Are you responsible for taking employees' temperatures? From Forward Virginia: Employees should also self-monitor their symptoms by self-taking of temperature to check for fever and utilizing the questions provided in the VDH Interim Guidance for COVID -19 Daily Screening of Employees before
from Virgina.gov All non-essential brick and mortar retail establishments Phase I: Establishments must either implement the following mandatory requirements or close. Businesses must strictly adhere to the physical distancing guidelines, enhanced cleaning and disinfection practices, and enhanced workplace safety practices
from Virgina.gov In addition to the requirements provided above, establishments are encouraged to utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible: Provide sanitizing stations for customers and staff throughout the store, particularly at entry and exit points.
Here are print materials from virginia.gov. These are designed for Brick & Mortar Retailers across Virginia. CDC Symptoms English Spanish CDC Symptoms CDC Printable Flyer English CDC Printable Flyer Spanish CDC Printable Flyer Chinese CDC Printable Flyer Korean CDC Printable
Henrico to Assist with Establishing Temporary Outdoor Dining Areas Download the Temporary Outdoor Dining Application Form HERE Download the Temporary Outdoor Dining FAQs HERE Download the Temporary Outdoor Dining Procedure for Approval HERE The Henrico Department of Planning, in collaboration
In an age where almost all businesses have become destination businesses, it can be hard to reach and attract new customers, and even retain those customers who’ve purchased from you previously. But there are little things, relatively easy things, that
Cameron K. Gallagher Mental Wellness Virtual Toolkit Online Workshop. In partnership with Yukon Learning, this resource helps students learn about stress, positive coping strategies, and an introduction to mindfulness. Click here: CKG Intro to Mental Wellness Digital Worksheet. This tool, Turn Down the Heat (attached