June 27th, 2020
Managing Employee Health
• Employees with symptoms associated with COVID-19 must report them to their supervisors.
Sick employees have to stay home and to follow the CDC’s What to do if you are sick with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Consult with local health department for additional guidance.
• If employees are sick at work, they will be sent home immediately. Clean and disinfect surfaces in their workspace.
Others at the facility with close contact (i.e., within 6 feet) of the employee during this time should be
• Instruct employees who are well, but know they have been exposed to COVID-19, to notify their supervisor and follow CDC-recommended precautions (see below).
• Inform fellow employees of their possible exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace, if an employee is confirmed to have COVID-19, while maintaining confidentiality.
• Maintain controls to reduce transmission among employees, such as those described below:
– Employers – Pre-screen (e.g., take temperature and assess symptoms prior to starting work).
– Employers – Disinfect and clean work spaces and equipment, and consider more frequent cleaning of high touch surfaces.
– Employees – Regularly self-monitor (e.g., take temperature and assess symptoms of coronavirus).
– Employees – Wear a mask or face covering.
– Employees – Practice social distancing and stay at least 6 feet from other people whenever possible.
All employees must follow effective hand hygiene including washing hands for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
• Always wash hands with soap and water. If soap and water are not readily available, then use an alcohol based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol and avoid working with unwrapped or exposed foods.
• Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
• Use gloves to avoid direct bare hand contact with guests or frequently used items.
• Before preparing drinks, always wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds for general food
• Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash and wash hands after.
PROTECT EMPLOYEE HEALTH:
MEASURES USED TO ENSURE STAFF DO NOT WORK IF ILL AND ARE PROTECTED FROM BECOMING ILL IN THE WORKPLACE.
This facility uses the following methods to ensure protection of Employee Health in the workplace (all measures in this section are mandatory):
- All employees have been told not to come to work if ill.
- Employees receive a thermal or temperature scan prior to the beginning of each shift.
- A health survey is conducted with each employee prior to the beginning of each shift to verify staff have not experienced symptoms consist with COVID-19 in the past 7 days or exposed to someone who has experienced symptoms in the past 14 days.
- Employees with Covid-19 like symptoms are not allowed to work and encouraged to contact their medical provider or 2-1-1.
- Face coverings are worn by all staff that interact with the public and when unable to social distance with other employees.
- Clean and disinfect restrooms and breakrooms frequently.
- All employees have read and understand the COVID-19 Fact Sheet (available in multiple languages). Employees shall not share food, beverages, and food-ware.
- Employees do not shake hands, high-five or do similar greetings that break physical distance. Employees must frequently wash their hands with soap and warm water.
- A copy of this protocol was shared with each employee to ensure they understand and will implement the procedures.
MEASURES USED TO ENSURE SOCIAL DISTANCING IS ADHERED TO. CLUB TABLES SHALL BE SIX FEET APART OR IF UN-MOVABLE, A BARRIER OR PARTITION MUST SEPARATE TABLES TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC.
This facility uses the following methods to ensure social distancing is adhered (all measures in this section are mandatory):
- All tables are six feet apart or if un-movable, a barrier or partition has been installed to separate the tables.
- Tape or markings of at least six feet separation are used in any area where members of the public may form a line.
- Limit the number of patrons at a single table to a household unit or patrons who have asked to be seated together.
- People in the same party seated at the same table do not have to be six feet apart.
- All members of the party must be present before seating and the host must bring the entire party to the table at one time.
EDUCATION FOR THE PUBLIC:
MEASURES USED TO ENSURE THE PUBLIC IS EDUCATED ON SOCIAL GATHERING OUT SAFELY, THROUGH PUBLIC NOTIFICATIONS.
This facility uses the following methods to ensure education of our patrons (all measures in this section are mandatory):
- Signage is posted at each public entrance of the facility to inform the dining public to: Maintain social distancing of six feet
- Wash hands or use sanitizer upon entry into the club
- Stay home if they are ill or have symptoms consistent with COVID-19
- A copy of the COVID-19 Operating Protocol is posted at a location visible to the public.
- Face coverings are worn by public when not seated at their table.
MEASURES USED TO INCREASE SANITIZATION AND DISINFECTION:
MEASURES USED TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC THROUGH THE AVOIDANCE AND FREQUENT DISINFECTION OF COMMON HAND TOUCH POINTS AND SANITIZATION OF FOOD CONTACT SURFACES.
This facility uses the following methods to increase sanitization and disinfection (all measures in this section are mandatory):
- Items that may be used by multiple customers, such as menus, are disinfected between each use or modified to be a single service item, such as a disposable paper menu.
- Only single-service glassware is used.
- High contact touchpoints, such as phones, door handles, credit card terminals, etc. are cleaned and disinfected, frequently using a disinfectant effective against Coronavirus.
- Public restrooms are being cleaned and disinfected frequently.
ADDITIONAL SAFETY MEASURES
This facility uses the following additional optional measures:
- Disinfection wipes or hand sanitizer (at least 60% alcohol) are provided for customers.
- A reservation process to prevent people from gathering and promote social distancing is in use.
- The number of employees serving an individual party is limited to one employee, when possible.
- Disposable gloves are being used to supplement hand washing when: conducting employee health screenings, handling items contaminated by body fluids, touching items used by customers (dirty cups, plates, napkins, etc.), or handling trash bags.