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Safe in the South Bay

Safe in the South Bay is a pledge that businesses can take that shows they are following the proper protocol to safely reopen and slow the spread of COVID-19 for their employees and customers.  Those that take the pledge can prominently display the Safe in the South Bay seal in their business to show that they are doing their part to advance business recovery and keep the community safe. 

In accordance with the County of Los Angeles Health Officer Order, I PLEDGE that my business is in compliance with the appropriate Los Angeles County Reopening Protocol and that that my business will adhere to the following general practices to mitigate the spread of COVID-19:

    1. Enforce use of face coverings for employees and customers 
    2. Practice physical distancing of at least 6-feet 
    3. Enact temperature/symptom checks for employees and customers
    4. Conduct regular cleanings and frequent disinfection 
    5. Provide hand sanitizer for employees and customers
    6. Limit amount of contact required at point of purchase
    7. Post a copy of the Los Angeles County reopening protocol at the business entrance and distribute copies to employees 

To participate and receive a Safe in the South Bay seal, take the pledge HERE

You do not need to be a member of the Chamber to participate. You will need to self-certify that you have completed and are following the County’s reopening protocol by uploading an image of your completed Los Angeles County reopening protocol to the pledge form.

The Chambers of Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, El Segundo and Beach Cities Health District will be promoting Safe in the South Bay businesses who participate and take the pledge. 

In addition to displaying your Safe in the South Bay seal at the front of your business, you can add it to your website and social media pages. Be sure to use #SafeintheSouthBay and #HealthHeroes. 

To find the reopening protocol by business sector, visit For questions about prevention practices and/or requirements, visit Los Angeles County's Department of Public Health website or call (888) 700-9995.

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