Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update: AmTrust is here to support our agents and policyholders with helpful resources during these uncertain times. All functions are operating as usual, so please contact us via the normal channels for claims, payments or any issues.

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As America begins to reopen, businesses are asking how. How do they open their doors again in a way that will keep both customers and employees safe? How do they get back to providing the goods and services they’ve always offered while adhering to the guidelines set by federal, state and local health agencies?

AmTrust is here to help with some tips on how to get back to business - safely and efficiently.

You can be sure that AmTrust and our dedicated agent partners are here for your small business.

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Coronavirus Information
Information for agents and insureds to understand the impact of the coronavirus on small businesses.

Workplace Safety
Workplace safety training videos, including our most recent focusing on measure to protect employees.
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Featured Blog Post
Getting back to business after COVID-19: how small businesses can safely reopen.
AmTrust provides recommendations for our top classes of businesses on ways they can reopen and stay open amid the
global pandemic. Specific safety tips provide details on how to keep both employees and customers safe.
Restaurant Resources

As restaurants reopen, they need to rearrange patron seating areas, utilize single-use items and establish new back of the house procedures to operate safely.

National Restaurant Association: Reopening Guidance
Retail Resources

Recommendations for retail stores include installing barriers at checkout lines, disinfecting frequently touched surfaces and directing customer flow in aisles.

National Retail Federation: Operation Open Doors Checklist
Office Resources

From spacing out workstations and limiting visitors to reducing high traffic areas and creating better office flow, AmTrust provides recommendations for offices.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA): Guidance for Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19

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