The Sammamish, Wash. club added single sink stations to the patio area where their staff serves meals to allow the club’s members to see the staff washing their hands frequently while interacting with them.
Like most country clubs, Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash. has the facilities available to be compliant with CDC recommendations for access to hand washing. However, they chose to add UMC’s single sink stations to the patio area for one important purpose: peace of mind.
Having hand washing capabilities on the patio where their staff serves meals allows the club’s members to see the staff washing their hands frequently while interacting with them. While many of the efforts that are required to reopen the club go unnoticed, this is an opportunity to show that they are going above and beyond to protect their members.
These durable, commercial-grade stations are lightweight and made for convenience. With heavy-duty casters (wheels), they can easily be moved to wherever they are needed by any staff member. Since the sinks are built for indoor or outdoor use, their flexibility makes them an asset to have on club grounds.
“I think being a Top 100 golf course in America, there are certain expectations that we will go beyond what is minimally required and offer more extensive sanitation and health standards,” said Marcus King, General Manager of Sahalee Country Club. “This hand washing station is fantastic. Even more than a practical place to wash hands, it is a symbol of dedicated sanitation right out in front of our membership.”