Operating a business during COVID-19 can be tricky at times since so much has changed. If you are a business owner, we’ve compiled a list of 10 best practices to implement in order to keep your customers and employees safe.
1. Limit the capacity of customers per local should be reduced to ensure adequate social distancing.
2. Install handwashing & sanitizing stations for customers and employees. Include tissues, hand sanitizer, and wipes
3. Install physical barriers at cash registers
4. Increase ventilation in your working space or business
5. Install stickers to indicate traffic flow and encourages social distancing
6. Use contactless payments and avoid touching your face when handling paper money
7. Have facemasks available for customers who do not carry one with them
8. Monitor temperatures from employees and customers upon entering
9. Constantly disinfect frequently touched objects and spaces
10. Designate an employee on each shift to monitor COVID concerns
These are only a few things that you can do to reduce risk and ensure the health of your staff and customers.
Follow current CDC guidelines such as frequent sanitization of common spaces, hand washing, the use of face masks, and social distancing when possible.
Other Helpful Resources:
Additional COVID Guidelines
U.S Chamber COVID Playbook