Employee Guidelines & Protocols
Every employee is required to perform a basic symptom check before they leave their house, if they present with symptoms similar to COVID-19 they are to alert their manager and not come in to work.
Employees' temperatures will be taken by a manager before they enter the worksite and be documented.
All employees who have contact with the public or other employees during their shifts are offered, at no cost, a cloth face covering. The covering is to be worn by the employee at all times during the workday when in contact or likely to come into contact with others.
Employees are to wear their face coverings over their nose and mouth, and must wash/sanitize or replace their face coverings daily.
Face shields are provided and worn by wait staff and other employees when servicing guests that have removed their cloth face covering to eat and drink. The face shield is to be worn in addition to the cloth face covering. Face shields are to be cleaned and disinfected per manufacturer’s directions.
Any employee moving items used by guests (used cups, plates, napkins, etc) or handling trash bags must use disposable gloves. (Employee must wash hands before putting gloves on and after removing them)
Employee Grooming Practices
Employees will be given adequate time to wash their hands. Frequent hand washing is to be done with soap and water, including scrubbing with soap for 20 seconds.
Hand sanitizer consisting of at least 60 % ethanol or 70% isopropanol is to be used when an employee cannot get to a sink or hand washing station.
All employees should clean hands often, including immediately after removing gloves and after contact with another person.
Employees are reminded to cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue. Used tissues should be thrown in the trash and hands are washed immediately with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
Employees should avoid touching their face.
Employees are prohibited from eating or drinking anywhere inside the food facility other than designated break areas.
Employees are required to avoid handshakes and similar greetings that break physical distance.
Employees should avoid touching others pens and clipboards.
Employees should not open the doors of guest’s cars or taxis.
All employees have an up to date food handlers card.
All employees must complete the ServSafe COVID-19 Reopening certification.
All employees must confirm they have not experienced COVID-19 CDC defined symptoms, including fever, cough, and shortness of breath, for 14 days prior to return.
All employees MUST get a COVID-19 test before we open for dine-in service and then every 14 days going forward. (Recommended 7 days)
Please Note: This is subject to change due to the constantly evolving protocols and requirements set forth for us by the city, county, and state.