COVID-19 Safety Measures at Cinnabar
- Employees whose work duties can be conducted remotely are doing so and will continue to do so until the Shelter in Place Order is lifted, with particular consideration for employees above the age of 65 and others at increased risk for more severe disease if infected.
- On-site employees conduct self-assessment for COVID-19 symptoms every day using the Sonoma County SoCoCOVID-19 Check App.
- All employees and visitors are confirmed to not have a temperature of more than 100 Fahrenheit before reporting for on-site activities. No-touch thermometers will be used and wiped with alcohol before and after each use.
- Employees are provided with all required protective equipment (i.e., face coverings) and we ensure this equipment is worn properly when in the vicinity of others. Face coverings are not shared at this worksite.
- Employees who are sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 are directed to stay home and Centers for Disease Control guidelines will be followed for when that employee can return to work.
For the Public
Customers are not permitted to bring their own bags, mugs, or other reusable items from home.
Tape or other markings have been placed at least six feet apart in customer line areas on sidewalks or other walkways near public entrances with signs directing customers to use the markings to maintain distance.
Employees take reasonable measures to communicate with the public to use face coverings.
- Thorough cleaning in high traffic areas is performed regularly. Commonly used surfaces are frequently disinfected.
- All shared equipment and touchable surfaces are cleaned and sanitized between each use.
- Customer entrances, exits, and points of sale are equipped with proper sanitation products, including hand sanitizer and/or sanitizing wipes.
- Hand washing facilities will be made available and will stay operational and stocked at all times and additional soap, paper towels, and hand sanitizer are supplied when needed.
- Sanitizing supplies are provided to promote personal hygiene. This may include tissues, no-touch trash cans, hand soap, adequate time for hand- washing, alcohol- based hand sanitizers, disinfectants, and disposable towels.
- Cleaning products are used that meet the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)’s- approved for use against COVID-19 list.
- Business hours and other procedures have been modified to provide adequate time for regular, thorough cleaning, product stocking, or other measures.
- Employees are provided adequate time to implement cleaning practices before and after shifts.
- Hands-free devices have been installed, where possible, including motion sensor lights, contact-less payment systems, automatic soap and paper towel dispensers, and timecard systems.