Plano Business Community Reopening Survey
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The health and safety of our members and community partners is the most important thing right now, and the Plano Chamber wants to be sure businesses have the tools to succeed at safely reopening for business. 

In an effort to help our community with a safe and phased approach, we'd like to know how your company is preparing and planning to reopen. We need your help and your expertise as business leaders because we're all in this together. 
 
Please take a moment and fill out this short survey, outlining how your company plans to reopen. And if you do not yet know, it's ok. We will share the results with our members at the end of the week, helping guide you on your reopening plans. 

All specific identity information will be kept confidential, but will help us follow up for additional questions if needed. However, all questions asking for name or contact info are optional if you prefer to remain anonymous. 
 
1.

Name of Company:

 

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Industry:

 

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Required 3.

Number of employees (local employees for those with multiple offices):

Less than 5
5-50
51-100
101-500
Over 500
Required 4.
What practices are you already deploying to keep your employees safe? Select all that apply

Social distancing measures, including signage
Staggering shifts or individuals in the office
Allowing employees to work from home
Rquiring employees to wear face masks
Requiring employees to wear gloves
Temperature checks of all employees
Requiring all employees to be tested for Covid-19
Requiring handwashing/hand sanitizing
Continuous cleaning/disinfecting of high-touch surfaces (ie: printers, doorknobs, light switches)
Nightly deep cleaning/sanitizing
Requiring employees go home if they show signs of any illness
Altering work spaces
Altering common spaces to include things like foot pedals for opening doors, glass shields in office or reception areas, etc...
We are currently closed
Other  
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5.
For companies that are closed or have been closed: Do you plan to reopen once conditions improve?
Yes, to full capacity
Yes, but not to full capacity
No
Unsure
Other  
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How has your staffing changed due to COVID-19? Select all that apply
Increased employee hours
Hired employees
Reduced employee hours
Furloughed employees temporarily
Laid off employees pernanently
No changes
Not applicable/no payroll employees
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If you have reduced operations or were/are closed, what SAFETY factors will impact your decision to reopen to either full or almost-full capacity?

 Not Important Somewhat Important Very Important N/A  
Lifting of state-mandated closure or restrictions  
Consensus among the medical/epidemiology community that it is safe  
Ability to implement safety measures on my own (such as distancing, protective barriers, limiting numbers on the premises, wearing masks, temperature checks, etc...)  
Implementation by the state or federal government of mandatory safety measures (such as distancing, protective barriers, limiting numbers on the premises, wearing masks, temperature checks, etc...)  
Implementation by the state or federal government of pandemic-control measures such as widespread testing, contact tracing, etc...  
Availability of personal protective equipment (PPE) for myself and employees  
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If you have reduced operations or were/are closed, what BUSINESS factors will impact your decision to reopen? 

 Not Important Somewhat Important Very Important N/A  
Having enough capital to restart the business or expand back to full capacity  
Re-hiring employees or finding staff who are willing/able to return to work  
Reliability of suppliers/vendors/con-
tractors
 
Having enough demand for my company's product or service  
Liklihood of ending to shut down or reduce operations if there is another outbreak  
Needing to adapt my business model or product/service/offer-
ings
 
Safety measures or social distancing requirements may be too costly to implement  
Fear of litigation if an employee becomes ill once they resume on-site hours  
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How feasible would it be for your business to operate with the following safety measures in place: 

 Easy to Implement Moderate Difficult to Implement N/A  
Require everyone on the premises to use PPE (such as masks or gloves)  
Strict social distancing (6 feet of space or protective barrier between individuals)  
Health screening (workers should stay home if they are having symptoms; temperature checks at the door)  
Extra cleaning between shifts or at the end of the day  
Stagger shifts to limit the number of employees onsite at one time  
Allow employees to work remotely  
Deliver services remotely (ie: via phone, video or web)  
Deliver products via curbside pick-up or delivery  
Restrict the number of customers/visitors on site at any given time  
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How would you rate your current level of readiness to keep employees safe?
Extremely ready
Somewhat ready
Not ready at all
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If you answered somewhat ready or not ready to question 10, how long do you think it will take you to become ready? 

 

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What practices are you already deploying to keep your customers or visitors safe, and in effect those employees interacting with visitors? Select all that apply

Social distancing measures, including signage
Customers by appointment only
Rquiring visitors/customers to wear face masks and providing masks to those without one
Requiring visitors/customers to wear gloves and providing gloves to those without them
Temperature checks of all customers
Providing hand sanitizer upon entering premises
Reducing customer/visitor interaction through touchless options or increased distancing
We are currently closed to the public
Other  
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Do you have policies and protocols in place to support employees' ability to care for themselves and their families? (ie: working from home, childcare options, etc...)

Yes
No
Other  
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Do you have enough personal protective equipment (including hand sanitizer, cleaning materials, masks, etc.)
Yes
No
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What are the barriers you are facing in order to safely re-open now or in the near-term? If you do not feel you have any barriers, simply answer "none."
 

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What critical enablers must be in place (e.g., community infrastructure of other industries) for you to successfully re-open now in the near-term? 
 

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What enforcement and inspection mechanism are needed at the local level to support guidance and enable reopening?

 

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Have you already developed a playbook for re-opening based on anticipated guidance or experience in other geographies?

Yes
No
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If you answered yes to question 18, and you are willing to share, please send a copy to kellem@planochamber.org for our Covid-19 best-practice library.
 
19.
What orders, regulations, or guidelines do you think are most critical to a safe, phased reopening?

 

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What data or metrics are you most closely tracking to understand trends / health impacts on your industry? Please list specific outlets below in the comments. 
CDC
Texas Department of Public Health
Industry-specific data
Locally provided data
Other  
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21.

Name:

 

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22.

Contact e-mail for follow up: 

 

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