From the moment you walk into our centers, we’re committed to your health and safety. Our donors are at the heart of what we do – by donating plasma, donors offer a lifeline to someone in need. At BPL Plasma, our highest priority is protecting the well-being of our donors and team members through increased safety measures and operational changes. As we respond to the impact from COVID-19, we wanted to share the steps we are taking to reduce the risk of exposure to coronavirus and keep our community safe.
KEEPING YOU SAFE WHILE YOU SAVE LIVES
INCREASED SAFETY MEASURES
We’ve implemented a number of preventative protocols according to CDC and FDA requirements, and will continue to do all we can to help navigate these rapidly evolving times. Watch the short video to learn more about the safety precautions we are taking.
Your Health & Safety is our Primary Goal
At BPL Plasma, our number one priority is the health and safety our team members and donors. Because of this and despite the fact that several states and local governments have begun to ease certain COVID safety requirements, we will continue to strictly adhere to CDC guidelines, and continue to take all of the precautions that we know stop the spread of the virus: namely, distancing when we are able; enhanced cleaning and disinfection; and proper use of PPE, including mandatory masks for team members, visitors and donors.
We truly believe that our adherence to these protocols have kept both our team members and donors safe and protected throughout this difficult period.
As more vaccinations get into the arms of more Americans, COVID numbers will surely continue to decline. Our team continues to work with local authorities to ensure our employees are eligible for the vaccine and can get it as soon as possible.
Our hope is that in the very near future, we can all return to some semblance on normalcy. Until then, we will remain vigilant.