Bevan said he was expecting to receive the protocols in document form on Thursday, ahead of the meeting next week.
“It covers testing, tracking, PPE (personal protective equipment) available, clear guidelines on social distancing and obviously a safe environment to train and play.
“There will be guidance on cardiology, mental and emotional well-being and I think the message is health is the guiding principle to any decision-making.”
A seven-page document, drawn up by the Premier League’s director of football Richard Garlick, talks about players wearing masks or snoods at training.
Epidemiologist Rowland Kao told the PA news agency last month that masks were a “sensible” precaution.
“It’s unclear how much protection those masks would be, but it would seem sensible to put as many precautions as you could in place,” he said.
Bevan said there was no suggestion that managers would be involved in any coercion of players.
“They’re the voice and leaders of clubs and teams but they always demonstrate calm leadership and that’s what we need,” he said.
“Whatever the pressures, physical, psychological well-being of players, coaches and indeed all the personnel, that will come first and foremost.”