COVID Safety

Updated on 04/19/2021 at 12:51PM CST.

PPE Shields at Events

Guest Safety in a COVID-era World

The safety and well being of our guests has always been the number one objective and part of the mission statement for B&B Beverage Management.

Events provide an atmosphere for close contact, fellowship, and celebration.  State health and safety regulations allow events to be conducted in a safe and responsible manner, keeping the well being of those attending a top priority.

As events and gatherings begin to happen in the COVID-era, B&B is taking extra precautions as recommended by State Health Departments and the Center for Disease Control to further protect our guests and staff.

Health Screening

Completing a health screening prior to accepting work shifts and on the day of the event not only protects our guests, but also raises awareness amongst our staff and helps them to be more concientious of both their personal health and the health of our guests.

  • All Staff are required to complete a health screening questionnaire prior to accepting shifts.
  • All staff are required to complete a secondary health screening questionnaire on the day of the event to determine if they are exhibiting symptoms as described by the CDC.
  • When possible, staff will have their temperature recorded before each event.

Health Screening Questionnaire:

  • Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19?
  • Are you experiencing a cough, shortness of breath, or a sore throat?
  • Have you had a fever in the last 48 hours?
  • Have you had a new loss of taste or smell?
  • Have you had vomiting or diarrhea in the last 24 hours?
Health Screening Questionnaire
PPE

PPE Safety

Personal Protective Equipment has proven to be a large contributing factor in reducing the spread of viruses, like COVID-19.  Masks, shields, and gloves will be used regularly for events.

  • Staff are encouraged to wear a mask during all phases of work including setup, execution, and breakdown of indoor events in states/municipalities where restrictions have been lifted. In states/municipalities where restrictions still require masks, staff will be required to wear masks.
  • Staff are encouraged to wear a mask during service of outdoor events in states/municipalities where restrictions have been lifted. In states/municipalities where restrictions still require masks, staff will be required to wear masks. If staff are able to maintain a safe social distance while outdoors, masks are not required during setup and breakdown.
  • Protective shields are not required but are available to rent by the event host.
  • Hand washing and the frequency of sanitizing will be increased throughout the duration of the event.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available to staff and guests located at the bar at all events.

Contactless

B&B is taking the proper precautions to minimize contact and properly maintain a safe social distance between staff and guests.

  • No more than one bartender and one register will be permitted within 3-feet of one another per station.
  • Venues are encouraged to place markings on the floor at register locations to maintain spacing recommendations for guests.
  • Cashless transactions are encouraged.
Social Distancing at Events
Sanitizing at Events

Sanitized

Sanitization has always been a regulated and important portion of the food and beverage industry.  B&B is increasing the frequency in which we sanitize areas throughout events to further provide a safe environment for guests and staff.

  • Prep and service areas will be sanitized frequently.
  • Registers will be sanitized frequently.
  • Areas that guests and staff come in contact with will be frequently sanitized.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available at all service stations.

What Can YOU Do?

We ALL have a responsibility to follow public health authority guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19. By partnering together, we can keep everyone safe.

Guests are asked to help protect staff and other guests by following the guidelines presented by state health officials and the CDC.

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