HealthyVerify Certification helps Hawaii nonprofit implement COVID-19 best practices

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

HealthyVerify Certification is helping Kula no na Po’e Hawaii navigate the complexities of the coronavirus.

Kula no na Po’e Hawaii is a nonprofit that provides educational and other services to residents of Hawaiian Homesteads.

The nonprofit group has been certified by HealthyVerify Certification for its programs to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and its implementation of best health safety practices for the community it serves.

HealthyVerify is the country’s only independent medically based, scientific, and professional full-service certification company helping to reduce the risk of COVID and other infectious diseases. HealthyVerify helps workplaces, retail stores, event venues, school districts and nonprofits implement best practices during the pandemic to abide by COVID-19 related mandates and go above and beyond U.S. Centers for Disease Control Guidelines.

HealthyVerify Certification (HVC) has helped the Hawaiian nonprofit establish health safety managers to help ensure compliance with policies and procedures. HVC and the nonprofit have also established social distancing, face coverings and CDC-compliant cleaning and disinfecting policies.

Signs and hand sanitizers stations have also been installed throughout Kula no na Po’e Hawaii’s facility to help protect staff and community members.

HVC’s team of experts includes infectious disease experts from the Barrow Neurological Institute and public health researchers at Arizona State University.

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