Orderly Outcome Team - COVID-19 Protocol for On-Site Services
It is a priority that the health and safety of our team and clients are forefront in the processes we use during our sessions together. For the prevention and containment of COVID-19, the following guideline are set forth as minimum standards of safety. It is understandable that everyone has their personal standard of safety, yet while on an Orderly Outcome job site the following standards will be adhered to.
If you are not feeling well for any reason or if you or anyone in your household exhibit any COVID-19 symptoms (see list below) or are currently sick, please remain home.
If you knowingly or suspect you have come in contact with a person infected with COVID-19, please remain home.
If you develop COVID-19 symptoms while on the job, immediately remove yourself and notify Orderly Outcome from outside the work site.
You will be asked to sanitize hands upon entering the job site and upon returning from all breaks.
Proper fitting PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) will be required at all times while working in a client’s space. Masks are required, gloves are optional. PPE may be removed during breaks taken outside and while maintaining proper distancing of 6 feet from others.
A designated bathroom will be assigned for use by the Orderly Outcome team. Masks must remain on. All bathroom and sanitation supplies will be provided.
Maintain a distance of 6 feet from all team members and clients at all times. In the event this distance is unavoidable, do so for a very short period of time.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or inside of the elbow. Discard tissue. Wash/disinfect hands.
Avoid sharing tools and equipment. If necessary, to do so, disinfect between and after use.
In the case of extreme risk due to a client’s exposure or a rise in local cases, jobs could be cancelled with very little notice to protect the health of our team, clients and the public in general. Orderly Outcome understands this could cause financial hardship in some cases and will make this determination thoughtfully and with safety as the determining factor.
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting