Health and Safety Policy
Your health and safety is our top priority. Therefore as we follow the quickly developing environment around Coronavirus (COVID-19) we are implementing new policies to help us prevent the spread of the virus and limit the impact on our community. Thank you for reading this and supporting our efforts!
Following recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) we are implementing the following enhanced health and safety policies.
We are implementing enhanced cleaning procedures in our locations to protect our employees, members and guests.
Cleaning shared surfaces regularly with disinfectant and electrostatic spraying.
Providing hand sanitizer.
Asking our members and guests to help sanitize common surfaces that you have used.
Please follow these important guidelines about hygiene:
Wash your hands frequently and properly. A guide can be found here: www.who.int/gpsc/clean_hands_protection
Use your arm or sleeve when coughing or sneezing, not your hands, and use hand sanitizer regularly. Wash your hands. (It’s a theme.)
Please dispose of tissues immediately into waste bins and wash hands or use sanitizer any time you have used tissues. (There’s that hand-washing again!)
Refrain from touching your face. If you do, please wash your hands afterwards. (In case you forgot.)
We will not be allowing access to our shared kitchen.
If You Are Sick
For the safety of our space, we are asking any visitors or potential visitors who are displaying even mild flu-like symptoms, including fever, cough and cold to stay home. Please! Not only is this common courtesy, it will help you recover more quickly and keep your immune system strong. Please notify our staff if you are diagnosed with COVID-19 and have used our space in the past 30 days.
If you are showing any symptoms of illness we ask you to check with your healthcare provider. Please do not plan to return to work or visit our space until you’ve been cleared and are no longer sick.
We are strongly encouraging visitors or potential visitors to avoid congregating in our common spaces and can accommodate most guests who ask to work or meet in isolation. We have also instituted one way foot traffic through parts of our spaces where possible.
Thank you for putting the health and safety of our space occupants and local community first! We are closely following the recommendations by the WHO and CDC and will provide updates as needed. In the meantime, thank you for helping continue to keep our welcoming community healthy and safe!