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Be A Shield: How We Are Re-Opening

June 02, 2020
Be A Shield: How We Are Re-Opening

As we embark on our new normal, the Kroc Center has placed new guidelines in effect for our visitors and our staff as we begin our soft re-opening. Our programming will be returning with a few classes very soon, including yoga, zumba, and sign language. More details will be provided on these very soon, in the meantime, take a look at our new codes of conduct for both guests as well as our staff that are in place to "Be A Shield" to our community in Ashland County. 

GUEST CODE OF CONDUCT

Entry

All guests and visitors must go through each station before fully entering the facility:

  • Hand Sanitizing
  • Reception and Entry

Guests must conduct self-assessment and not enter the facility if they are exhibiting symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19. 

Guests should bring their own mats, bands, balls and/or equipment, when appropriate.

No food or drink can be taken in by members unless otherwise permitted.       (Water bottles that are already filled are permitted.)

Check-in upon arrival at facility.

Guests will be asked health screening questions at check-in and may be subject to temperature checks.

Beyond Check-in

All guests and visitors must wear a cloth or disposable facemask (may be removed during physical activity/exercise)

All guests must clean equipment before and after each use

All guests must wash hands per posted CDC guidelines

No showers are permitted at this time

No contact of any physical kind is permitted, except when safety requires “spotting”.

All guests and visitors must maintain 6-feet of distance at all times

When participating in class training, do not arrive more than 10 minutes prior to class.

No socializing or extra-curricular activities.

Guests should notify a staff member if symptoms develop while at the Kroc Center.

 Exit

Guests are highly encouraged to follow CDC guidelines outside of the facility

to mitigate risk of transmission.

 Guests must take home workout clothes and equipment/supplies in a closed bag.

 

STAFF CODE OF CONDUCT

Entry

All staff must go through each station before fully entering the facility:

  • Hand Sanitizing
  • Temperature and Health Screening
  • Clock-in/ Check-in

 Beyond Entry

All staff must wear a cloth or disposable facemask

All staff must clean shared workspaces and equipment before and after each use

All staff must wash hands per posted CDC guidelines

No showers are permitted at this time

No Direct Contact of any physical kind is permitted, except in case of an emergency

All staff must maintain 6-feet of distance at all times

Staff are responsible for following and ensuring guests follow the code of conduct

Notify supervisor if developing symptoms while at the Kroc Center

 Exit

Clock-out/ check out

 Staff are highly encouraged to follow CDC guidelines outside of the facility

to mitigate risk of transmission.

Staff must immediately report potential known contact with the virus.

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THE SALVATION ARMY RAY & JOAN KROC CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER

527 East Liberty Street
Ashland, Ohio 44805

Phone: (419) 281-8001
Food Pantry: (419) 282-4223

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Operating Hours

Facility Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30AM-8PM
Sunday Worship: 10AM
Social Services: Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM
Food Pantry: Monday, 11AM-2PM;
Tuesday-Friday, 10AM-2PM

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