Look it over and check 'em off!
Download a Business Compliance Checklist if you are open or re-opening.
Packet includes the business protocol checklist and signs to print and post.
Stanislaus county guidelines for business
Essential/Open Businesses must follow specific guidelines to ensure the safety and health of all customers and employees. All businesses will put into action their business protocol and provide evidence of the completion of changes made to any authority enforcing this order. The protocol must explain how the business is achieving the following Stanislaus County Public Health Order:
• Limit the number of people who can enter the business at a time. People must maintain a minimum of a 6-foot distance from one another at all times.
• Where lines may form at facility, marking 6-foot increments at a minimum, establishing where individuals should stand and maintain adequate social distance.
• Providing soap and water, hand sanitizer, or effective disinfectant at or near the entrance of the facility and in other areas for use by customers and employees, and in location where there is high-frequency employee interaction with members of the public such as checkout.
• Provide payment transaction that require no contact, if not available provide disinfecting of all portals, pens and styluses after each use.
• Regularly disinfecting other high-touch surfaces.
• Posting a sign at the entrance of the facility informing all employees and customers that they should not enter if they have a cough or fever, should stay at least 6 feet away from other, should cough or sneeze into their sleeve, should not shake hands, and should not engage in any unnecessary physical contact.
For a customizable flyer guaranteeing your customers that you are following the safe and health guidelines from CDC click here.
California's pandemic roadmap
Governor Newsom's Roadmap to Reopening
Governor Newsom's guide to California gradually opening some lower risk workplaces with adaptations
California COVID-19 Update
Californians have been staying home and saving lives since the start of our statewide stay-at-home order issued on March 19, 2020. These efforts have allowed the state to move forward on our roadmap for modifying the statewide order.
California Public Health Metrics Report Card