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a. Social Distancing:
Where PRACTICAL, when onboard a vessel, passengers and crew members shall wear cloth face coverings that comply with requirements set forth in applicable Proclamations. ALSO IF POSSIBLE, social distancing of at least six (6) feet shall be maintained between individuals; if not possible, crew members and patrons must maintain as much social distancing as allowed on the vessel or contrivance, depending on its size and configuration. Passengers and crew members from the same household are not required to social distance from each other. Any food served must be in individually packaged servings; buffets shall be prohibited. Passengers may bring their own food and drinks onboard and keep it separate from the food and drink supplied by the host vessel. Passengers and crew members should not pass or share fishing rods or equipment, to the maximum extent possible. Signage shall be posted at the company’s place of business and on all company vessels to notify the public that any person with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 may not enter the company’s vessel(s).
b. Hygiene Protocols:
Crew members shall provide hand washing capability or sanitizer on the vessel.Frequent hand washing by employees, and an adequate supply of soap, disinfectant, hand sanitizer, and paper towels must be available.Crew members and staff shall provide touch-point sanitization (e.g., workstations, equipment, screens, doorknobs, restrooms) at least hourly.
Vessel captains shall ensure crew members are trained in basic hygiene practices, such as frequent and thorough hand washing, respiratory etiquette (e.g., covering coughs and sneezes), and discourage crew members or passengers from using others’ personal property, work tools, and equipment.Vessel captains shall conduct pre-shift staff screening and maintain staff screening logs.No crew members displaying symptoms of COVID-19 may provide services to customers. Symptomatic or ill employees may not report to work. No crew member may report to the work site within 72 hours of exhibiting a fever.The company shall establish a plan for employees getting ill and a return-to-work plan following CDC guidance, which can be found online at: https://www.cdc.gov/ coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/guidance- business-response.html.
d. Cleaning and Disinfecting:
Before passengers may enter a vessel for a commercial trip, staff must clean and disinfect the vessel in compliance with CDC protocols. Staff shall clean and disinfect company vessels in compliance with CDC protocols at least once between each commercial trip.