One of the most pressing concerns for workers returning to the office is staying healthy. Here’s what we’re doing to make sure our flex space keeps you safe.
It’s completely understandable to be concerned about viral infection in an office environment. Some precautions must be taken to minimize the possibility of spreading diseases.
Stay Home If You’re Sick
Anyone exibiting symptoms of illness or who is not feeling well is not permitted to enter the building.
We know you have to get work done, but please stay home to work if you think you might be ill.
Hand Sanitizer Everywhere
We provide hand sanitizer at every touch point in our office. Making sure there’s plenty of sani-stations to clean your hands is one of the easiest ways to decrease the spread of germs.
Members are encouraged to use hand sanitizer before and after touching all public surfaces like door handles and shared workspaces.
Touchless Water Faucet
Frequently washing your hands is one of the best ways to keep yourself safe from infectious diseases. And we know that sanitizer doesn’t replace the need to clean with soap and water.
Our bathroom and kitchen faucets are equipped with touchless on/off features so you don’t have worry about dirty fingers when you’re washing your hands.
Wipe Down After Use
Members are encouraged to wipe down surfaces with provided sanitizing wipes after using meeting rooms or the community area.
Wipes are also provided for part-time private desk users, and we appreciate your participation in helping keep work surfaces clean for the next user.
Our desk spaces are semi-enclosed so you won’t be facing any other members or directly sharing space. This provides you not only the privacy you need, but minimizes the risk of aerosolized spread of germs.
Members are discouraged from shaking hands, hugging, and other forms of physical contact. In meeting rooms, please wear masks if you can’t maintain 6 feet of separation.
Your Health Is Your Responsibility
Even though the topic of public health has risen to the spotlight in 2020, the fact is infectious germs have always been circulating in communities.
Hand washing, staying home when you’re sick, and maintaining a clean environment have always been recommended to prevent the spread of viruses.
When you use our workspaces, you accept responsibility for your own health. If you’re afraid, please stay home.
Under Georgia law, there is no liability for an injury or death of an individual entering our premises if such results from the inherent risks of contracting COVID-19. You are assuming this risk by entering our premises.