Under executive orders from David Ige, all businesses reopening in Hawaii must adhere to the guidelines of the current reopening phase and its corresponding Impact Level. Hawaii is now in the Kamaʻāina Economy phase (Phase 2) and at the Act With Care impact level. The only exception being Honolulu, which is currently at the Stay at Home impact level. Act With Care allows for all industries to operate with reduced indoor capacity guidelines, except for large venues and clubs which remain closed.
Act with Care business guidelines include limiting large gatherings and meetings in the workplace to 10 people, not requiring a doctor's note from sick employees, and conducting employee health screenings prior to each shift. Additionally, employee training on sanitation protocol is required, employers must designate a workplace coordinator to manage safety assessments, and buffets are banned.
Opus has developed COVID training programs that comply with Hawaii COVID requirements and OSHA safety guidelines. Opus's text-based training is accessible to your employees and enables you to promote a safe workplace for your staff and customers.
Hawaii's COVID requirements and guidelines vary by industry. The following protocols are required for all food services and essential services workers.
Managers invite employees to training via mobile. Employees sign up over text message or WhatsApp.
At the start of each workday, employees complete 3-minute micro-lessons.
$5 per employee billed monthly
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