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Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire

AGC of NH's COVID-19 Resource Page

General Info & Guidelines
PPE Resources for Businesses
AGC has created a resource page to help member firms locate vendors for personal protective equipment (PPE) as well as hand sanitizer and disinfectant for work sites. Businesses may also be able to find hand sanitizer for sale at local wineries and breweries. If you have any other resources or leads that could be added to the list below, please contact Katrina at kswirko@agcnh.org.

NH Department of Safety Free Mask Program – This site, run by NH DOS, offers free disposable masks for any business. Users can fill out the online request form and choose a designated DMV location for pickup.

Cintas Member Savings Program for AGC Members – Members can save through AGC of America’s partnership with Cintas, which offers KN95 masks and a variety of alternative face masks. Hand sanitizer and disinfectant are also available in this discount program.

Johnson’s Supply in Belmont, NH – Johnson’s Supply provides a wide variety of safety and janitorial equipment, such as gloves, hand soap, and disinfectants.

Solve Manufacturing 1 Gallon Hand Sanitizer – Solve Manufacturing sells 1-gallon jugs of 70% alcohol hand sanitizer for $80.00 each.

Spirit Sanitizer – Spirit Sanitizer is a manufacturer of all kinds of PPE and disinfectants. Featured products include rubber gloves, face masks, and hand sanitizer in 8oz. spray bottles and 55-gallon drums.

Live Free Distillery, Manchester, NH – The Live Free Distillery is currently selling hand sanitizer but is only open on the weekends. Email skeetershine@yahoo.com for more information.
Track Coronavirus Cases in NH on Department of Health Website
The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services has created a webpage tracking confirmed coronavirus cases by county. The website includes a map and notices regarding areas with potential COVID-19 exposure. The website can be found at https://www.nh.gov/covid19/.
AGC of Vermont COVID-19 Exposure, Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan
AGC of Vermont has released its "COVID-19 Exposure, Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan" to help guide the state's construction industry back to work. The chapter also sent a letter to Governor Scott, who recently extended the state's stay-at-home order to May 15, outlining the phased-in plan and proposing a commencement date for some projects as early as April 15. The letter to Governor Scott can be downloaded HERE, and the full plan can be downloaded HERE.
NH Governor Orders
Governor Sununu has deemed construction work essential and has temporarily relaxed restrictions around municipal approvals and inspections as well as deadlines for NHDES permits. More information on municipal approvals and the full list of what has been deemed essential work can be found in the links below.

Stay at Home 2.0 Universal Guidance, COVID-19 Reopening Guidance

Governor’s emergency order #17 regarding essential workers

Governor’s emergency order #23 regarding municipal construction approval & inspections

Governor's emergency order #29 regarding NH DES executive branch deadlines & requirements

Governor's emergency order #40 extending and modifying order #17 (closure of non-essential businesses and requiring Granite Staters to stay at home).
Federal Loan Programs
The links below provide information on the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) loan program, called Paycheck Protection Program, which helps businesses keep their workforce employed during the Coronavirus crisis.

SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Human Resources
HR managers should stay on top of the latest available resources for employers and employees, such as the FFCRA and the US DOL’s COVID-19 website. Be sure to check these links regularly, as details are likely to change over time.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)

U.S. DOL’s “COVID-19 and the American Workplace” Resource Website

Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19, from the U.S. Department of Labor

Combating Coronavirus – Resources & Guidelines for Businesses, from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce