Church and School Business Continuity Plan
If it should become necessary to close your building, what is your capacity for continuing to manage business? Have you prepared plans to address Business Continuity in the event that you must close the office for a period of time?
If you have a plan in place, now is a good time to review it. If not, staff and leadership should begin work to put one together. Consider elements such as ability for staff and others to work from home, banking needs, managing payroll, receiving/forwarding/transferring phone calls to the church, main points of contact, check-in meetings, critical daily operations, alternate mail delivery, informing vendors and others, etc.
You may want to create and keep a list of those who are most vulnerable for respiratory illness. Identify a team of caregivers who will regularly check in with them during in time of heightened awareness.