Client: Canadian Standards Association, Toronto (2021)
Project: Workplaces and COVID-19: Occupational Health and Safety Considerations for Reopening and Operating During the Pandemic, by V.H. Arrandale et al.
Specialty: On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) to be a global pandemic, which has drastically changed the way we live and work. As restrictions ease and workplaces reopen across Canada, more workers are returning to work and workplaces, but these workplaces may become important sites of community transmission. Preventing the transmission of COVID-19 in workplaces will protect the physical and psychological health of workers, as well as the broader community. This research report reviews and summarizes occupational health and safety practices that can support safer reopening and ongoing operation of workplaces during the COVID-19 pandemic.
TEC began working with the CSA Group in Toronto in October 2019. The editing requires us to apply specific CSA preferences for spelling, expression of numbers, use of technical terms, and in-text citations. Editing the reference notes has introduced us to the IEEE Editorial Style Manual. Page count and reference numbers vary with each report. This particular report is 75 finished pages that includes 227 references.
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