CDC, NIOSH, WHO — Standards and Guidance

The CDC, NIOSH and other organizations like the WHO have long-, and well-established methodologies for dealing hazards. The “Hierarchy of Controls” is a system used to deploy effective controls within a group — whether a community, organization, or workplace to identify the most effective ways to control a hazard. Depicted within the inverted pyramid below, the more effective controls are on the large, top side of the pyramid, whereas the least effective controls are on the bottom. This diagram explains the uses the hierarchy of controls to identify the best practices for controlling a person’s exposure to SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that has led to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hierarchy of Controls from CDC and NIOSH

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