Stacey Wolfe brings to Priester Aviation more than 19 years of Human Resources experience. Stacey joined the Priester team in 2016 where she leads talent development, benefits, recruiting and payroll functions. Prior to joining Priester, Stacey spent much of her career in both the manufacturing and medical fields, with the majority of her career being spent in the medical field as an EMT. Currently, she is certified by the American Red Cross with an Instructors Certification in CPR/First Aid. Stacey holds a B.A. in Business Administration from Binghamton University – State University of New York (SUNY) with HRPD and SPHR certifications. Recently, Stacey has become COVID-19 Safety Manager Certified and completed training on COVID-19 safety and wellness precautions. Keep reading to learn some of Stacey’s tips for traveling and what to look for when preparing to travel!
Stacey’s Tips for Traveling during COVID-19
When planning to travel you should consider and look at the following:
- Does your destination have requirements or restrictions for travelers? This is important if you need to be quarantined upon arrival at destination or leaving the destination back home.
- Do you or anyone you may be traveling with at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19? If you are traveling with someone or yourself is at a higher risk, you may want to reconsider as there is a higher exposure of getting COVID or COVID related illness while traveling.
- Always wear a mask. Masks are not only for you but for those around you to prevent them from something you may have.
- Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. If you can’t wash your hands, use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
- Stay at least 6 feet apart even when wearing a mask.
What should clients look for?
- If you are flying, always make that there is PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) available for you. That includes, mask, and hand sanitizer.
- You should also be aware if you are traveling with anyone who doesn’t feel well, or may have any symptoms (such as fever, chills, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or flu like symptoms), they may want to reconsider traveling and get tested.
- Updated information will be passed onto our clients as it becomes available regarding COVID-19.
Priester Aviation is on top of the current CDC as well as State/Federal guidelines regarding the safety and wellbeing of our employees and our clients/customers. We make sure that all of our employees have gone through an internal questionnaire, checking on their health. Along with that, we have all employees take their temperature prior to starting their shift. We take the safety and health of our employees and clients seriously. We adhere to the strictest process possible when it comes to keeping everyone safe. As new information becomes available regarding updated information from authorities we share with all employees, and crew members.