NEW UPDATE 1/4/22: CLICK HERE to read Richmond Art Center’s latest update regarding Covid-19.
COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES
Richmond Art Center is implementing a Covid-19 Prevention Plan (download the complete plan below) to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
RAC’s safety protocols for all visitors include:
- A requirement that all staff and visitors over the age of two wear masks at all times inside the building and in our courtyard
- An attendance limit of twenty-five percent capacity in all studio classes and galleries
- Increased sanitizing of public spaces
- Hand sanitizer stations installed at the entrances
- Visitors must sign-in as condition of entry to the galleries (to assist with contact tracing if necessary)
- Students must sign a Covid-19 Agreement to attend in-person classes
All staff, students, volunteers and visitors are required to stay home if they:
- Have symptoms of Covid-19;
- Have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and have not yet been released from isolation; or
- In the past 14 days, have had contact with someone who has been diagnosed with Covid-19 and is considered potentially infectious (i.e., still on isolation).
COVID-19 PREVENTION PLAN
Effective August 18, 2021
Richmond Art Center’s Covid-19 Prevention Plan (CPP) is designed to control exposures to Covid-19 that may occur in our workplace. It is intended to comply with requirements pursuant to the Emergency Temporary Standards (ETS) in place for Covid-19 under California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 3205(c). Richmond Art Center has utilized the Cal/OSHA model program and the FED/OSHA regulations and tailored the content to our workplace.
Richmond Art Center’s Covid-19 training is for regular attendees including students, staff and volunteers to our facility. It’s purpose is to communicate RAC’s plan for reducing the risk and spread of Covid-19 in the workplace.