Before reopening your building, procedures must be in place to ensure the safety of staff and patrons. Many areas and items are commonly touched in your building and cannot be disinfected easily and consistently. Please consider closing or limiting staff and patron contact to areas of your building.
CDC Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility: Everyday Steps, Steps When Someone is Sick, and Considerations for Employers.
For areas that you cannot close and are still in use, identify high risk areas and items where the virus is allowed to spread easily. You may consider modifying the area entirely, or adding protective equipment such as a sneeze guard. If you can’t remove the contact people will have with these areas and items, determine a plan for cleaning and disinfecting them. The following is a sample cleaning checklist that can be edited for your own needs.
Consider signage inside and outside to remind patrons of executive orders, social distancing, and more. Please assess what signage and it’s placement would have the most impact for safety.