Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy Modified Date: May 15, 2020

Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy 
Modified Date: May 15, 2020

Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy Modified Date: May 15, 2020

Intel Confidential Policy Owner: Corporate Services Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy Effective as of March 27, 2020 Page 1 of 5 Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy 1.0 Purpose This Oregon Physical Distancing Policy (the “Policy”) defines Intel’s Oregon physical, also referred to as social, distancing program (the “Program”), which is part of Intel’s ...global efforts to combat the coronavirus outbreak. Intel’s efforts are led by the Intel Pandemic Leadership Team (“PLT”) that addresses issues, including health and safety, related to the coronavirus outbreak at all Intel sites. The PLT is responsible for compliance with Oregon Executive Order No. 20-25, issued, May 14, 2020, which replaces EO No. 20-12, issued March 23, 2020, and any further guidance and requirements provided by state and local governments in Oregon. This Program is supported by Intel’s policies (including this Policy), procedures, guidelines, job guides and related documentation that reflect Intel’s efforts to implement and enforce physical distancing. References to social distancing can be interpreted as references to physical distancing for the purposes of this Program. All such materials are incorporated into and are part of this Program. 2.0 Scope This Policy pertains to the physical distancing measures we are actively taking to mitigate the spread of coronavirus or COVID-19 among Intel’s employees, workers, and visitors (“individuals”) to Intel’s sites in Oregon. Individuals must follow this Policy as well as additional documents related to physical distancing, such as our policies and procedures, guidelines, job guides and related documentation. 3.0 Policy Statement This Policy requires that individuals at Intel sites comply with the required physical distancing measured established by Oregon Executive Order No. 20-25, issued May 14, 2020, which replaces EO No. 20-12, issued March 23, 2020, as implemented and amended. Respect for physical distancing through telework (“work from home”), increased distancing when in proximity to others at Intel’s sites, increased washing of hands, and the increased cleaning of Intel’s facilities and equipment, as well as other measures as required by the Oregon Health Authority, are intended to promote the safety and wellbeing of Intel’s employees, workers, and visitors. 4.0 Intel’s Oregon Physical Distancing Policy 4.1Overview This Policy is based on Oregon state and local social and physical distancing requirements, including guidance from the Oregon Health Authority, as well as guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other medical experts. The Policy is implemented through Intel’s policies and procedures, guidelines, job guides and related documentation. In addition, each business unit will implement this Policy in topic specific physical distancing policies, procedures, guidelines, job guides and related documentation to suit the unique operating circumstances found within their organizational environment. 4.2Policy Applicability Intel’s physical distancing policies and procedures, guidelines, job guides and related documentation define high-level responsibilities, practices, and compliance requirements for all individuals when performing work for Intel in Oregon or when working at Intel’s Oregon sites. Page 2 of 5 Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy 5.0Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Program This Program is based on the physical distancing principles described below and is managed by Corporate Services. Oversight Read the full Intel Oregon Physical Distancing Policy Modified Date: May 15, 2020.