Policies post and clearly communicated to Employees, Customers and/or Vendors

Illness reporting protocol in place and communicated to Employees at the location or scheduled to work.

Communication protocol and channels are in place

Sanitation protocols are up to date and communicated to each facility

Hand sanitizing and human contact/distancing protocols communicated for all relevant scenarios at location.


Adequate Social distancing signage and floor markings being used properly

There is 14-day supply of Sanitizing solution/disinfectant per facility

14-day supply of single-use absorbent towels.

PPE - Inventory of PPE and sanitization supplies updated daily and sent to Level 3 as part of closing checklist

On Hand, issued to employees by manager & (logged Daily including distribution quantity and recipient)

Face Covering (preferably with the Enterprise Logo)

Protective Gloves as needed

Hand sanitizer

Access to Soap, running water and single-use absorbent towels.

Sanitation and Cleaning Protocols

Facility sanitation protocols are posted in employee areas, are up to date and accessible

Sanitization responsibilities are scheduled and assigned to designated employees.

Self-Certification document on file for each returning employee prior to arrival including digital temp.
Pre-shift Employee Temperature Log is Completed and Signed

COVID-19 symptoms and prevention information is posted, up to date, and accessible to all employees in multiple languages/reading level is appropriate for audience.

Customer Contact Spaces

Self-sanitizing options, such as hand sanitizer and wipes, are available.

Self-service areas have proper hygiene equipment like gloves in place or have been eliminated

Proper Signage to direct customers upon arrival including in person protocols and expectations

Adequate queuing area including clearly visible 6ft separation designators and anti-congregating flow.

Employee areas and Shared equipment are properly sanitized

Phone Keypads and Handsets

Counters and Workstations (Computer Screens, Keyboards and Mouse)

Tablets and credit card readers

Tablet and Handheld device charging stations

General office equipment
• Printers
• Pens

Backrooms and separate office/workspaces

Keys & Key Boxes / Safes

Any paper logs or Clipboards

Breakroom tables




Alarm Panel

Public areas that are frequently touched are properly sanitized

 Door & appliance handles

 Display surfaces

 Counters & Tables

 Kiosk and any Self Check-out tools

 Chairs including adjustment levers

 Glass & Window covering adjustments

Any Self-Service Vending machine equipment


Door Handles

sink faucets & toilet handles

Towel Dispenser Handle or Activation knob

Soap Dispenser Push Plate

Baby Changing Station

Trash receptacle touch points

Cleaning Tools

Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.