As COVID-19 continues to impact daily life, our goal is to continue supporting our employees, talent and customers alike in achieving their goals; their health and well-being is our highest priority. We know where you work matters; and that getting back to work is important. We also recognize that securing the health and safety of our members isn’t a one-time effort; it’s an ongoing process that requires openness and a willingness to constantly evolve and listen. We will continue to update these standards and our members as new information and best practices become available.
The House of (DE-FI)ance: A Fashion & Design Co-working Experience and Dayton Threads has implemented hygiene and physical distancing measures at our locations as recommended by the State of Ohio to provide a safer work environment.
The following measures are in place to ensure a safe work environment:
Trust and Transparency
The House of (DE-FI)ance and Dayton Threads will help members make informed decisions through our open communication and information-sharing, i.e. our Community Safety Pledge, designed to create collective buy-in to promote compliance.
We will screen employees, customers, members, guests, vendors, and etc to reduce the chances of transmission
We will ensure Frequent cleaning of high touch point areas, surfaces, and work spaces
We’ve adapted our communal and work spaces based on the principles of physical distancing which includes the way the work spaces are set up, with clear information, signage and protocols in place to ensure minimal person-to-person contact.
We have detailed health and safety guidelines on display in key strategic locations as reminders on how to conduct business in as a safe of a manner as possible.
To ensure that you are able to use our meeting rooms we’ve established a meeting room safety protocol in accordance with health and safety guidelines which includes spaced seating arrangements to allow for physical distancing, moving around clockwise, and maintaining a safe distance for catering all indicated with signage.
Communal and Co-working Space
Our business lounges and co-working offices have been updated with seating arrangements and signage to make sure that you can continue to work, meet and collaborate.
Face masks required in communal spaces
I PLEDGE TO:
Being a part of the (DE-FI) community means that each of us, accountable together, must take extraordinary steps to stay well and persistently protect each other, on site and in the Miami Valley area. I pledge to take responsibility for my own health and the protection of others, and I will help keep the House of (DE-FI)ance: A Fashion & Design Co-working Experience and Dayton Threads safe from spread of COVID-19 and other infections by adhering to the COVID-19 Response Best Practices as stated on the website http://www.thehouseofdefiance.com.
I pledge to:
Protect Myself by
Protect our (DE-FI) Community
(DE-FI) is currently accepting applications for Fashion Designers to join their newly restructured and CFDA affiliated Designer Talk Series as well as hosting Open Calls for Artisans and Designers to sell their work via Dayton Threads