Knowing that employee health is paramount to doing a good job and employee comfort and safety is taken seriously listed below are the COVID-19 recommendations for working at TGMH. Everyone must own a face mask. If you do not have one, TGMH will provide one for you.
Facemasks must be worn under the following conditions: You share an office and both of you are occupying the office at the same time. If you are working alone in the office, you may take the mask off but must wear it if someone enters your office.
Facemasks must be worn in common areas such as the hallway, conference area, supply/coffee room, and bathroom.
Facemask compliance is required as designated by 30 East Padonia Office Building. Their requirements are posted on the front door of the building. Their main requirement being facemasks upon entry and limiting people in elevators.
If you do not feel comfortable sharing an office during this time, you may work at the conference room table.
When we have staff meetings in the office, they will take place at the conference room table where everyone will sit at least 6 feet apart and wear masks.
Employees are responsible for keeping their area and common area clean and disinfected. For example, disinfecting the conference table after use, or using hand sanitizer before using items in the common area (microwave or coffee maker).
Hero will provide hand sanitizer and disinfectant to all employees, volunteers and guests.
You are not required at this time to come into the office and can work remotely, if you do not have a reason to be in the office. One reason would be to pick up a drive kit or other relevant supplies, and/or meetings requiring you to be in person.
If you are feeling sick or if you have been exposed, you are not allowed to return to the office until 2 weeks of quarantine have been completed.
If you are feeling sick and have not been exposed to COVID, please limit contact or consider working remotely for the safety of others.
Due to the ever-changing nature of COVID 19 research, information, regulations and requirements governing the County and State, the above recommendations are subject to change.
If you have any questions or concerns related to COVID 19 as it pertains to your safety and the safety of others, please speak to your supervisor.
And remember, we are all in this together. Let’s be considerate and kind to each other during this unpredictable and unprecedented time.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About There Goes My Hero
30 E Padonia Rd, Timonium, MD 21093, US
Save lives. Provide hope. Help those impacted by blood cancer.
There Goes My Hero is a Baltimore-based nonprofit organization founded in 2009. Our mission is: Save lives. Provide hope. Help those impacted by blood cancer. Fun Facts: Over 21,000 people to the bone marrow registry. Our drives have found 365 matches and led to 42 life-saving transplants. Provided over 150,000 meals to blood cancer patients and their families. We host bone marrow registry everywhere and anywhere. Commonly partner with local health fairs, farmer’s markets, high schools, colleges, churches, corporate offices, and restaurants in the greater Baltimore area. Since March, we have been hosting volunteer-led virtual drives to continue getting individuals registered. Since March, we have hosted a dozen virtual drives - 30 virtual bone marrow registrations. We are in a par tnership with DKMS - DKMS is a nonprofit organization that provides us with the swab kits free of charge
Health & Medicine
We'll work with your schedule.
30 E Padonia RdTimonium, MD21093
October 12, 2020
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Attendance and timeliness of volunteers is very important to the program. If for some reason you can’t make a scheduled shift, please just let us know as early as possible!
We ask that our volunteers all be above the age of 18 years old. A background check may be required for some specific duties.