If you are home and feeling poorly (due to symptoms such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath), please contact your doctor and stay home.
If you are not sick but have a person in your home that has a confirmed case of COVID-19, or if you are aware that you have had contact with anyone that has a confirmed case, report this immediately to HSPC and plan to stay at home until further advised by your physician.
If you are healthy, report to work for your assigned shifts.
Pursuant to Governor Evers Executive Order 82: Relating to Declaring a Public Health Emergency — July 30, 2020 and Emergency Order #1 requiring face coverings staff are now required to wear face masks.
Review posters in the middle hallway related to COVID-19 testing, how to remove gloves, and employee rights.
Gloves, breathing barriers, and other PPE are supplied to staff by HSPC. You are encouraged to use them.
HSPC asks you to maintain social distancing of 6’ from another person (with masks on 3’ applies).
Wash your hands regularly.
Employees that use computers are encouraged to sanitize keyboards, mice, and work areas using disinfecting wipes each day.
Sherri Galle-Teske is HSPC’s spoke-person to the media for all questions and requests for comment. Redirect all requests to Sherri.
Some staff can do computer work from home. Discuss with your supervisor if you think this is an option for you.
Human food is to be eaten in the education/break room. Do not consume food in public areas.
HSPC will remain closed to the general public and unannounced walk-in traffic.
We will remain open for Animal Control, Adoption, and other business related appointments. Our hours of operation remain unchanged.
Monday & Friday Noon to 3PM
Tuesday & Thursday Noon to 7PM
Saturday 11AM to 3PM
Wednesday & Sunday Closed
All Volunteer activity is suspended—no walk-ins allowed at this time.
Donations of blankets, animal toys, etc. will continue to be accepted but will remain outside next to the garage in our parking lot. There will be a clipboard with a customer sign-up sheet for thank you correspondence.
Contact your supervisor if you have additional questions.