Safety Precautions in the Age of Covid

October 14, 2020

At The Safety Consortium, we are continuing in-class learning with smaller class sizes. Starting this fall, we will begin transitioning to Zoom courses to accommodate distance learning. For now, we look forward to seeing you in person!

In compliance with the State of Utah guidelines, our clients are seated six feet apart and effective 10/05/20, everyone shall wear masks in the classroom. Hand sanitizer is readily available. Temperatures may be taken at the beginning of class. The training center is sanitized twice daily using Biosecurity Clean, a non-toxic formula that is extremely effective at eliminating virus and bacteria, including COVID-19. Dave looks like a ghost-buster as he sanitizes the training rooms at the beginning and end of each day.

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