Dear Barbershop Bar Guests
 
We would like to share we are taking maximum precautions in our shop and we're applying the recommendations of the Windsor Essex County Public Health Unit and our local health experts. 
 
In order to enhance safety and maintain operations during a pandemic, we have developed this COVID-19 Exposure Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan to be implemented, to the extent feasible and appropriate.  This Covid-19 Safety Plan is based on information available from the PHAC, CDC, WHO, WECHU, and CCOHS at the time of its development, and is subject to change based on further information provided by these authorities and other local public health officials.
 
Thank you again for your support and patience,
The Barbershop Bar

Dear Valued Guests, in an effort to reduce the spread of Covid19

 

You will be required to

1. Participate in Covid Screening & Contact Tracing Upon Entry

2. Perform Hand Hygiene Upon Entry

3. Wear a Mask as Per Local & Provincial Guidelines unless exempt

3. Comply with Social Distancing Practices 

4. Remain at one Table for the duration of your visit if attending the beverage area of our atmosphere.

The Barbershop Bar follows the Local & Provincial Public Health Recommendations. In alignment with the Reopening Ontario 

 

 Current Windsor-Essex is operating within recommendations and instructions issued by the
Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health in accordance with O. Reg. 364/20: Rules for
Areas at Step 3 made under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act,
2020 (ROA). 

As per Step 3

  • Subsection 2 (1) does not apply to hair and makeup services described in section 20 - therefore, please note, guests seeking Barbershop/Grooming Services are not required to provide proof of double vaccination at this time. 

  • Screening of ALL Patrons and Employees is required, in accordance with instructions issued by the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

  • Employees Must Wear a Shield AND Mask if within 2 meters of an Unmasked Guest.

  • All INDOOR BAR/Food patrons MUST provide proof of Double Vaccination Status as per Provincial Requirements and employees must verify government identification matches the proof of vaccination document. 

  • Non-Double vaccinated persons are welcome to use the patio, take out services, and use facility restrooms for a short period of time less than 15 minutes.  

COVID-19 Updates

Every workplace is different. What is feasible and appropriate for any one place depends on its size, location, and other unique characteristics. The Barbershop Bar takes the health and safety of our employees and our guests very seriously.  

 

In order to enhance safety and maintain operations during a pandemic, we have developed this COVID-19 Exposure Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan to be implemented, to the extent feasible and appropriate.  

Protective Measures 

The Barbershop Bar has instituted the following protective measures

Cleaning Routine & Additional Disinfecting Measures

  • Employees must sanitize the work areas upon arrival, throughout the workday, and immediately before departure. The Barbershop Bar will provide Disinfectant Solution/Spray, and Disposable Gloves for this purpose. 

  • Employees should ask other occupants to keep a personal distance of six (6) feet at a minimum. Staff Members should wash or sanitize hands immediately before starting and after each contact with the public. 

Screening Protocols

All Guests will be 

  • Required to Wear a Mask while standing – UNLESS identifying as having an exemption.  

  • Required to perform Hand Hygiene upon entering the building.  

  • Required to participate within COVID-19 Screening Questions and Contact Tracing Protocol.  If any guest refuses to participate in the Contact Tracing Protocol/Screening Questions OR answers “yes” to any of the following questions (with the exception of #6), we are to apologize to the guest and indicate due to screening protocols we are unable to provide service.  

  1. Have you been confirmed positive for COVID-19? 

  2. Are you currently awaiting results for COVID-19 Assessment Testing?  

  3. Are you currently experiencing any NEW or WORSENING acute respiratory illness symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath? 

  4. Have you been in close contact with any persons who have been confirmed or suspected positive for COVID-19 without appropriate PPE? 

  5. Have you TRAVELED outside of Canada in the last 14 days? 

  6. May We Take Your Temperature? 

Eye protection:

Eye protection (Face Shield or Safety Goggles) MUST be worn IN ADDITION to a Mask/Face covering if a guest is exempt from wearing a mask or if a service requires a mask to be removed.

This includes: 

  • Any Barber who is performing a grooming service that requires a guest to remove their mask/face covering OR identifies as being exempt from wearing a mask.  Examples include but are not limited to Beard Trims, Hot Towel Shaves, and Waxing.   

  • Any Bartenders are also required to wear Eye Protection (Face Shield or Safety Goggles) in addition to the required mask when engaging with any guest(s) who identifies as being exempt from wearing a mask.  Examples include but are not limited to – standing within 2 meters of any unmasked guest (seated or standing) in any interior or exterior location of our work premise.   

Engineered Physical Barriers:

The Barbershop Bar as constructed Non-Permeable Barriers around Service Areas. 

Every workplace is different. What is feasible and appropriate for any one place depends on its size, location, and other unique characteristics. The Barbershop Bar takes the health and safety of our employees and our guests very seriously.  

 

In order to enhance safety and maintain operations during a pandemic, we have developed this COVID-19 Exposure Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan to be implemented, to the extent feasible and appropriate.  This Covid-19 Safety Plan is based on information available from the PHAC, CDC, WHO, WECHU, and CCOHS at the time of its development, and is subject to change based on further information provided by these authorities and other local public health officials.