All businesses reopening in Iowa must adhere to the guidelines stated in the latest COVID-19 proclamation from Governor Kim Reynolds. Guidelines include strict enforcement of social distancing rules, including arranging furniture and equipment to ensure customers and employees are six feet apart. In food service, this also means ensuring patrons are seated at all times.
Hygiene and public health measures as recommended by the Iowa Department of Health (IDPH) should also be followed, these include the use of face coverings, steady supply of sanitizers and disinfectants, and posting visible signage promoting protective measures. Additional IDPH recommendations include proper ventilation indoors, implementing staggered shifts, enhancing employee training and designating one employee per shift to monitor all safety protocols.
Opus has developed COVID training programs that comply with Iowa 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.
Iowa'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
🍔 Now free for local independent restaurants!