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TI Las Vegas Health & Safety Policies
Treasure Island Hotel & Casino ("TI") is focused on the health and safety of our guests and employees. We are closely monitoring government policy changes and guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Nevada Gaming Control Board as well as federal, state and local government mandates and any other public health advancements, and will continue to make changes as necessary or appropriate to our protocols and procedures.
TI uses cleaning products and protocols that meet all CDC, Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines, which are approved for use and effective against viruses, bacteria and other airborne and blood borne pathogens. TI continues to work with our vendors, distribution partners and suppliers to ensure an uninterrupted supply of cleaning supplies and personal protective equipment.
These policies are subject to change, and will be updated as guidance from the afrorementioned agencies evolve.
GUEST POLICY AND PROCEDURES
Security Temperature Screenings: To help provide safety measures for both employees and guests, TI Security will implement a non-invasive temperature scan of all overnight hotel guests along with a general health questionaire upon arrival in designated entrance area(s) where hotel guests will be required to maintain and practice social distancing policies. In the event screening shows a temperature equal to or greater than 100.4 degrees ("fever"), the guest(s) will be asked to wait in a designated area for 15-minutes prior to retesting. The guest(s) will be denied access to the property only if the second test is also positive for a fever, or pursuant to then-current CDC guidelines. In addition, based on SNHD guidelines, all guests with a fever will be referred to a medical hotline for assessment.
Face Coverings: All guests and visitors are currently required to wear their own face covering, or obtain a disposable face mask available at the front desk and other various locations on property. Failure to comply with the face covering requirements will be reported to TI Security, and/or those guests may be asked to leave the property.
Social Distancing: Guests are advised to practice physical social distancing by standing at least six (6) feet away from other groups of people while standing in all public areas, and limiting elevator occupancy to four (4) people. In the event guest issues may arise, TI Security will be contacted to immediately advise guests of social distancing rules. In addition, plexiglass shields are placed in locations in which frequent face-to-face interactions may take place such as the front desk, cashier stations, etc.
Safe Casino Bars & Gaming: TI will follow all casino gaming guidance as specified by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, including but not limited to casino guests required to wear face coverings within 6 feet of all table games. Limitied bar and lounge service has reopened on Sept. 21.
Confirmed Room Sanitization: TI housekeeping ensures thorough cleaning of all rooms and suites before check-in and after check-out. Daily service will be available only upon request. To ensure all guests are confident their accommodations have been properly sanitized, a sign will be placed in the room or on the door to confirm all cleaning protocols have been completed.
Hand Washing: All public TI restrooms are equipped with touch free faucets, soap dispensers, paper towel dispensers and hand blowers. TI encourages guests to follow the hand washing recommendations from the CDC and SNHD by thoroughly washing hands for a minimum of twenty (20) seconds with soap and warm water.
Hand Sanitizers: Touch-free hand sanitizer dispenser stations are positioned in high-traffic locations including but not limtied to restaurants, casino floor, front desk, elevator lobbies, pool entrances and theatre entrance. In addition, personal hand sanitizers are available to guests in various locations on property.
Touchless Environment: TI has made efforts to remove as many touch points as possible including, but not limited to, designated entry / exit door with automated opening devices and/or door attendants, replacing frequently used room amenities with one-time use items, offering alternative payment methods, and other efforts to limit contact points.
Property Signage: Communications are posted around property to remind guests on how to maintain proper hygiene, including instructions on handwashing, how to avoid touching your face, how to cover coughs and sneezes, how to properly wear and dispose of PPE, and social distancing policies. In addition, floor decals will advise guests where to queue in accordance with social distancing standards.
EMPLOYEE POLICY AND PROCEDURES
Security Temperature Screenings: To help provide safety measures for both employees and guests, TI Security will implement a non-invasive temperature scan of all employees along with a general health questionaire prior to their shifts in designated employee entrance areas where employees will be required to maintain and practice social distancing policies. In the event an employee shows a temperature equal to or greater than 100.4 degrees, they will be denied access onto the property and will be required to stay home until they are able to return to work pursuant to then-current CDC guidelines. TI Security will then contact and notify the employee’s management of the occurrence. Based on SNHD guidelines, all employees who are flagged for a fever will be recorded in a database that will be maintained by TI Security to assist local health authorities with aggregate data sharing and contact tracing.
Stay At Home If Sick: TI employees are required to stay at home if they do not feel well, and are instructed to contact a manager if they notice a coworker or guest with a cough, shortness of breath, or other known symptoms of COVID-19. TI employees who have symptoms of COVID-19 should not come back to work until permitted under CDC guidelines.
Expanded Training & Testing: All TI employees will be trained about COVID-19 and prevention through literature released by the CDC and SNHD. Additional training will be provided for TI employees with frequent guest contact. In addition, voluntary antibody testing will be made available in conjunction with HealthCare Partners Nevada - Intermountain Healthcare.
Hand Washing and Hand Sanitizers: TI employees will be instructed to wash and/or santize their hands based on CDC guidelines every sixty (60) minutes and/or when using the restroom, sneezing, touching their face, blowing their nose, handling luggage, smoking, eating, drinking, entering or leaving the property, as well as going on break and before or after starting a shift. Hand sanitizer dispensers are placed at employee entrances as well as at various time clock locations.
Social Distancing Policy: TI employees are to practice social distancing by standing or sitting a least six (6) feet away from other employees and guests, including within the employee dining room, uniform control, kitchens, at the employee services window, within employee’s respective departments and other high-density areas in order to ensure appropriate social distancing between employees and guests.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Every TI employee will be provided and required to wear a face mask at all times while on property. Some employees will receive additional PPE based on their positions, such as housekeeping, EVS, food and beverage employees, and front desk. In addition, TI employees will be properly trained on how to use and dispose of any required PPE specific to their job responsibilities.
Employee Signage: Communication signage, both digital and printed, will be posted on property to remind employees on how to maintain property hygiene, including instructions on proper handwashing, how to avoid touching your face, how to cover coughs and sneezes, how to property wear and dispose of PPE, and how to identity a co-worker or guest exhibiting signs of symptoms associated with COVID-19.
Cleaning Procedures and Protocols: The frequency of the cleaning and sanitizing has increased in high-traffic areas with an emphasis on, but not limited to, slot machines and chairs, gaming tables and chairs, elevator buttons and panels, front desk counters, casino Player's Club booth and kiosks, door handles, ATMs, redemption terminals, escalator handrails, the employee dining rooms, kitchens, loading docks, employee entrances, employee restrooms, offices, hallways, employee services windows and training areas. In addition, special cleaning attention has been made to guest rooms and suites, including high touch areas such as TV remote controls, door and furniture handles and knobs, toilet seats and handles, water faucet handles, nightstands, telephones, alarms clocks, light switches, thermostats and flooring. Any shared supplies or equipment wil be sanitized before, during and after each shift or anytime the supplies or equipment is used by another employee.
Additional guidance will be provided to address individual locations and responsibilities. All guidance is subject to change. Last update 23 Nov 2020.
SGS Certified Radisson Hotels Health & Safety Protocols
Treasure Island – TI Hotel & Casino, a Radisson Hotel has been confirmed as meeting the Radisson Hotel Group Cleaning and Disinfection Safety Protocols by SGS, the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company.
SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity with more than 94,000 employees, SGS operates a network of over 2,600 offices and laboratories around the world.
“SGS’ global leadership in the Travel & Hospitality sector has enabled our network of health and safety experts to develop a comprehensive and straightforward protocol to check management procedures and disinfection status of hotels. Our goal is to ensure that maximum hygiene standards are met, to protect guests as well as Radisson Hotel Group team members.” -- Frankie Ng, CEO of SGS
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COVID-19 Temporary Closure 20 March – 3 June 2020
By order of the Nevada Governor's office, Treasure Island temporarily ceased all gaming and hotel operations from March 20 thru June 3, 2020 to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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