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Michigan announces additional COVID workplace safety grants

As the state works to reopen, Michigan’s Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity has announced workplace safety grants to keep communities safe from COVID-19.

The state says $2 million in COVID workplace safety grants will provide matching funds to small businesses of up to $10,000 to decrease their COVID risk through safety, training and health-related equipment.

This includes eligible childcare centers. The grant applications are open through Friday, June 18. Grants received after that date could be a part of a potential third phase, if funds remain available.

To apply, businesses need to complete the Michigan COVID-19 Safety Grant application.

Learn more about MIOSHA’s efforts to protect Michigan’s workforce during the pandemic and for information on the latest workplace safety guidance at http://Michigan.gov/COVIDWorkplaceSafety.

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