COVID-19 RESOURCES

APA is always committed to the safety of our shareholders and their businesses.

In an effort to minimize risk and maximize safety from the COVID-19 pandemic, the following resources are intended to help you protect yourself, businesses, employees and customers from the COVID-19 virus (and other viral/bacterial illnesses).

CARES ACT LOAN INFORMATION

MULTISTATE POLICY TRACKER

MultiState policy tracker on the state and local government response to COVID-19/coronavirus. Track how state and localities are responding to the crisis, on the dashboard, maps and other resources.

PLEASE NOTE: Does NOT include information on local municipality mandates.

COVID-19 OSHA GUIDELINES

The OSHA guidelines by the United States Department of Labor and Department of Health & Human Services for providing a safe workplace in relation to the COVID-19 viral outbreak are available for download at the link below.

CDC GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS

The CDC’s recommendations for a safe work environment for businesses and employers are available below.

AUTOCARE ASSOCIATION LINKS

Visit the AutoCare Association for additional links to official resources including safety guidelines, upcoming industry-relevant webinars and contacts from the association as well as trusted authorities.

APA SUPPLIER ASSISTANCE

In response to the financial impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, the following suppliers have offered special assistance for APA Shareholders. Log in and click Supplier Spotlight to view details.

CDC SIGNAGE RESOURCES

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SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19

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STOP THE SPREAD

COVID-19 SHARE FACTS

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IF YOU ARE SICK

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COVID-19 FACT SHEET

HANDWASHING REMINDER

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BEST PRACTICES

Please be mindful of the safety of everyone by considering the health of others in your actions to prevent the spread of all viruses and germs. Consider the following best practices in business and everyday situations:

  • Avoid shaking hands – if you must, use hand sanitizer* before and after contact

  • Avoid greetings with hugs and cheek kisses

  • Reduce or eliminate business card exchanges

  • Be considerate of others and exercise good judgement by coughing into sleeve and frequent hand-washing

  • Avoid touching your face, nose, mouth and eyes in public spaces

  • Most importantly, if you are feeling ill for any reason stay home and seek medical attention

*Hand sanitizer must be at least 60% alcohol to be effective