Project owners need to first protect against on-site transmission by increasing existing protection measures to consider for COVID-19, such as by improving operating practices to ensure physical distancing and proper sanitation. The range of aggression does not end there. Fewer on-site managers may mean administration suffers, or any spot monitors will be possible to check for health, safety, and environmental issues. Smaller crew sizes may produce a "make do" attitude that starts to fatigue, strains, and sprains. Longer wait periods for proper security equipment could inadvertently lead to more frequent shortcuts, such as skipping fall-protection steps or cutting corners on required personal protective equipment such as steel-toed boots. Balancing both COVID-19 precautions and safety measures will require professionals to uncover and manage the extent of the risks.