Back To Work 2020
- It is confirmed as a coronavirus illness
- It is work-related as defined by OSHA standards
- It involves one or more of OSHA’s general recording criteria, such as medical treatment beyond first aid or six days away from work
This program grants access to 5,000 on-line courses and allows jobseekers to upgrade their skills while remaining in the safety of their own homes. These courses include subjects such as information technology, business analysis, customer service, project management, digital literacy, and more. It also includes training tracks with over 100 industry certifications (in both English and Spanish). To register, please visit https://ewib.metrixlearning.com/ and click on yellow box entitled “SIGN UP FOR METRIX LEARNING”. Metrix Learning Content Coaches are available for assistance through the American Job Centers.
- Beaches in CT, NY, NJ will be open officially as of Friday, May 22 with social distancing.
- There will be no fees for CT Residents.
- Swimming allowed only at shoreline state parks. None at inland state parks.
- People must be 15’ apart, blanket to blanket. There has to be a 6’ radius around each blanket and a 3’ walkway between blankets.
- You cannot be in a group larger than 5 people, this should be your family that you are sheltering with, not friends or others not living with you.
- Social distancing of 6’ when walking around.
- Use face masks when near others, do not wear them in the water.
- Public bathrooms will be closed but there MAY be portable toilets.
- Beaches and parks may be closed if social distancing not followed or they reach capacity.
- There will be no lifeguards until later in the season at shoreline beaches.
- Closures due to bacterial issues will be found on twitter @CTStateParks or 866-287-2757.
- Town beaches status determined independently by the Town, check with them.