ALL EMPLOYEES: 1. Masks are recommended during high-risk situations. a. When interacting in-person with any member of the public b. Working in any space visited by members of the public, regardless of whether anyone from the public is present at the time EXEMPTIONS INCLUDE *Persons with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering. This includes persons with a medical condition for whom wearing a face covering could obstruct breathing or who are unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance. *Persons who are hearing impaired, or communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication. *Persons for whom wearing a face covering would create a risk to the person related to their work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines. *Persons who are engaged in outdoor work or recreation such as swimming, walking, hiking, bicycling, or running, when alone or with household members, and when they are able to maintain a distance of at least 6' from others. 2. Frequent Handwashing 3. Follow CDC Regulations Regarding 'If an employee is feeling sick...'
ALL GUESTS: 1. Masks are not required when waiting in line for check-in, beach registration, restrooms, general store, etc. Masks are not required for in office registration and/or shopping in general store. 2. Masks are optional while outdoors in public spaces when maintaining a physical distance of 6' from persons who are not members of the same household or residence is not feasible. EXEMPTIONS INCLUDE *Persons with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering. This includes persons with a medical condition for whom wearing a face covering could obstruct breathing or who are unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance. *Persons who are hearing impaired, or communicating with a person who is hearing impaired, where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication. *Persons for whom wearing a face covering would create a risk to the person related to their work, as determined by local, state, or federal regulators or workplace safety guidelines. *Persons who are engaged in outdoor work or recreation such as swimming, walking, hiking, bicycling, or running, when alone or with household members, and when they are able to maintain a distance of at least 6' from others. 4. Frequent Handwashing 5. CDC Regulations to Follow: Stay home if you are feeling sick OR if you have symptoms (i.e., fever, cough, or shortness of breath). If cancellation within 30-days of arrival, a doctor's note is to be provided to management to issue a raincheck.
JANITORIAL PLAN AND SCHEDULE
OFFICE/STORE (TO BE CLEANED BY OFFICE STAFF): 1. Clean and disinfect high touch common areas including grab bars at office entrance, interior and exterior door knobs, registration table, countertop etc. to be completed every 4 hours. End of day wipe down all electronics including keyboards, printers, phones, credit card machines, desk space, etc. 2. Sharing telephones is not recommended. 3. Guest Registration a. Promo pens are to be used when filling out guest registration form. Collect used pens in bin, wipe with alcohol swab at end of the day, and leave out to dry before putting back at the registration table. b. Use of CC machine by guest: If CC machine is passed to another employee or guest, wipe down after use.
CAMPSITES (TO BE CLEANED BY MAINTENANCE/SECURITY STAFF): 1. Clean water spigot, electrical box cover, and sewer cap after guest check out.
COMMON AREAS (TO BE CLEANED BY MAINTENANCE/SECURITY STAFF): 1. Clean and disinfect ice machine (door handles), air compressor station (knob and handle) every 4 hours during maintenance operating hours. 2. Clean and disinfect restrooms, porta potties, and handwashing station every 4 hours during maintenance operating hours. *Including door knobs (handles), shower knobs, faucet handles, toilet handles, etc. in addition to usual janitorial cleaning protocol. 3. Clean and disinfect laundry room and dump station daily
EQUIPMENT RENTALS (TO BE CLEANED BY MAINTENANCE/SECURITY STAFF): 1. EZUps: Clean all metal surfaces including EZUp, chair and table legs, clean tabletop, clean the chairs with soap and water, and set in the sun to dry.
RV RENTALS (TO BE CLEANED BY MAINTENANCE/SECURITY STAFF): Usual Cleaning Protocol. COMMON AREA PLAN *POSTINGS: CDC guidelines of cleaning protocol, local health department messaging, CDC messaging
OFFICE: 1. Contact Free Guest Registration through window a. Guest to register at check in window b. Guest to fill out registration form 1. Online - Fill Out, print and hand from to office personnel (Preferred Method) 2. In Person - Fill out and hand form to office personnel. c. Office personnel to register guest and receive payment d. Office personnel to provide guest with a packet including the following: Check in Flyer, Car Pass(es), and Wristband(s). e. Additional person(s) waiting to register are asked to stand a comfortable distance from other guests until the previous guest(s) have completed registration.
STORE: 1. Limited Contact Ordering with Delivery to Site (Including Equipment Rentals): Guest to call order in to the office or bring to ‘check in' window, office staff to collect items, ring up order, complete payment and deliver items to customer at office door or to the guest's site. 2. In Store Shopping, Purchases, and Equipment Rentals: No more than #6 guests in the office at any one time, additional guests(s) waiting for use of store are to stand a comfortable distance from other guests. Guest(s) may shop and bring items up to the counter for purchase. We ask only #2 groups in the office at any one time
RESTROOMS: 1. SINGLE a. The single restrooms are ‘single occupancy'. One user (or parent with child/children) at a time. Additional guest(s) waiting for use of restroom are to stand a comfortable distance from other guests. b. Single Restroom Hours: Posted
2. DOUBLE a. Double Restrooms will have an occupancy of #2 at a time except in the case of a parent and child. At no time should there be more than 2 adults and 2 children in the double restroom. Additional guest(s) waiting for use of restroom are to stand a comfortable distance from other guests. b. Double Restroom Hours: Posted
LAUNDRY: 1. Since the laundry room is designed for #2 users at a time, there are no additional rules or guidelines necessary.
DUMP STATION: 1. Since the dump station is designed for #1 user at a time, there are no additional rules or guidelines necessary.
PORTA POTTIES: 1. Each Porta Pottie is ‘single occupancy'. One user (or parent with child/children) at a time. 2. Additional guest(s) waiting for use of the porta potties are to stand a comfortable distance from other guests.
HANDWASHING STATION: 1. The handwashing station is ‘single occupancy'. One user (or parent with child/children) at a time. 2. Additional persons waiting for use of the handwashing station are to stand a comfortable distance from other guests.
AIR COMPRESSOR STATION: 1. The air compressor station is designed for #1 user at a time. One user (or parent with child or children) at a time. 2. Additional guest(s) waiting for use of the air compressor station are to stand a comfortable distance from other guests.
BEACH: 1. Beach Cabana Section a. Rent a Cabana from Camp Kernville (see your agreement for more information) b. Personal EZup Sites: You may erect your EZups in the designated area. 1. First-Come, First-Served 2. You may erect your EZup after 7am. All EZups must be taken down prior to 8pm. 2. Swimming beach is located on the north side of the Camp Kernville beach sign. You may bring chairs and towels. EZups are not allowed in this section.
RESTROOMS-PORTA POTTIES-HANDWASHING STATION-LAUNDRY ROOM-AIR COMPRESSOR STATION-OFFICE-GENERAL GROUNDS 1. Guests are to obey the posted regulations regarding occupancy and wait lines.
CDC GUIDELINES FOR CLEANING AND DISINFECTING CLEAN: 1. Wear disposable gloves to clean and disinfect. 2. Clean surfaces using soap and water, then use disinfectant. 3. Cleaning with soap and water reduces number of germs, dirt and impurities on the surface. Disinfecting kills germs on surfaces. 4. Practice routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces. a. More frequent cleaning and disinfection may be required based on level of use. b. Surfaces and objects in public places, such as shopping cards and point of sale keypads should be cleaned and disinfected before each use. 5. High touch surfaces include: a. Desks, doorknobs, light switches, countertops, handles, phones, keyboards, showers, toilets, faucets, sinks, ice handle doors, air compressor station handles and knobs, equipment keys, seats, and dashboards, etc.
DISINFECT: 1. Recommend use of EPA registered household disinfectant. Follow the instructions on the label to ensure sage and effective use of the product. Many products recommend: a. Keeping surface wet for a period of time (see product label) b. Precautions such as wearing gloves and making sure you have good ventilation during use of the product. 2. Diluted household bleach solutions may also be used if appropriate for the surface. a. Check the label to see if your bleach is intended for disinfection, and ensure the product is not past its expiration date. Some bleaches, such as those designed for safe use on colored clothing or for whitening may not be suitable for disinfection. b. Unexpired household bleach will be effective against coronaviruses when properly diluted. Follow manufacturer's instructions for application and proper ventilation. Never mix household bleach with ammonia or any other cleaner. Leave solution on the surface for at least 1 minutes. c. To make a bleach solution, mix: 1. 5 Tbsp (1/3 cup) bleach per gallon of water OR 2. 4 tsp bleach per quart of water 3. Bleach solutions will be effective for disinfection up to 24 hours 4. Alcohol solutions with at least 70% alcohol may also be used.
SOFT SURFACES (including carpeted floor, rugs, drapes, etc.) 1. Clean the surface using soap and water or with cleaners appropriate for use on these surfaces. 2. Launder items (it possible) according to the manufacturer's instructions. Use the warmest appropriate water setting and dry items completely. OR 3. Disinfect with an EPA-registered household disinfectant
ELECTRONIC SURFACES (including tablets, touch screens, keyboards, remote controls, credit card machines, etc.) 1. Consider putting a wipeable cover on electronics 2. Follow manufacturer's instruction for cleaning and disinfecting a. If no guidance, use alcohol-based wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol. Dry surface thoroughly.
LAUNDRY (clothing, linens, etc.) 1. Launder items according to the manufacturer's instructions. Use the warmest appropriate water setting and dry items completely. 2. Wear disposable gloves when handling dirty laundry from a person who is sick. 3. Dirty laundry from a person who is sick can be washed with other people's items. 4. Do not shake dirty laundry 5. Clean and disinfect clothes hampers according to guidance above for surfaces. 6. Remove gloves, and wash hands right away.
CLEANING AND DISINFECTING OUTDOOR AREAS 1. Outdoor areas, like playgrounds in schools and parks generally require normal routine cleaning, but do not require disinfection a. Do not spray disinfectant on outdoor playgrounds – it is not an efficient use of supplies and is not proven to reduce risk of COVID-19 to the public. b. High touch surfaces made of plastic or metal, such as grab bars and railings should be cleaned routinely. c. Cleaning and disinfection of wooden surfaces (play structures, benches, table) or groundcovers (mulch, sand) is not recommended. 2. Sidewalks and roads should not be disinfected. a. Spread of COVID-19 from these surfaces is very low and disinfection is not effective.
WHEN CLEANING 1. Regular cleaning staff can clean and disinfect community spaces. a. Ensure they are trained on appropriate use of cleaning and disinfection chemicals. 2. Wear disposable gloves and gowns for all tasks in the cleaning process, including handling trash. a. Additional personal protective equipment (PPE) might be required based on the cleaning/disinfectant products being used and whether there is a risk of splash. b. Gloves and gowns should be removed carefully to avoid contamination of the wearer and the surrounding area. 3. Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds. a. Always wash immediately after removing gloves and after contact with a person who is sick. b. Hand sanitizer: If soap and water are not available and hands are not visibly dirty, an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol may be used. However, if hands are visibly dirty, always wash hands with soap and water. 4. Additional key times to wash hands include: a. After blowing one's nose, coughing, or sneezing. b. After using the restroom. c. Before eating or preparing food. d. After contact with animals or pets. e. Before and after providing routine care for another person who needs assistance (e.g. a child).
ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR EMPLOYERS 1. Educate workers performing cleaning, laundry, and trash pick up to recognize the symptoms of COVID-19. 2. Provide instructions on what to do if they develop symptoms within 14 days after their last possible exposure to the virus. 3. Develop policies for worker protection and provide training to al cleaning staff on site prior to providing cleaning tasks. a. Training should include when to use PPE< what PPE is necessary, how to properly put on, use, and take off PPE, and how to properly dispose of PPE 4. Ensure workers are trained on the hazards of the cleaning chemicals used in the workplace in accordance with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard 5. Comply with OSHA's standards on Bloodborne Pathogens, including proper disposal of regulated waste, and PPE ALTERNATIVE DISINFECTION METHODS 1. The efficacy of alternative disinfection methods, such as ultrasonic waves, high intensity UV radiation, and LED blue light against COVID-19 virus is not known 2. CDC doesn't not recommend the use of sanitizing tunnels. There is not evidence that they are effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19. Chemicals used in sanitizing tunnels could cause skin, eye, or respiratory irritation or damage. 3. CDC only recommends use of the surface disinfectants identified on List N against the virus that causes COVID-19 CLEANING AND DISINFECTING YOUR BUILDING OR FACILITY IF SOMEONE IS SICK 1. Close off areas used by the person who is sick. a. Companies do not necessarily need to close operations, if they can close off affected areas. 2. Open outside doors and windows to increase air circulation in the area. 3. Wait 24 hours before you clean or disinfect. If 24 hours is not feasible, wait as long as possible. 4. Clean and disinfect all areas used by the person who is sick, such as offices, bathrooms, common areas, shared electronic equipment like tablets, touch screens, keyboards, remote controls, credit card machines, etc. 5. Once area has been appropriately disinfected, it can be opened for use. a. Workers without close contact with the person who is sick can return to work immediately after disinfection 6. If more than 7 days since the person who is sick visited or used the facility, additional cleaning and disinfection is not necessary. a. Continue routine cleaning and disinfection. This includes everyday practices that businesses and communities normally use to maintain a healthy environment. *This document and its contents are subject to modification depending upon changing rules and restrictions set forth by the Kern County Health Department, CDC, State and Federal Government regulations. CDC: How to Protect Yourself and Others - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html CDC: Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/disinfecting-building-facility.html