Snow and Ice Pooled Fund Cooperative Program (SICOP)
Workforce Resiliency Policies (Pandemic Plans)

AASHTO Liaison
Rick Nelson, SICOP Coordinator

2020 has brought a heightened awareness regarding workforce resiliency and the ability to adapt to a variety of working conditions while still maintaining a safe transportation network.  For winter operations stockpiles must be full, equipment must be serviced and maintained in a mission ready state, and drivers must be behind the wheel in order to keep highways passable during weather events.

Several states have shared their plans and policies for operating in a social distanced environment. While these plans and policies were current at the time they were posted, the nature of this pandemic presents a fluid operating environment and you should contact the agency directly for the most current plans and policies.

If you would like to share your plan and include it in this resource please contact

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet
KYTC-COVID contingency guidelines

Maine DOT
MaineDOT COVID-19 Continuity of Operations – Phased Plan_V32

New Hampshire DOT
NHDOT State of Emergency
NHDOT Health Safety Matrix
NHDOT Assigning Remote Work For Business Continuity
NHDOT Employee Report of Symptoms Form
NHDOT Daily Health Checks and Reporting Requirements
NHDOT COVID-19 Guidelines and Procedures for DOT and Contract Plow Drivers at any NHDOT Worksite
NHDOT Emergency Use of Face Coverings
NHDOT Vehicle Occupancy
NHDOT Cleaning and Disinfecting Guidance

New York State DOT
NYSDOT Pandemic Operational Plan Checklist

North Dakota DOT
ND-COVID work options
ND-DOT Winter District Guidelines Version 1

Utah DOT
Link to Utah Health Guidance
Link to Employee Resources