L.A. County Launches COVID-19 Compliance Business Window Seal

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A restaurant in Sierra Madre (Photo – ColoradoBlvd.net)

On Sept. 10, 2020, L.A. County launched the COVID-19 Safety Compliance Certificate Program (CSCCP) to help educate and train business owners to comprehensively implement the County’s COVID-19 safety rules.

By News Desk

The CSCCP is a no-cost online training course that educates business owners on the essentials of the County Health Officer’s Orders and what they need to do to ensure that their business practices are aligned with and in compliance with infection control and physical distancing requirements. After completing the training, each business will receive a COVID-19 Safety Compliance Certificate that can be posted on their storefront. The training will be available in 13 languages and can be accessed online through the Department of Public Health’s COVID-19 website.

Voluntary program

The voluntary program offers business, employees and consumers alike the added reassurance that essential training has been completed to reduce the spread of COVID-19. This training is highly recommended for both business owners and employees. Consumers are urged to look for a posted Safety Compliance Certificate at any business they visit.

Enforcement of all Health Officer Orders is managed by Public Health’s Environmental Health Division. Citations and/or fines may be imposed for lack of compliance.  Residents may report violations and non-compliant businesses by calling (888) 700-9995 (M-F 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.) or by filing a complaint online.

News Desk

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