Mask/Face Covering Usage Policy
updates Effective Monday, June 22, 2020
To make every reasonable effort to ensure the safety and health of our staff, volunteers, and participants, The National Ability Center will follow CDC guidelines and recommendations for mask use. On August 26, Summit County Summit County refined its face-covering order stating that single-layer face coverings, especially those that can be seen through (such as buffs) and masks with two-way valves are not approved.
While on NAC property or engaged in NAC programs at partner locations, we require the use of a mask/face covering if you are within six feet (2 arms lengths) of another person and where it’s not possible to social distance. Mask/face covering is to be worn in common areas of NAC buildings where you may come in close contact of another person and in program settings where masks are required of participants. Masks are to cover both your nose and mouth. In an effort to limit person to person contact, it is recommended you provide your own mask/face covering. If you are unable to do so, a mask will be provided to you by the National Ability Center upon request. If you have a medical or other condition that prevents you from wearing a face covering, please contact our COVID-19 Workplace Coordinator, Kristi Brangle at firstname.lastname@example.org or 435.940-1353 to discuss accommodations.
Reminder: cover your coughs and sneezes – masks don’t completely eliminate droplets from spreading, wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds, clean the areas/items you have touched.