COVID-19 Resources

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The Guide to Workplace Safety

1. Wear a mask

Masks should be worn at all times, with the addition of staying at least 6 feet apart. 

  • Be sure to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer before putting on your mask

  • Wear your mask over your nose and secure it below your chin

  • If someone in your household has been infected, be sure to take all the proper

      precautions including wearing a mask to avoid spread to others

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2. Stay 6 feet away from others 

Be sure to put 6 feet of distance between yourself and those that do not live in your household.

  • Do not forget, people who do not present symptoms can still spread the virus

  • Keeping your distance is very important for people who are at higher risk of getting sick

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3. Get Vaccinated

Any COVID-19 vaccine authorized by your respective government can help protect you from the virus. You should get a vaccine when it becomes available to you. Once fully vaccinated, you may be able to do some things that were stopped by the pandemic.

4. Wash your hands often

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place, after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.

Develop a Workplace Safety Plan

It is the responsibility of the employer to take every precaution to protect their workers. Businesses and employers can play a key role in preventing and slowing the spread of COVID-19. Their preparedness, response and control plans should take into account workplace factors like social distancing, staggering employee shifts, the degree to which employees interact with the public, the feasibility of remote work/work from home, employees who are at increased risk of illness, policies regarding sick leave and should also consider the level of COVID transmission in their community.

Employers should implement a variety of measures to control potential exposure COVID-19.

Examples include:

  • screening

  • physical distancing and barriers

  • good ventilation

  • frequent cleaning and disinfection of surfaces

  • source control masking

  • personal protective equipment

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Workplace Screening

Every workplace should have a proper screening system in check when 

returning to the office. Screening is very important when it comes to your

employees. You must ensure your employees are being screened every

day, and if possible have employees do two rapid COVID-19 antigen tests

every week to stay as safe as possible.

Your workplace screening should cover the following topics:

 

  1. Have you experienced any of the below-mentioned symptoms in the past 24 hours, not related to another known condition or allergy for which you have been diagnosed or treated:

    • Fever >/= 100.4F (38C) / Chills

    • Shortness of Breath / Difficulty breathing

    • Headache

    • Cough/Sore Throat

    • Loss of Taste or Smell

    • Fatigue, Muscle, or Body Aches

    • Congestion or Runny Nose

    • Nausea or Vomiting/Diarrhea

    • If you have experienced symptoms, has it been less than 10 days since the symptoms first appeared?

    • Within the last 10 days, have you tested positive for COVID-19?

    • Within the last 14 days, have you had close (direct) contact* with a confirmed positive COVID-19 individual?

  2. *Close (direct) contact is defined as being within 6 feet of a COVID-19-infected person for a cumulative total of 15 or more minutes over a 24-hour period starting from 48 hours before illness/symptom onset (or, for asymptomatic patients, 48 hours prior to the positive test being performed). The use of physical barriers (such as a plexi-barrier) is equivalent to 6-foot social distancing.
    What counts as close contact?

    • You were within 6 feet of someone who has COVID-19 for a total of 15 or more minutes within any 24-hour period

    • You provided care at home to someone who is infected with COVID-19

    • You had direct physical contact with the COVID-19 positive person (hugged or kissed them)

    • You shared eating or drinking utensils with a COVID-19 positive person

    • A COVID-19 positive person sneezed, coughed, or somehow got respiratory droplets on you

If you answer “YES” to ANY of the questions, DO NOT ENTER THE FACILITY.

I, {firstname} {lastname}, hereby declare to have answered “NO” to all these COVID-19 health check questions.

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Contact Tracing

In the event of an outbreak, you need to be prepared to take the appropriate subsequent steps immediately and expeditiously. You must integrate a contact tracing system in which every single entrant of your building has left a reliable contact point so they can be notified that they could have potentially been in contact with a person that has the virus.

 

Government health officials require and depend on this as one of the most effective means to control the spread of the virus. 

 

What we recommend is a digital contact tracing solution, one that allows you to go back to a specific day in just a matter of clicks and access a full list of ready-to-contact patrons immediately. ZAP IN is an extremely effective contact tracing solution. It resolves both the issues of sharing pens/pencils and requiring an employee to be present, as it is fully self serving.  

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ZAP IN's General Tips & Best Practices

Helpful tips to keep in mind:

  • Work from home if you can 

  • Wash your hands as often as possible (and thoroughly) 

  • Be mindful of where you use your hands in public spaces

  • For high traffic zones, ensure that increased PPE supplies and increased cleaning measures are in place 

  • Adjust social customs, i.e. handshakes and hugs

  • Minimize visits with high-risk individuals 

  • Modify internal activities to promote adherence to physical distancing measures

  • Review break-time schedules to ensure that the break rooms or common areas have minimal traffic during shifts

  • Emergency Care personnel (police, EMS, etc...) do not require screening - they all are screened at the start of their shift

  • Retain a low threshold for testing - as soon as somebody shows one related symptom - test them, do not wait

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- The ZAP IN Team

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