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COVID-19 EMPLOYEE TESTING POLICY

 


COVID-19 EMPLOYEE TESTING POLICY

To ensure the safety of all employees, their families and our community, Salem Solutions, LLC is enforcing measures designed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This policy applies to all employees, full-time and field staff. Company policies on social distancing and face covering remain in effect.

If you have any questions, please reach out by calling, emailing, or texting us at anytime. We thank you for your cooperation.

 

Temperature Checks

All employees entering our Clients premises will be subjected to temperature checks, conducted by a medical professional. Entry will not be permitted in case of a temperature of 100.4F or higher. Entry will also not be permitted in the case that an employee displays any other common symptoms of COVID-19.

In cases of high temperature or exhibiting symptoms, employees should return home, contact their health care provider and notify their direct supervisor. The identities of these individuals will be kept confidential.

If any employee is unable to receive temperature checks due to disability or religious belief, please contact our office immediately.

 

Returning to Work after COVID-19

Employees who return to work after a positive test for COVID-19 are required to show evidence of a subsequent negative test. This information must be submitted to Salem Solutions, LLC in order to be cleared to return to work.

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