What Off the Grid is Doing at our Public Markets:

– Hand sanitizer readily available at all times.
– Off the Grid Staff are wearing gloves and face-masks at all times.
– Six-foot social-distancing tape markings on the ground
– Any Creators, employees or guests with flu-like symptoms are asked to exclude themselves from Off the Grid activities.
– Guest areas are wiped down every hour with disposable disinfectant wipes, while wearing gloves.
– Food service areas are wiped down every hour with disposable disinfectant wipes.
– Contactless payment systems available at all events.
– Onsite signage is posted to remind all employees and customers to stay 6-feet away from each other and to avoid the area if they have flu-like symptoms.
– Appendix A is posted by all Creators, visible to employees and their guests. C19-07b protocol signage is also posted within every food truck.

What Creators Are Doing:

– All Creators preparing, handling, and/or serving food or handling money must wear nitrile gloves and masks at all times.
– All Creators are wiping down surfaces hourly with disinfecting wipes, including guest-facing areas, internal truck surfaces, and payment portals, pens, and styluses.
– Any employee will not be allowed to work if they are sick.
– All Creators are required to accept contactless payments.
– All guests will be provided with any food-related and serving utensils.

What We’re Encouraging You, Our Guests, To Do:

– Stay home if you’re sick. We look forward to welcoming you to our events when you feel better.
– Bring alcohol-based sanitizer gels or wipes containing 60-95% alcohol to Off the Grid events.
– Wash hands often, for at least 20 seconds.
– Wear masks and gloves at all times when out in public. Masks are required for service at our experiences.
– Keep 6-Feet Social Distancing
– Avoid touching eyes, nose, and/or mouth with unwashed hands.
– Clean and sanitize any objects or surfaces that may have been touched.

Over the past three months, Off the Grid has provided safe food options for frontline workers such as the employees at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, fed food insecure individuals though our partnership with the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management, and provided local residents take out options at our newly launched Food Spots. All these services have followed newly implemented safety protocols such as no-touch ordering, 6-foot  social distancing markers, signage enforcing the wearing of masks, and increased sanitation practices.

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