In response to the Suquamish Tribal Council’s facial covering policy (Resolution # 2020-104) and overall COVID–19 response, the Suquamish Tribe’s Emergency Operations Center would like to assist our Port Madison Indian Reservation businesses during this global public health emergency.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the social and economic vitality of our local community. But we can lessen these impacts and recover from this public health pandemic when business owners like yourself take steps to reduce your risk and take steps now to recover. Working collaboratively with employees, the public, and local government, businesses can help strengthen both public health and community response in a manner that protects us all.
To support this effort, the Suquamish Tribe’s Office of Emergency Management has compiled this tool kit of resources with links to useful tools that are drawn from the following authoritative sources:
Suquamish Tribal Government
Kitsap Health District
Washington State Department of Health
Food Workers and Establishments Guidance on COVID-19
Washington State Coronavirus Response
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Planning Guides & Checklists
Don’t Spread Germs at Work (Employers)
Stay Home if You’re Sick (Employers)