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FOOD SERVICE
After being notified that the College has been officially closed, Food Services will adhere
to the following procedures:
1.
The Food Service Department will be staffed according to the severity of the storm.
Staff members will be required to remain on-duty until other staff members relieve
them.
a.
During a mild storm, a manager, a cook and a line server will be required to
remain on campus. (A mild storm is one to two inches of snow.)
b.
During a severe storm, a manager, cook, salad/baker, sanitation worker
and three cafeteria workers will be required to remain on campus. (A
severe storm is three-plus inches of snow, severe ice storms, and interstate
closings.)
c.
Other staff members will be expected to report to work with travel assistance
if they cannot get to work on their own.
2.
Staff members will remain on duty until additional staff members relieve them.
3.
Staff may be required to stay on campus for extended periods.
4.
Additional staff may be required to report to duty.
5.
Staff unable to report to their scheduled shift will remain on standby. (Stay
available for phone contact!)
6.
Staff unable to report to their scheduled shift on time will report to duty if
conditions allow them to do so during their shift. (This means that if you are
scheduled to work 7:00 - 3:00 and unable to report on time, if conditions improve
before 3:00, you must report to work.)
7.
If staff members have advanced notice of pending inclement weather, they may
want to bring additional uniforms and warm clothing when reporting to work.
8.
In the event of complete power outage, the following menu will be followed:
Breakfast:
Cereal, fruit, milk, juices.
Lunch and Dinner:
Sandwich (peanut butter, jelly, or deli), fruit, cereal, chips,
cookies, milk, soda, and/or tea.
The above menu is subject to change due to length and severity of power outage.