WE ARE CURRENTLY NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC BUT WHEN WE CAN THIS IS OUR COVID PLAN …
MEMBERSHIP, GENERAL PUBLIC, CLIENTS
- Wear a face mask
- Maintain distancing – 6 feet apart
- Avoid touching surfaces, if needed wipe with disinfectant paper/cloth or use a glove
- Wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer if water is not available.
- Personnel shall comply with current Riverside County and California State
- health guidelines until otherwise directed.
- Wear mask
- Cloth or disposable masks to cover nose and mouth
- Wash hands before applying mask
- Touch ONLY the strings or elastic when removing mask.
- Dispose cloth mask in container to be washed.
- Place disposable masks in appropriate receptacle
- Wash hands after removing mask.
- DO NOT touch the mask during wearing
- Avoid touching face, eyes, hair
- Wear gloves when touching, products, inventory, other people
- Wash hands before wearing gloves
- Wash hands between glove use
- Wash hands after disposing of gloves
- Those not wearing gloves, wash hands frequently, use hand sanitizers
- when water is not available
- Maintain your distancing, 6 feet apart.
Reasons to not participate:
- If you have a fever (100.4)
- Fever free without medication for full 24 hours before returning
- Have a cough, respiratory congestion
- Trouble breathing, shortness of breath
- General illness
We will evaluate our workplace regularly, each day, to determine which surfaces, equipment and spaces have been used and clean them between member handling. Most surfaces and objects will just need normal routine cleaning but frequently touched surfaces and objects like light switches, doorknobs and dumbbells will need to be cleaned and then disinfected to further reduce the risk of germs on surfaces and objects.
Some surfaces only need to be cleaned with soap and water. For example, surfaces and objects that are not frequently touched should be cleaned daily and do not require additional disinfection. Normal routine cleaning with soap and water will decrease how much of the virus is on surfaces and objects, which reduces the risk of exposure.
- Disinfection using EPA approved disinfectants (read the label) can also help reduce the risk. Frequent disinfection of surfaces and objects touched by multiple people is important.
- For soft surfaces such as carpeted floor, rugs, and fabric chairs. Clean the surface with soap and water or appropriate fabric cleaner.
All information is from government websites: CDC, NIH, AMA, Riverside County health department, Governor Newson executive orders.