Factory of the Dead is committed to the health and safety or our guests, employees, and the creatures in our care. We'll be taking extra advice from state and local health officials, outside consultants and attraction industry leaders to enhance our already strict health, safety and cleanliness standards. These protocols and guidelines will be modified based on evolving industry standards and methodologies, public health and governmental directives, and advancing scientific knowledge on the transmissibility of COVID-19.
STAFF & GUEST TEMPERATURE SCREENING
When guests and staff arrive, they must undergo and pass a temperature screening using the CDC temperature recommendation of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
CLEANING & SANITATION
To protect the health and safety of our guests and staff, we will significantly increase both the frequency of cleaning for all key areas (including staff spaces) and the number of hand sanitation stations across the attraction, especially in high-contact areas.
Face coverings will be required for guests and staff in all areas of Factory of the Dead. Masks must cover the nose and mouth.
To promote proper physical distancing throughout the attraction, we have installed signage and markings throughout our guest and staff areas to identify eight-foot physical distancing.
WORK & SICK POLICIES
We will require our staff to stay home if they are feeling sick. We will also require our staff to follow the most current CDC guidance for self-isolation and symptom-free periods before returning to work.
Our staff will receive COVID-19 specific training to cover all new enhanced park operating procedures. The training will include the most current guidance from the CDC and other health advisors.
Check-in & Waiting areas have been modified to maintain physical distancing. We will only be providing online ticketing to purchase tickets this year. Plexi-glass has been installed in high traffic and close-contact areas to maintain a physical barriers.
ACTOR SCARES AND INTERACTIONS
Depending on the ability to promote physical distancing for guests and staff, certain components of Factory of the Dead, such as those involving guest interactions and photo opportunities will be modified or removed.
OUTDOOR QUEUE LINE
Our Outdoor Queue Line will have markings for physical distancing and signage directing guests to the entrance and exits of the attraction. Bagging and wrapping materials will be given to customers to minimize contact of items at our oncessions area.
Group Distancing in the attraction and especially in high-contact areas and enhanced cleaning protocols will be implemented. This includes an increased number of hand sanitizer stations, areas with single-direction guest flow, modified group sizes to maintain physical distancing and cleaning according to enhanced protocols. Port-a-potie lines will also be modified to maintain physical distancing and extra cleaning schedules added.
We have added signage regarding health and safety, increased hand sanitizer stations and increased the frequency of cleaning in staff areas. The same enhanced safety standards for guest areas will be applied in employee private areas as well.
CLEANING & SANITATION
To protect the health and safety of our guests and staff, we will significantly increase both the frequency of cleaning for all key areas of Factory of the Dead (including employee spaces) and the number of hand sanitization stations across the attraction, especially in high-contact areas.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR VISIT
We are excited to continue to provide our guests with fun, entertaining and memorable experiences, while addressing important health and safety needs during this time.
Factory of the Dead Haunted Attraction will limit the amount of groups that will be allowed to visit our attraction this year in order for groups to maintain proper social distancing. Below are the instructions to visit Factory of the Dead 2020.
THE DAY OF YOUR VISIT
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