identify your business important processes, operations, and functions. Allow your employees to work remotely (if it is possible). Today, there is no problem to conduct business using the Internet, cloud-based workspaces, phones, or video conferencing (like Zoom or Skype), etc. To stay open, you must use alternative methods of running a business. Think about creating small working groups for your workers to increase the distance between people. Develop several working shifts, so you will limit the number of people in the company. Social Distance is normal thing today;
make sure you can continue your payroll, finances, etc. Determine the potential impact of a pandemic on your business finances and create multiple possible ways how to improve them;
having handwashing facilities, alcohol-based hand sanitizers (of at least 60% alcohol), and, of course, masks will be a good idea. Moreover, cleaning touch points and surfaces (tables, doorknobs, handrails, telephones, and even keyboards) must be your daily routine;
decide on how to protect your employees and customers. Create a pandemic management team and prepare guidelines for important management and business decisions, because anyone can get sick in your company. You can also assign a person to help estimate the health situation of the company, for example, use screening checklists provided by the public health officials. Encourage and track annual influenza vaccination for your employees;
document an up-to-date list of your customers and employees (phones and emails) to help public health with tracing in the case of illness discovered. Furthermore, monitor relevant pandemic information on reliable websites.