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ESD Headquarters Is Certified “Be Safe. Chicago”

As employees return to the workplace amid the pandemic, their safety is of the utmost importance. Team members returning to ESD’s Willis Tower headquarters will be comforted by the fact that ESD is now “Be Safe. Chicago” self-certified.

What does that mean?  “Be Safe. Chicago” certification is a business self-certification for employers to certify their reopening plans meet these industry guidelines. Certification is done through this online survey. The City of Chicago leadership wants to ensure that businesses are meeting or exceeding requirements of the “Be Safe. Chicago” guidelines put in place by the city government to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Please reach out to Nicki Bartels, Office Manager, with any questions regarding “Be Safe. Chicago” certification.

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