OUR SANITATION &
ENCOURAGE HAND WASHING
At breakfast encourage the guests to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds with warm water and soap.
WIPE DOWN SURFACES
Wipe down all public surfaces at breakfast time when guests are eating.
GLOVES FOR SERVING
Use sterile masks as well as gloves when preparing and serving meals. Guides will make up guest plates.
SERVING ALL FOOD
Guides will serve all food and handle all serving utensils.
DISPOSABLE FORKS & KNIVES
Guides will hand out forks & knives that are pre-wrapped plastic.
ANTIBACTERIAL SOAP ON THE ROAD
We provide anti-bacterial hand soap for use on stops on the road.
At lunch, the guide will wipe down the tablecloth and chair arms for the guests.
COOLER DRINKS SEPARATED
Guides will pack cooler drinks so that itʻs easier to make their selections to reduce touchpoints.
DEEP CLEANING DURING MAINTENANCE
Regular deep cleaning of vents and surfaces of the air conditioning units.
CHANGING OF AIR FILTERS
We have increased the frequency of cleaning and replacing air filters.
Installing custom HEPA filters onto all vehicles is happening now.
USING MEDICAL-GRADE DISINFECTANTS
Nightly wipe down and spraying all surfaces with a medical-grade disinfectant.
MODIFI Product that we use is a disinfectant, fungicide, and virucide is used in hospitals, nursing homes and other institutions where cleanliness is of prime importance in controlling cross-contamination.
All of our meals now include plastic-wrapped, disposable utensils until further notice.
EXTRA HAND WASHING
Staff will remind guests as they arrive to wash their hands prior to standing in line for the morning buffet. The staff has increased their hand-washing frequency.
New hand sanitation stations are available at breakfast.
WE CARE ABOUT YOUR HEALTH!
We care about keeping you healthy on your Maui vacation. We are taking steps to increase how often we clean the surfaces and equipment we use.
We have updated our sanitation protocols for flu, virus and other sicknesses. We will be following strict guidelines, using products and measures recommended by the Center For Disease Control (CDC).
We want to let you know what we are doing in addition to our usual daily cleaning and protocols related to serving food that is set by the Hawaii Department of Health.