The proposition resembles Mesa County’s 5-Star program, which launched in the summer season. The 5-Star program prices organizations based on how well they comply with COVID-19 safety and security standards.
On Wednesday, the Board of Douglas County Commissioners sent a letter to Gov. Jared Polis requesting for authorization to carry out a program comparable to Mesa County’s program.
If it is compatible with areas under Level Red restrictions on the state’s dial, CDPHE is evaluating several weeks of data from the 5-Star program to determine. Presently, areas in level Blue, Yellow and also Orange on the state’s dial are eligible for business accreditation.
In order to be licensed, organizations should supply a created strategy regarding just how they prepare to implement COVID-19 prevention standards. The certification requirements include:
- 100% mask using amongst team as well as customers
- Daily worker signs and symptom checks or screening
- Routine outreach to customers and employees to turn on Exposure Notifications
- Organizations need to videotape the name and also call number of clients for contact tracing
- Market specific needs:
- Dining establishments– table spacing is at least 10 feet, appointments are needed
- Gyms– reservations are required
- Individual solutions– reservations are required
Businesses previously pointed out for disobedience with a public wellness order are ineligible to be accredited. The state can suspend program if a region reaches greater than 90% of hospital capacity or documents Level Red metrics for more than a two-week period.
Business proprietors as well as members of the public can send comments concerning the program through an on the internet type. The due date to send remarks is Dec. 4. CDPHE strategies to introduce if the program is approved by Dec. 14.