Get it Right the First Time: Hawaii Tourism Watch
Was this hotel open for guests during the October 21, 2020 inspection? No.
Has this hotel committed in a written agreement with Local 5 to providing COVID-19 testing for workers? No.
Has the hotel provided Local 5 with its policies/procedures/guidelines for contact tracing and tracking staff interaction with guests and other staff: No.
Percentage of non-staff people whom local 5’s inspector(s) observed were not wearing masks or the mask didn’t cover their nose or mouth: N/A**
October 21, 2020 Inspection Findings
|Area of inspection:||Inspection findings:|
|Plexiglas (or other) barriers||Buffet line Plexiglas barrier was below shoulder height (as shown in photo), allowing guests to talk, breath or cough over the barriers into the buffet employee service area. See photo.
There was no Plexiglas installed at Rumfire bar. See photo.
Restaurant cashier station had no Plexiglas installed. See photo.
Restaurant computer sale terminals were placed next to each other with no barrier. See photo.
Kai Market restaurant cashier station had Plexiglas installed and floor markings. See photo.
|Social distancing||Employee locker room didn’t have markings on floor or benches for social distancing. See photo.
Parking garage elevator had maximum capacity signage. See photo.
Employee elevator landing didn’t have any facemask signage or floor marks for social distancing, but did have maximum capacity signage. See photo.
|Signage||Pool entrance didn’t have any COVID signage. See photo.
Smoking area didn’t have COVID signage or markings for social distancing. See photo.
|Other||Mother’s nursing station didn’t have COVID signage or hand sanitizer station. See photo.
Banquet room entrance didn’t have any visible COVID signage or hand sanitizer stations. See photo.
Employee dining room had individually wrapped utensils. See photo.
You can view protocol documents the hotel sent in response to Local 5’s information request here, the union received these protocols around September 21, 2020.