As part of our small business program Solutions For A Changing World, with our partners we are able to develop and compile COVID-19 resources for your beauty salon and auto repair shop. The COVID-19 resources aim to respond to your immediate needs during the pandemic and beyond in the hopes of helping you make informed decisions (from credible sources) to support a healthier workplace environment. You can access the resources on the page Supporting Small Businesses During COVID-19.
On the page, you will first see guidance and procedures specific to your beauty salon and auto repair shop on protecting worker health, safety while working with clients, preventing the spread of COVID-19, cleaning and disinfecting equipment and vehicles, opening safely, and more.
Then you will have the opportunity to watch videos on health insurance options through El Rio Community Health, vaccination through Pima County, and ventilation technical assistance. We have Facebook Live recordings you can re-watch that discuss COVID-19 exposure, health insurance, and reliable COVID-19 resources.
Dispersed throughout the rest of the page, you will find several Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and resource articles on the Delta Variant, re-opening your business and returning to work, the COVID-19 vaccine, cleaning and disinfecting your facility, and ventilation at your facility.
Please keep in mind information is changing constantly and you can check back on the page with the most updated material. If you have any suggestions on new COVID-19 resources for the page that you would like to see please email us at email@example.com.
All resources on the page are compiled from credible sources including but not limited to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), Automotive Service Association of Arizona (ASA AZ), The University of Arizona Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, El Rio Community Health, and Pima County.