Last Revised 09.16.2022
Seattle Unity Covid-19 Safety Plan for In-Person Events
Seattle Unity will comply with state regulations and take actions to set up the safest possible environment for our team members and guests.
Seattle Unity encourages attendees in person on Sundays to take precautions such as protective masks as they see fit, in alignment with King County and CDC guidelines.
- Everyone is welcome to attend in-person Sunday services without pre-registering.
- You are welcome to bring your own drink in a closed container.
All people present on site must:
- Self-screen for signs and symptoms of COVID-19 before arriving at the location. (This includes checking your temperature to ensure it is less than 100.4°F)
- Wearing of face masks is optional. Note, there will be singing by both musicians and congregants without masks. If you are uncomfortable with this, you may want to continue to wear a mask and seat further back in the space. We will still be livestreaming services.
- Physical distancing is not required, but please be mindful of individuals that are still more comfortable maintaining physical distance from others.
- Please note: Any individual with a household member who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or with symptoms of COVID-19 (including a fever above 100.4°F within the past 5 days) may not attend the service or attend work at the organization.
- You are welcome to move your chair or sit at the back of the room if you are more comfortable with 6 ft or greater distancing.
- Seattle Unity strongly encourages everyone to be vaccinated.
Seattle Unity will:
- Provide a link to this COVID-19 safety plan for all individuals attending in-person services.
- Provide a link to this plan upon inspection by state and local authorities.
- Increase ventilation rates where feasible - doors open depending on weather.
Post-exposure Incident Recovery Plan
- If you test positive for Covid after the service and up to 14 days, please contact Karen R. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.
- We will keep a log and notify people who have potentially been exposed for up to 15 days.
Worker Safety and Health
- An employee may refuse to perform unsafe work, including hazards created by COVID-19. It is unlawful for the employer to take adverse action against such an employee.
- Seattle Unity will provide high-risk individuals with their choice of access to available employer-granted accrued leave or unemployment benefits if an alternative work arrangement is not feasible.
- Additional information is available at Novel Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID-19) Resources and Paid Leave under the Washington Family Care Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
- Employee workplace safety and health complaints may be submitted to the DOSH Call Center: (1-800-423-7233) or via e-mail to email@example.com.
- All other violations related to Proclamation 20-25, et seq., can be submitted at https://coronavirus.wa.gov/report-safe-start-violation.