COVID-19 Public Health & Safety Plan
What We’re Doing to Keep You Safe
FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES & WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED
1. It is encouraged that vehicles park with one car space in between to maintain safe 6ft physical distancing.
2. Wash hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Or use (at least) 60% alcohol based hand sanitizer often.
3. If you are feeling ill, showing any cold/flu like symptoms and/or have a temperature of 100.4 or more, do not attend the Home Show.
4. Always sneeze &/or cough into a tissue and immediately throw the tissue into the trash.
5. We suggest not taking any printed material, rather, offer the vendor your email address to receive their information electronically.
6. We recommend not taking any swag, gifts or goodies from any booth space. If you must, it is encouraged that you sanitize the gift and wear gloves.
7. It is recommended that you use your own pen to fill out any lead forms. If the estimate/lead form is digital (example: tablet or computer) we suggest that you verbally give your information to the vendor so they may input your information.
8. Consider wearing gloves.
9. Handshakes, high fives, embrace, etc. is prohibited.
10. Never touch your face.
11. Be mindful of everyone’s personal space. Practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet.
12. If gloves are not worn, use (at least) 60% alcohol based hand sanitizer often and/or wash your hands with soap and water frequently.
13. If you are at a higher risk of developing severe illness from COVID-19 or are an individual in contact with higher-risk patients (e.g. residents in same household, long term care facility employees etc.) do not attend the Home Show.
14. If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 21 days, or has exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 within 21 days of the event, do NOT attend the Home Show.
There will be enhanced and thorough cleaning and sanitization of the venue common areas including restrooms and box offices.
The above guidance is being given in consideration of the WHO, CA health & government officials and CDC guidelines set forth for large events and mass gatherings.