In the midst of all this Coronavirus craziness, your safety, as well as the safety of our employees, is our number one top priority. We’re implementing safety procedures across all our operations at Breadfast to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here’s how we are helping to make sure that you, and every other member of our Breadfast family, stay virus-free.
First, we brief very single employee, from bakers, to office employees, to the Delivery Associates of Breadfast, to bloggers (aka me), on the Coronavirus. We are informed of the symptoms of the virus, how it is different from the flu, and how we can prevent ourselves and others from getting infected. There are hand sanitizers in every section of our factories and offices, as well as posters to remind us about proper hygiene habits. Members of our production and delivery workforce who are elderly or have health conditions are working from home with full pay, or on paid leave.
All factory employees wear gloves, face masks, and hair nets; and there is an alarm that goes off every hour for employees to pause operations and wash their hands. We have suspended fingerprint locks for our facilities, we are also conducting daily temperature checks for all factory employees. All our workplaces, surfaces, doors, elevators, and walls are sanitized regularly.
Our entire packing team wears face masks while packing your orders. Then, the Delivery Associates receive them in small groups at a time to avoid crowding. Each Delivery Associate has a 150 ml bottle of hand sanitizer with them that contains 70% alcohol. In addition to sanitizing their hands before and after delivery, our Delivery Associates also wear face masks and are instructed not to ring your doorbell or stand too close to your doors.
Staying Well Together
At Breadfast, we put people first, especially in unprecedented times like this. We know that the Coronavirus can pose a serious threat to our friends, family, and other loved ones; which is why we are so serious about implementing the correct safety measures. And I know that with compassion, mindfulness, and teamwork, we’ll all get through this together. Stay safe, fam.