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Friedman Memorial Airport Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) – Badging 420-01 Airport Badging Office Infectious Disease Appointment SOP Effective date: June 15, 2020

Friedman Memorial Airport (SUN) is dedicated to the health of staff, customers, and community. COVID-19 has required FMA to reconsider badging procedures to protect staff and external users (customers). As of June 15, 2020 FMAA, SUN badging will be by appointment only, walk-in’s will not be permitted.

Requesting Badging Appointments:

 

Arriving to the Appointment:

  • Customer must remain in their car until asked to come in via text or call
  • Protective masks are recommended while visiting the Airport Operations Building and
    Airport Badging Office. Protective masks will be provided.
  • Customers MUST sanitize their hands when entering and exiting the appointment.
    (sanitizer will be provided)
  • To comply with Centers for Disease Control (CDC) social distancing, only one scheduled
    individual will be allowed in the badging office.
  • Payment of fees: Bankcard or check, cash will no longer be accepted.

 

What to Expect from Your Badging Official:

  • The badging official will sanitize and/or wash their hands before applying gloves, wear a protective face mask, and will have sanitized the badging office before your arrival.
  • During the badging process customers may be asked to utilize specific writing instruments, sanitize, and/or wash your hands prior to and after finger printing.
  • The badging official will escort you out of the building and then sanitize and disinfect touched areas and badging office.

 

Denial of Services:

  • It will be at the discretion of the Airport Security Coordinator or designated agent to
    refuse service to anyone exhibiting symptoms of an infectious or contagious disease. I.e. COVID-19, the flu, various viruses, pneumonia, and other potentially harmful diseases.
    SOP General 420-01 – Airport Badging Office Issuance SOP Page 2
  • Customers may be asked to provide a temperature reading at any time during the
    badging process. Temperatures will be captured by touchless thermometer, a reading above 100.4 will require rescheduling.
  • If a customer does not comply with this SOP they may not be allowed in the building or
    escorted out of the building.
    • If the customer is unwilling to leave, law enforcement may be called, and the individual will be escorted off premises.

 

Reschedule Your Appointment if:

  • You have the following symptoms:
    • Fever above 100.4 or warm to the touch
    • Chills and/or chills with repeated shaking
    • Difficulty Breathing/shortness of breath
    • Persistent Cough
    • Other respiratory issues, sneezing, wheezing, congestion
    • Muscle Pain
    • Headache
    • Sore Throat
    • New loss of taste and/or smell
  • Have had direct contact with someone that has or has had an active COVID-19 infection within the last 21 days. Direct contact as it applies in this SOP: physical contact OR within six feet of an individual exhibiting symptoms.
  • Is awaiting testing results, have had symptoms, and/or sought medical attention.

 

Considerations after having a communicable disease or infection:
SUN will follow CDC return to public activity guidelines after an infection:

  • Three days have passed since the recovery of symptoms
    • Recovery is defined as improvement of respiratory symptoms AND fevers have been remedied without the use of medication specifically used for fevers
    • AND at least seven days have passed since the first onset of symptoms.

 

SUN will keep the following stocked items:

  • Hand sanitizer
  • Face mask
  • Glove
  • Disinfectant Wipes

SUN has implemented internal and external standard procedures to ensure the health and safety of staff and the community.