We are in the same situation on how to complete required plant training with production staff. We are putting together a training power point with video and quizzes for annual refresher. However we also have a sensory training requirement that is causing some concern. Part of that training requires team members to smell sample various samples that we put into water. These are passed around the group for scoring. Now with COVID-19 this is not possible. We thought of separate containers for each member but there are 18 samples and the cost and time could get away from us. Any thought or ideas to work around this.
Does the staff have to touch the containers? Put the samples on a table and let members go there one at a time and just lean over, don't touch?
Have you ever had these test during "normal" flu season, what's your procedure then?
At the same time, if you let the staff enter your facility then they're in some way declared "virus free", no? (Either by them signing declaration and/or the company's own procedure, whatever that may be.) So why can't you then simply pass containers from one another, if you're just smelling?
Do you also wipe, for example, door handles everytime someone use them? I mean, every surface that's been touched is that sanitized straight away?