Team Member Safety FAQ
Snow Trails is committed to providing a safe and fun atmosphere for staff and guests alike. We'll be working closing with all appropriate agencies to make sure the latest information is available to our staff and implemented on a resort-wide basis.
- Will staff be required to wear a face mask?
All Team Members working indoors will be required to wear a face covering at all times, even when physical distancing of 6ft can be maintained. Outdoor staff will be required to wear face coverings when physical distancing of 6ft cannot be maintained.
- Will I be required to take a test to work at Snow Trails?
Snow Trails will not require any testing of staff prior to hiring. Snow Trails will be training staff on self-assessment techniques to be accomplished prior to reporting for work each day. Those showing COVID-19 like symptoms or who test positive for COVID-19 should contact their supervisor as soon as possible and prior to reporting to their next shift.
- What training will be provided?
Snow Trails is working with board certified health care professionals as well as adhering to county and state guidance to plan and implement a safe and effective plan for staff and guests alike. We plan to provide training, plus items such as gloves and face masks, as well as maintain a safe work environment.
- Anything else I should know?
Many who have experienced Snow Trails in the past know it is a great place to work and play. Our success is built in-part by our valued Team Members. We hold theirs and our guests safety as top priority. If there are any concerns or suggestions for our facility, we will acknowledge the needs, opinions, and experience of our Team to continually make Snow Trails a safe and fun place to visit year after year.
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