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Our response to COVID-19

OnePlan’s Safety Policies & Procedures – Updated Apr. 1, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it many challenges and a change to the way we live, work, and interact with others. At OnePlan, we are here to help our member companies adapt to this new world.

In light of this, OnePlan has implemented policies and procedures to help ensure that our facility is safe for members, guests, and our staff. This is an evolving list that will continue to be updated based on recommendations by government and public health authorities.

We look forward to safely welcoming you at our facility.

Wellness screening

All members and guests are required to complete wellness screening prior to entering the facility.

Keep Distance

Behavioural signage

Strategically placed signage contains friendly reminders of the importance of physical distancing, hand hygiene, and advising people to stay home if they are feeling the slightest bit unwell.

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Physical Distancing

Reception desks have been outfitted with plexiglass shields and distancing markers to ensure safety for all personal interactions. Capacity in lounges and seating areas has been reduced, so that people can still work while maintaining a healthy distance from others.

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Increased sanitization

Enhanced protocols with more frequent cleaning and disinfecting of “high touchpoint” areas have been implemented, along with the provision of more sanitizer products. Washroom facilities feature touch-free faucets and visual reminders of proper hand washing techniques.

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Face coverings

In accordance with the City of Burlington by-law 62-2020, all OnePlan staff, members, and guests are required to wear face coverings when in common areas of the building. Signage at our main entrance, reception desks, and in kitchens provides reminders of this.

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Strict guest policy

Although we recommend that guests be limited, we recognize that they are necessary in some cases for our members to be able to conduct business. Guests must wear a face covering and members must keep records of their visitors for contact tracing purposes.

Our goal, as always, is to ensure that you as a member can come to work in a safe, professional, productive environment and focus on what you do best: growing your business.

We thank you for your patience as we navigate these uncharted waters.