(COVID-19) Health and Safety Precautions
To protect the health and safety of everyone at our venues and working with Shay Brown Events and Shay Brown Events Management Group, we are instituting the following guidelines.
We are closely monitoring the evolving concern with coronavirus (COVID-19). The SBE Staff is regularly reviewing World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updates and is implementing prevention and control procedures to keep or clients and employees safe.
These are the steps we are taking currently at the venues we manage; also, the protocol we require from all venues we work with for future events for our clients. Our staff is diligently wiping down surfaces on a regular basis, signs are posted throughout the venues and upon entering the venues encouraging people to wash their hands, pre and post-meeting or tours.
We will be updating as necessary, new information or precautions surrounding the virus and public health recommendations.
What does this mean for current Events and Tours?
We will be rescheduling all tours and planning meetings at this time till April 1, 2020. We want to ensure the safety of our staff, vendors, and families traveling. For all events, we will proceed as normal. We will not cancel events; however, we will take the necessary precautions for safety and certain measures will be instituted for all clients and vendors. We here to address any questions, please note we are not canceling events just taking precautions over the next few weeks for the safety of all. Should you wish to reschedule your event, we will work with you to do so; however, this will be at your request. If you wish to cancel your event, the contract policy and terms will apply to all events; your event insurance will need to be activated by you for reimbursement should you decide to cancel. We will follow the state and federal government policy.
We will be reaching out to all clients individually for discussion.
As with all respiratory illnesses, particularly during cold and flu season, you can take steps to reduce your risk of illness:
Stay home when you feel sick.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds.
Supplement hand washing by regularly using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Avoid close contact with people suffering from respiratory illness.
Cover your nose and mouth when you cough or sneeze using a tissue or your bent elbow.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
Get vaccinated against seasonal influenza.
Updated information on the illness and travel advice can be found on the CDC website.
Shay Brown, Owner
Shay Brown Events & Shay Brown Events Management