REACH Pandemic Viral Event Plan Summary

REACH Pandemic Viral Event Plan Summary

Level 1—Preparedness •
The REACH Incident Management Team is in place to quickly respond if a school needs emergency support. •
The Pandemic Viral Event Plan (PVEP) has been reviewed.
Level 2—Mitigation and Prevention (as determined by the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness [LMDPHW]) •
Staff and participant absences will be monitored. •
Housekeeping practices will be reviewed to ensure that schools are maintaining a clean and sanitized environment.
Level 3—Advanced Precautions (as determined by LMDPHW)
Implement heightened level of awareness, and additional precautionary measures will be added. •
Enhance disinfectant processes.
Cleaning of vehicles and cleaning of building
• Agency uses disinfectant wipes and spray to clean interior of vehicles
• Waste bins which contain possible contaminated items such as tissues and paper towels are put into trash bags. Staff uses plastic gloves to gather the trash bag.
• Disinfectant sprays are used on garbage cans

Day Training COVID-19 Action Plan

Arrival of DT Participants
• Any individual with symptoms of illness will not be admitted to the general population. FHP or other responsible person will be notified to immediately come and take the individual home. Symptoms include, but are not limited to:
o Fever
o Persistent cough, runny nose, body aches
o Vomiting
o Diarrhea
o Listlessness

Community Outings
• When participants are out in the community, frequent reminders are given to limit touching public items, frequent hand washing and use of disinfectant wipes where available, such as grocery stores with wipes in the cart area.

Visitors to the Building
• Visitors will be asked to wash hands, observe good hygiene when sneezing or coughing and limiting touching public surfaces. If visitors appear ill, they will be asked to reschedule their visit.

Level 4—Initiate Surveillance, Reporting, and Heightened Awareness (as determined by LMDPHW) • Intensify monitoring processes, and continue contact with LMDPHW. •
Restrict/Limit public outings / activities as determined by RAP Program Director.
At discretion of RAP Program Director, Individuals will be checked for temperatures, those with temperature of 100.4 or greater will be sent home ASAP. Those with elevated temperature but below 100.4 staff will monitor.
Level 5— Public Health Emergency Closures Decision to close RAP will be made by RAP program director, giving participants and families as much notice as possible.
Level 6—Recovery (as determined by LMDPHW) •
Individuals and employees can return to school/work.