post_img

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • choose EPA-approved cleaning chemicals with claims against emerging viral pathogens.
  • clean and disinfect high-touch areas that are accessible to customers, tenants, and other individuals.
  • use wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol to disinfect touch screens.
  • routinely clean and disinfect all surfaces, equipment, and other elements of the work environment.
  • ensure our cleaning staff understand and follow proper protocols for the cleaning of our space.
  • have our cleaning staff wear disposable gloves for all tasks in the cleaning process.
  • maintain pre-existing cleaning protocols established in the facility for all other areas of the building including outdoors.
  • have protocols for the careful removal of gloves, gowns, etc. to avoid contamination.
  • ensure that our gloves and gowns are compatible with our disinfectant processes.
  • wash our linens with the warmest appropriate water settings and dry items completely.
  • use wipeable covers for electronics.
  • are prepared to have our cleaning staff wear disposable gowns in a known/suspected occurrence.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have collected necessary employee contact information in advance.
  • have a policy about not coming to work ill and encourage employees to self-monitor for changes.
  • have a policy for employees to work from home.
  • offer the option and means to work from home in the event of an epidemic.
  • have provided sufficient and accessible masks for employees per state regulations.
  • have provided sufficient and accessible gloves for employees.
  • have instructed our staff in the proper use of gloves.
  • have provided sufficient and accessible coveralls for employees.
  • have signage to remind of handwashing procedures.
  • have signage to remind of daily disinfecting practices.
  • prohibit workers from using other workers’ phones, desks, offices, or other work equipment, when possible.
  • have enhanced communications and IT infrastructures as needed to support employee telecommuting.
  • have developed an IT security plan to include telework operations.
  • have established policies for alternative work hours - e.g. staggered shifts.
  • are ensuring that sick leave policies are flexible and consistent with State and Federal law.
  • have HR confidentially monitor and track epidemic-related worker health, and send home if symptomatic.
  • have a policy for employee absences due to family illness, quarantines, school closures.
  • provide employee assistance programs to help alleviate worker stress during an epidemic.
  • have policies for employee in-person contact with clients.
  • have an assigned employee disinfect carts and other customer-handled items after each handling.
  • designate time for high-risk individuals to access the workplace as appropriate when employee requested.
  • provide delivery or pick-up options and encourage online ordering.
  • modify business hours so that there is enough time to clean and restock.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have provided sufficient and accessible infection control supplies in all locations.
  • schedule handwashing breaks for employees, and require them to handwash after coughing/sneezing.
  • issue small bottles (under 3.4 oz.) of 50-70% alcohol hand sanitizer.
  • have a policy to maintain social distancing, staying six feet away from others.
  • require all employees to have temperature taken upon arrival and using state-provided screening checklists.
  • encourage respiratory etiquette, including covering coughs and sneezes.
  • provide customers and the public with tissues and no-touch trash receptacles.
  • have a policy for employees who have been exposed to epidemic influenza.
  • require employees to notify their supervisor if they are sick - and to stay at home.
  • have a designated space for people who become sick and cannot leave the workplace immediately.
  • have processes/practices minimizing virus transmission to more susceptible employees.
  • encourage and track annual influenza vaccination for employees.
  • evaluate employee access to and availability of healthcare services, and improve as needed.
  • ensure availability of medical consultation and advice for emergency response.
  • have visitors complete a COVID-19 symptoms form and decline services if they are symptomatic.
  • have installed automatic door openers where possible.
  • have installed sanitizing dispensers throughout our space.
  • have installed automatic light sensors where possible.
  • have installed automatic faucets in all sinks.
  • clean our air filters or/have installed a high-efficiency air filtration system.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • disseminate programs and materials covering epidemic fundamentals.
  • disseminate and post information to employees about the company's epidemic preparedness and response plan.
  • disseminate personal and family protection and response strategies.
  • disseminate information for the at-home care of ill employees and family members.
  • disseminate information and resources for obtaining counter-measures (e.g. vaccines and antivirals).
  • ensure that communications are culturally and linguistically appropriate.
  • have identified community sources for timely and accurate  epidemic information.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have a plan to space workers at least 6' apart or provide PPE or plexiglass barrier.
  • have a plan to keep customers 6' apart; installed physical barriers between employees and customers.
  • reduce or stagger work schedules.
  • limit the number of employees in common areas and enforce social distancing.
  • have guidelines to modify face-to-face contact between employees and customers.
  • meet online; and if a meeting must be conducted in person, limit number of attendees.
  • postpone nonessential meetings or instead use online meetings.
  • redesigned our work environment to minimize virus transmission.
  • limit checkout lanes to every other register and rotate every hour to allow for disinfection.
  • require customers & employees to wear masks; 'No mask, no entry' visibly posted.
  • limit occupancy as government mandated.
  • conduct business with the public by appointment only, when possible.
  • prevent large groups from entering or leaving the building at the same time.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have identified an epidemic coordinator and/or team.
  • have appointed a liaison to address requests or requirements from Federal, State, or local entities.
  • have created an emergency communications plan.
  • have a plan for worker absences (e.g., cross-training to cover essential tasks).
  • have identified essential employees, suppliers, contractors to remain operational during an epidemic.
  • ensured availability of medical consultation and advice for emergency response.
  • have a Pandemic Safety Officer to comply with orders and respond to stakeholder/government agency questions.
  • have platforms (like CleanRated) for communicating epidemic status and actions to all stakeholders.
  • have platforms for communicating epidemic status and actions to vendors, suppliers, and customers.
  • have alternative ways for employees to communicate if our network/email fails.
  • have a pandemic response plan and will revise it periodically.
  • have a plan for a sharp decrease in demand of our company during an epidemic.
  • have a plan for a sharp increase in demand of our company during an epidemic.
  • established a plan in case the business is exposed to a case of COVID-19-like disease.
  • know specifically who to call to collaborate with insurers and local healthcare organizations.
  • have a policy for workplace events that includes cancellation or postponement.
  • incorporate into our preparedness plan requirements for employees/customers with special needs.
  • have a communications plan to include traditional and social media.
  • assign an Epidemic Safety Officer to respond to employee and subcontractor questions regarding government requirements.
  • have a plan for employee epidemic exposure that includes building cleaning and notifying affected employees.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have a policy for making travel decisions for essential and nonessential business travel.
  • determine potential impact of epidemic-related travel (e.g. quarantines, border closures).
  • have policies for restricting travel to affected regions, especially high-risk employees.
  • advise employees to follow appropriate federal and state guidelines when traveling/returning.
  • avoid sending employees who may be at higher risk to areas where an epidemic is spreading.
  • give employees contact information and procedures to follow if they feel ill while traveling.
  • advise employees to comply with instructions from local authorities where they are traveling.
  • empower employees traveling to known infected areas with essential information.
  • share the latest CDC information where there is sustained transmission of a viral disease.
  • Hidden
  • Hidden
  • Positive comments are shared with the location manager and reviewed for possible inclusion here. Negative comments are not published, but are reviewed by CleanRated and the location manager. If the location is unable to remedy, this profile page may be appended or removed, at CleanRated’s discretion.

CleanRated provides a self-rating platform for its licensees. The information appearing on this page was provided by the licensee, and CleanRated has not verified such information. CleanRated assumes no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or sufficiency of such information. This sticker does not constitute a warranty or representation as to the condition of the property or the licensee's practices, and all such warranties are hereby disclaimed.

Call/Email

CleanRated is a trade name of CleanRated, LLC, a PA Limited Liability Company