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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (Cyber+Infrastructure, CISA) yesterday released the Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce, identifying essential workers by sector. It appears that most, if not all, packaging manufacturing could be considered essential.

Critical Infrastructure Summary

Additional Essential Workforce Resources

NAM Q&A on Essential Workforce

Letter from Director of CDC

EEOC Guidance on Taking Temperatures

Employer Takeaways from EOCC Guidance

Resources for Homemade Mask Making

A Message from the President

As the world takes action to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we are doing our part at PRCA. We are committed to promoting a healthy, thriving community for our members and our industry throughout this ever-evolving situation.

Business Doesn't Stop - Neither Do We
Business hasn't stopped, and PRCA hasn't either. Board and Committee meetings will continue virtually. Our staff will continue to work, be it in the office or from home, to serve our members during this challenging time.

Helpful Resources
To help protect our overall community, we want to remind our members there are steps we all can take to prevent further spread of the virus. In addition to frequent hand washing, you can help by limiting person-to-person interaction with telecommunication efforts. View our regularly updated list of resources further down on this page.

Mike Rapier
PRCA President

Response to COVID-19

During these unprecedented times, the PRCA member companies are keenly aware of the challenges faced by our families, employees, industry, and nation. PRCA members are dedicated to the health and wellness of our employees as well as the employees and customers of those we serve.  All members have taken steps to mitigate the risk of…