As a Stone Soup Corvallis, Inc. volunteer, I will:
- Treat every person with respect.
- Recognize that others are depending on me. I will show up when I am expected and stay for my full shift, provided that I am in good health.
- If for any reason I cannot serve my shift, I will notify my team leader as soon as possible.
- If I don’t feel well before my shift, with a cold or cough, or the flu, or have a fever over 100 F, or have been exposed to Covid-19, or another readily contagious disease, I will stay home and notify my team leader as soon as possible.
- Sign in for each shift, with my name, signature and legible contact information.
- Take my responsibilities seriously and perform my duties to the best of my ability.
- Comply with Health Department and Stone Soup food safety and health regulations. I will rigorously wash my hands on arrival, avoid touching my face and my phone, and rewash and/or wear gloves as needed during my shift.
- Inform my team leader if I become concerned that the conduct of a volunteer or diner may be inappropriate.
- Promptly report any civil rights complaint to my team leader.
- By signing the Volunteer Sign-in Log at the meal site before each shift, I will release Stone Soup Corvallis from any liability arising out of damage, loss or injury to me or my property that happens as the result of volunteer activities.
- Report any injury, even a minor scrape or burn, to my team leader, and fill out and sign an accident report form.
- Keep confidential any personal information I learn from diners or volunteers.
All Volunteers must:
Before reporting for the first shift:
- Review the Oregon Food Bank Brochure on Volunteer Civil Rights Training,
- Complete the Oregon Food Bank food-safety training (Part 1 and Part 2, online videos)
- Complete the Oregon Food Bank civil rights training (online video)
At the beginning of every shift:
- Sign the Volunteer Sign-In Log at the meal site every time you serve attesting that you have met these requirements and agree to abide by the guidelines summarized above.
- Reread and review the Oregon Food Bank civil rights and food safety training materials.
This organization is an equal opportunity provider.