Update on Salon Covid-19 Guidelines as of 9/26/2020
To All Our Customers:
Shear Sailing will CONTINUE to follow the recommendations from the CDC on social distancing and face masks. We are still in a pandemic and next month begins the Flu season. We do NOT feel comfortable or safe to go back to the way we conducted business as we did in the past for now.
On Friday, the Governor of Florida opened up Phase 3 for all businesses. We will NOT follow this recommendation since we care about the health and well being of our customers and staff. We will continue to operate under Phase 2 restrictions and adhere to strict safety and sanitation rules. There are many states showing increases in COVID cases and our winter visitors may be coming from areas that are at high risk.
Until we are past this pandemic we will continue to be cautious and diligent in our efforts to stay healthy and safe. We want to assure all our customers at this time our standards are high and we have not changed even though other salons may choose to follow another course.
We appreciate everyone’s understanding and cooperation in this effort.
House Rules During Covid -19
As Florida continues to rise in Covid cases we take very seriously our role in the community to keep every customer safe.
We hold to a higher standard than most businesses. House Rules ….
1) Every customer upon entering salon will have to wear a mask! (Not an option)
2) Your temperature will be taken and hands must be washed, hand sanitizer not a substitute for soap & water.
3) Must keep distance between others.
4) Limited number of clients in salon at one time.
5) SS staff practices good safety measures in salon & during personal time. Masks are a way of life for us!
*This is critically important!!!
Many businesses have shut down due to workers off time personal decisions that were not held to the same standard as when on the job. The lack of precautions and not following the CDC guidelines have led many to test positive & than cause an entire business to close its doors. This is why it’s so important to be vigilant in our everyday safety precautions & follow the rules.
When you enter our house, these are the rules! Help small businesses stay open!