Tyson Foods on Thursday released a report detailing important steps businesses can take to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Compiled by an internal scientific working group, the 10-page report analyzes the actions Tyson Foods has taken to protect workers during COVID-19 as well as looks forward to next steps such as vaccine distribution and preventive measures that will still be required at plants even once a vaccine is administered. The report is titled “Promoting workplace safety in the era of COVID-19: keeping employees, their families and communities healthy and safe.

“Tyson believes it is equally critical to share what it has learned and continue to support the collective growth in understanding of how to manage and ultimately defeat this deadly threat to human wellbeing so all Americans can feel safe at work and at home.”

The internal scientific working group, formed in August, includes a wide variety of healthcare experts, including organizational medicine specialists, virologists, immunologists and epidemiologists.

The group consists of Dr. Daniel Castillo of Matrix Medical Network; Dr. Scott Cherry of Axiom Medical Consulting; Dr. David Acheson of The Acheson Group and former associate commissioner for foods at the Food and Drug Administration; Dr. Harry Hull, state of Minnesota epidemiology and infectious disease specialist; and Dr. Margje Haverkamp of Alvarez & Marsal.

The full report can be found here.