Are you a business looking to register and reopen?
Are you a business that was already open, but needs to register for the first time?
Click this link to go to our registration site and find resources to help you complete the process: www.vcreopen.com .
The steps for reopening are also listed below:
- Begin by reviewing the guidance published by the State of California here: https://covid19.ca.gov/roadmap/
- Upon reviewing the guidance, complete a detailed risk assessment of your business in accordance with the state guidelines
- Complete a written worksite-specific COVID-19 Prevention Plan and post it at your business
- Implement the prevention measures identified in your worksite-specific COVID-19 Prevention Plan
- Designate an on-duty employee responsible for monitoring compliance with your plan
- Complete the attestation form by going to: www.vcreopen.com
- Upon completing your attestation, an official from your local jurisdiction may conduct a site visit
- Please post the hotline flyer form at your business so that it is visible to customers. (view COVID-19 Hotline Flyer)
- COVID BUSINESS COMPLIANCE – (805)-202-1805 | EMAIL: email@example.com
The County of Ventura has launched a Questions, Compliance & Enforcement Line for our citizens to ask questions or to report possible violations of the County’s recent Stay Well at Home Order as they relate to businesses.
- Economic Development Collaborative COVID-19 Business Resource Guide (updated daily) for Employers, Employees, and Self-Employed
If Your Work Has Been Affected by the Coronavirus
Below is a brief summary of the benefits that may be available to you if your work has been affected by the disease. Visit the Labor & Workforce Development Agency’s website for more information: www.labor.ca.gov/coronavirus2019/
- If you’re unable to work because you are caring for an ill or quarantined family member with COVID-19 you may qualify for Paid Family Leave (PFL).
- If you’re unable to work due to medical quarantine or illness, you may qualify for Disability Insurance.
- Those who have lost a job or have had their hours reduced for reasons related to COVID-19 may be able to partially recover their wages by filing an unemployment insurance claim.
- If a worker or a family member is sick or for preventative care when civil authorities recommend quarantine, workers may use accrued paid sick leave in accordance with the law.
- If workers are unable to do their usual job because they were exposed to and contracted COVID-19 during the regular course of their work, they may be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits.