The safety and health of our guests and staff remains a key Federation priority. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we will continually re-evaluate our procedures to do our part to best ensure the safety and well-being of our team.
Effective September 1, all visitors to the Asper Jewish Community Campus are required to wear a face covering to gain entry to the building, and it must remain on when in shared spaces.
We regret to inform you that at this time, no visitors will be permitted entry into our office space and all meetings will be conducted in a board/meeting room. Meetings will be by appointment only as meeting space must be arranged, and meeting space is limited.
All visitors will be required to complete an entry questionnaire and a temperature check to determine eligibility to enter a face-to-face meeting. Temperature checks will be conducted on all guests by a staff member who will be wearing a mask.
Once the questionnaire and temperature check are completed successfully, a guest may enter the meeting space following completion of hand hygiene protocol. Meeting rooms have been selected and prepared to allow social distancing. Hand sanitizer will be made available at the meeting.
If questionnaire and/or temperature check is completed and it is deemed a guest is unable to enter, the individual will be privately and compassionately informed as to the concern and will be encouraged to seek appropriate medical advice (from Health Links or their physician), and an alternate meeting date will be scheduled. Staff will ask for permission to contact the guest to follow up on their well being.
All high touch surfaces will be sanitized before and after each meeting, and staff will sanitize their hands before and after exchanging any paper documentation, etc. Shaking hands or bodily contact, such as hugging, is highly discouraged.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as we adapt our visitation practices to current circumstances, ensuring your safety and the safety of our team.