(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents HealthyVerify Certification.) | Photo via The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen Tempe Facebook
By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter
HealthyVerify Certification has helped a number of restaurants with their reopening plans as the industry traverses the coronavirus.
That includes The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen in Tempe.
HealthyVerify is the country’s only independent medically based, scientific, and professional full service certification company helping to reduce the risk of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases. The Arizona company’s team includes infectious disease experts from the Barrow Neurological Institute and researchers at Arizona State University.
Scottsdale-based HealthyVerify helps restaurants, workplaces, retail stores, event venues, school districts and sports teams develop best health and safety practices during the pandemic to abide by COVID-19 related mandates.
Dylan Vicha owns The Lodge restaurant. He said HealthyVerify has helped his restaurant navigate the changing COVID-19 landscape. Vicha is also CEO of Windom Security which is also HealthyVerify Certified for its COVID curbing efforts.
“HealthyVerify has helped The Lodge navigate the constant changes and unknowns of the virus and what adjustments need to be made to protect our staff and customers. It has provided us with another way to show our employees and patrons that we care about their health and safety,” he said.
Vicha said having HealthyVerify’s counsel and seal approval for the restaurant’s effort’s helps build confidence with customers and staff.
“Healthy Verify has given me the opportunity to go above and beyond for our customers’ health and safety. Before I reached out I was doing a lot of research myself about the virus and found myself unsure what applied to my business and how I could create new procedures and guidelines for operating safely,” he said.
Vicha is also CEO of Windon Security which is also HealthyVerify certified for its COVID curbing efforts.
Other businesses and organizations certified by HealthyVerify include Mountainside Fitness, Kind Hospitality, the spring training facilities for the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland Indians in Goodyear, Jewish Family and Children’s Services, Phoenix Rising FC soccer team as well as numerous school districts, preschools and nonprofits.