Suggested Protocol for Services


For Clients

Suggestions Include;

  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Stay home if you have come in contact with anyone that is sick
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a mask or cloth covering anytime you are in public
  • Do not touch your eyes, mouth, or nose
  • Do not bring guests with you to your appointment
  • Use touchless payment when possible
  • Use hand sanitizer and wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

For Service Providers

Suggestions Include;

  • Markers placed in front of Front Desk to support social distancing of consumers awaiting check-out
  • Ask clients to wait in their vehicles until appointment begins
  • Do not allow clients to bring guests to appointments
  • 6-foot distance between lobby chairs to support social distancing
  • Removed testers for retail products
  • Remove any candy, tip jars, and unnecessary items from common areas
  • Keep a temperature station by the office (thermometer and sanitizing wipes)
  • Assign an employee to be responsible for cleaning client rooms, chairs, or service areas between appointments daily
  • Leave doorways open to decrease door handle contact
  • No more than 2 team members in the breakroom at one time
  • Mark 6 feet from the sinks so social distancing is observed when waiting to wash hands
  • Require appointment only and no walk-ins
  • Provide UV sanitizer for masks, cell phone, and lotion bottle sanitation
  • Lockers assigned to service providers for their belongings
  • Assign a staff member, each open hour, to continually wipe down entrance/exit, bathroom, breakroom, and back of house doors and door handles, countertops, iPads, keyboards/mouse, and other frequently touched surfaces
  • Consider posting signs on how to stop the spread of COVID-19, properly wash hands, promote everyday protective measures, and properly wear a face covering

Please be advised that some or all of the information provided may not be applicable to some businesses. These are only recommended best practices, given by local businesses, to help in developing your own protocols. This is in no way an official order to any operating businesses. As COVID-19 circumstances continue to evolve, so will the recommendations and requirements.

As a result, our suggestions may not always include exact up to date information. We strongly advice that before implementing any suggested protocols, companies carefully evaluate and consult with their own legal counsel. Public health guidance cannot anticipate every unique situation. Individuals should stay informed and take actions based on common sense and wise judgment that will protect health and support economic revitalization.

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