Relief document for more information and relief that may be helpful to you and your family.


W.E.L.L Program

The W.E.L.L Program is the employee assistance program that the District provides to help ensure their well-being and productivity. If you or your family need assistance, please contact our Program Coordinator, JoAnn Simmons.


457 Retirement Plans


At Home Care


Links

Target Solutions

Access your Target Solutions account by clicking on the icon. If you are having difficulties logging in to your account email Rosa Lopez for assistance.

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Central Occupational Medicine Center

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