COVID-19 Resources and Information
The roofing industry is sharing good information on how employers can make modifications to their businesses for the COVID-19 pandemic and ideas on what you can implement to promote and protect the health and well-being of your employees.The KRA will be updating the information on this page regularly.
As Kansas and Missouri counties and cities have implemented Stay At Home Orders, and now “Re-opening” guidelines, you may have questions or need to seek additional information. We are here to help. Call KRA at 785.393.4478 if you need additional support or information.
Please note: Information and links provided by 3rd party providers and were valid at time of publishing by the KRA. Links are provided as informational purposes only and are not to be considered legal or medical advice or endorsement of any activity.
COVID-19 Case Report (Updates Daily) – Click Here
May 19, 2020
Governor Kelly Moves Kansas to Modified Phase 2
May 10, 2020
State of Kansas COVID-19 Hiring & Jobs Portal
May 3, 2020
A Plan to Reopen Kansas
April 27, 2020
Mayo Clinic has developed a self-assessment tool for people to help determine if they are a candidate for a COVID-19 test
PPP Reopens Under Crush of Demand
The U.S. Small Business Agency (SBA) reopened the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Monday under a crush of demand. Click here to read why the guidelines put into place by the SBA didn’t stop its computer system known as E-Tran from being overwhelmed.
April 6, 2020
NRCA notes CARES Act Provisions that may apply to roofing companies — NRCA_Notes_On_CARES_Act
April 1, 2020
Kansas Chamber Business Resource Site
March 28, 2020
Governor Kelly Issues Statewide Stay At Home Order
March 26, 2020
Executive Order No. 20-15 – Establishes the KS Essential Function Framework for COVID-19 Response Efforts
March 24, 2020
Shawnee County Issues Safe At Home Order
Sedgwick County Stay At Home Emergency Order
Centers for Disease Control
The Centers for Disease Control provides regular updates and “breaking news” about the COVID-19 virus, preventative steps, what do if you are sick and more.
Cotney Construction Law
NRCA has created a page on their website with resources including legal, OSHA, and insurance information, as well as multiple other resources such as a Toolbox Talk and COVID-19-specific contract provisions.
Kansas Department of Health & Education
Missouri Department of Health & Senior Services
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) offers a COVID-19 planning guidance, information for workers and employers, and resources for small businesses. A new document, Preparing Workplaces for Covid-19 has just been released.
Small Business Administration
World Health Organization
Provides guidance, information, Q&A and myth-busters.
Please note: Information and links provided by 3rd party providers and were valid at time of publishing by the KRA. Links are provided as informational purposes only and are not to be considered legal advice or endorsement of any activity.