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Zac Worley

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IMPORTANT FORMS

Updated: AUG 2020

PERSONAL INFORMATION

NAME:  Zac Worley

DISABILITY:
BEHAVIORS: Chews on items
RESTROOM ACCIDENTS: No

EATING HABITS: 

Needs to be reminded to take small sips (slow down). He needs to work on holding his sandwich or burrito in a manner that it will not fall apart. He needs reminders to wipe his face and his hands. He is independent when ordering lunch.

READ/WRITE: Yes both

I AM WORKING FOR CHART: No
DROP-OFF W/ NO GUARDIAN: No
MEDIA/PHOTOGRAPHY CONSENT: Yes
FACEBOOK CONSENT: 

The participant has authorized consent from parents or guardians to utilize Facebook for weekly wrap-ups.

EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION

JOB TITLE: Service Assistant at El Pollo Loco
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: 
Provide customer service, maintain a clean lobby, clean salsa bar/stock cups, and lids, stock soda lids and straws, clean windows, take out trash, clean parking lot, etc.
MANAGER’S NAME: Leonel (GM)
EMPLOYEE ID #: 

COVID-19 Procedures

Task:

  • Greet the staff and manager 

  • Before Zac clocks in, he MUST wash his hands for 20 seconds, and sign his initials to check off that he had washed his hands. (coach as well)

  • (Throughout his shift, Zac has to wash his hands every 30 minutes, and then put on a fresh pair of gloves.)

  • Zac must then put on clear gloves located by the registers. He can not touch the registers with his bare hands. (coach as well)

  • Once Zac finishes, the computer will print out his results. Zac must take his test results and present them to the manager. The manager will then look over it and put it away in a file. The manager will then check Zac's temperature. The manager will also check the coach's temperature as well.

  • Clock in using # 6684

  • He starts off by sanitizing using the solution buckets 

  • He cleans the lobby area (soda fountain, dining tables where his coworkers eat, tables by the registers & payment slots and rails)

  • He also cleans the bathrooms (if it's too full inside with customers, we will start outside)

  • He cleans all patio tables and chair handles with the Spic and Span spray and sanitizing rag 

  • He also cleans both doors (specifically, the handles and bars) 

  • He uses the green broom and a dustpan to sweep inside and out 

  • He sweeps any trash in the patio area as well as in the driveway and parking lot 

  • He also does a quick sweep on the mats if customers allow it 

  • If enough time and bathrooms are dirty, he also does a quick sweep for the bathrooms  

  • Zac packs a box of tortillas for each shift (He alternates between flour and corn tortillas)

  • Throw away both trash (patio and lobby).

  • Check out with the manager

WHAT IS IMPORTANT TO ME

  • I love working for a number 3!

  • I love talking about different cars.

  • I like listening to music on my iPod, one of my favorite songs is Thunder by Imagine Dragons.

  • I enjoy sitting in the front seat.

  • I like feeling responsible, for example, holding keys, a clipboard, or something I feel is important.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

& DO TO SUPPORT ME

Eye Contact:

  • I struggle to have contact with you and others, redirect me to do this at all times so I can remain focused and listen.

Staying Focused/Self-Control:

  • I have a tendency of placing items on my face and tapping things when I’m very excited. I have difficulty staying focused when children are present and will begin to stare, redirect me “3-2-1” *high five* then remind me to have self-control and what I’m working for. I have a short attention span so you need to keep me engaged, busy, and motivated at all times, remind me that I need to continue following directions if I want a 3 at the end of the day.

Communication/Slowing Down:

  • I like to walk fast and get to my location in a hurry, remind me to slow down and wait for you. When providing customer service prompt me to slow down when speaking to customers and wait until they’re done talking before moving on.

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