At the BeetsThatBeat Natural Juice Company, we have an amazing commitment for the safety of our customers and team members and staff. While we deal with the vicious threat of the COVID-19 outbreak, we are putting extra measures in the proper places to help ensure the health and wellness of the BeetsThatBeat team members and all our customers.
We are closely monitoring the situation and following all the directions of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as the local health officials and local and state authorities.
Furthermore, We keep our team members and staff updated with the information regarding the best practices to keep themselves and their families and friends healthy, as well as providing extra sick and hazardous pay.
At the same time, we are taking the proper actions to protect the health of our customers and their families. And we are taking the following extra precautions such as:
1. We are Providing and Supplying our Kitchen Facility and Staff with Sanitizers and Cleaning Products.
2. We are providing Continuous Monitoring of our Cleaning practices and constantly Sanitizing our Entire Facility.
3. We are Training and Guiding our Team Members and Staff on the proper hygiene and prevention recommendations issued by the (CDC).
4. We are Monitoring and asking our Team Members and Staff to stay at home if they are feeling ill to help fight the spread.
5. We are Practicing 6ft. Social Distancing in the Kitchen and our Entire Facility.
6. But Most important we are making sure our Team Members, Staff and Customers feel and stay safe during these difficult and unprecedented times.
Click On The Following Highlighted Blue links Below To Be Redirected To The (CDC) Webpage:
Employees who have symptoms should notify their supervisor and stay home. CDC recommends testing for people with any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 and for all close contacts of persons with COVID-19. Employees who are sick with COVID-19 should isolate and follow CDC-recommended steps. Employees who are asymptomatic (have no symptoms) or pre-symptomatic (not yet showing symptoms) but have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 infection should also isolate and follow CDC-recommended steps. Employees should not return to work until the criteria to discontinue home isolation are met, in consultation with healthcare providers. Employees who are well but who have a sick household member with COVID-19 should notify their supervisor and follow CDC-recommended precautions. Employers are encouraged to implement flexible, non-punitive paid sick leave and supportive policies and practices as part of a comprehensive approach to prevent and reduce transmission among employees. Some employees may be eligible to take leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) external icon or the Families First Coronavirus Response Actexternal icon