Get it Right the First Time: Hawaii Tourism Watch
Waikoloa Beach Marriott
Dates of inspections: October 9, 2020
Was this hotel open for guests during the October 9, 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 9, 2020 Inspection Findings
|Area of inspection:||Inspection findings:|
|Plexiglas (or other) barriers||Front desk Plexiglas barriers left gaps on the top, bottom and sides. See photo.|
|Hand sanitizer||There were two hand sanitizers by the front desk but no floor markings for social distancing or facemask signage. See photo.|
|Social distancing||One elevator interior had no floor marks for social distancing and no signage about maximum capacity or facemasks. See photo.|
|Signage||There was no signage for social distancing or face masks in employee locker room, and no floor markings for social distancing. See photo.
Coffee shop had no floor markings for social distancing, no signs for facemasks and no hand sanitizer. See photo.
|Other||Kitchen glove dispenser station was empty. See photo.
There was a temperature scanner at the security checkpoint entrance. See photo.
An employee sign-in table didn’t have sanitizer. See photo.
Every other stall in lobby bathroom was blocked off. See photo.
Pool bar had no Plexiglas barriers, no sanitizer and no signage about facemasks and social distancing. 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 1, 2020.