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COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS

By Kyle McKenzie | Jun 20, 2020 | Uncategorized

COVID-19 Safety Measures

Group Size?

All tours have been capped at a maximum of 10 guests. If you are a party larger than 10 and are from the same household we can run a larger tour.

Distancing – All kayaks are set up prior to the tour. Each kayak has been placed at a minimum of 6 feet from the other. Guests are encouraged and reminded throughout the tour to maintain a minimum of 6 feet from one another.

Measures to Increase Sanitization

Kayaks and paddles are sanitized at the beginning of each day and between tours. We are using an ammonia-based solution approved by the FDA.?

PFD?s, also known as life jackets are sanitized by submerging them into an ammonia-based solution, proven to kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. Each PFD is stored in the sun for maximum sun exposure.

Hand sanitizer is available to the public and employees at our launch location

Employees have been assigned to clean/disinfect all high-contact surfaces frequently

Measures to Prevent Unnecessary Contact

Our kayak paddles are 7.5 feet in length. This provides a great tool to demonstrate appropriate distancing throughout the tour. You guide will encourage the use of distancing through the paddle swing?

Measures to protect Employees and Guests

All employees have been instructed not to come to work if sick (including any of the following; headache, sore throat. Fever (>100.4F), dry cough, recent inability to taste and smell, shortness of breath, earaches, body aches, diarrhea fatigue vomiting, and abdominal pain). If an employee does have any of these symptoms, we will ask the employee to get tested for COVID-19 infection. If the test results:

  1. Are positive, the employee will be deluded from working for 10 days after symptom onset or 72 hours after fever ends (without fever-reducing medicines) and other symptoms are improving, whichever of these is longer.
  2. If the test results are negative, the employee will be excluded from working until 72 hours after fever ends (without fever-reducing medicines) and other symptoms are improving.
  3. If testing is not completed, the employee will be excluded from working for 10 days after symptoms onset OR 72 hours after fever ends (without fever-reducing medicines) and other symptoms are improving, whatever of these is longer

Symptom checks are being conducted before employees may enter the worksite

Face? coverings are provided to guests and employees. We do not utilize any indoor spaces at this time

Guests will receive full refunds and are not able to participate?

If they are experiencing any symptoms including any of the following; headache, sore throat. Fever (>100.4F), dry cough, recent inability to taste and smell, shortness of breath, earaches, body aches, diarrhea fatigue vomiting, and abdominal pain).

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