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ServSafe, the nation’s leader in food safety training, today released ServSafe Reopening Guidance: COVID-19 Precautions, the third video to help restaurant and foodservice employees learn best practices to employ during the coronavirus outbreak. The course provides best practices for employees of a restaurant preparing to reopen a dining room following a state shutdown. The video is free of charge and available in English and Spanish.

The ServSafe Reopening Guidance: COVID-19 Precautions training video features:

  • Knowing the symptoms of COVID-19
  • Preventing the spread
  • Recognizing actions to reduce employee and guest risk
  • Keeping guests and employees safe
  • Guidelines for face coverings, hand washing, hand sanitizer use, and food handling
  • Guidelines for cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting
  • Changes to maintain social distancing

Register to view the video on-demand here.

These sprayers from Home Depot can be used to administer disinfectant to outdoor seating areas, kayaks, bikes or even in showers!

Resource Guide
Maine Department of Economic and Community Development
COVID-19 Prevention Checklists
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Cleaning Products:
American Chemistry Council, Products that are in compliance with EPA’s Emerging
Viral Pathogen Guidance for Antimicrobial Pesticides
Industry Specific Guidance:
National Restaurant Association – Reopening Guidance (as of 4/20/2020)
Reopening checklist:
Maine Department of Health and Human Services, reopening safely:
HIP Infographic.pdf
HIP ReopenChecklist.pdf
Food Safety information
Digital Menus utilizing QR codes provided by Pine State
American Hotel & Lodging Association Enhanced Industry – Wide Hotel Cleaning Standards
How to Re-Open your hotel after lockdown from Triptease
Provided by Clark Insurance:
Return to Work Action Plan and Guide to Creating a Return to Work Action Plan

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