North America Visitor Safety
Our visitor policies have changed to support health and safety precautions for both you and our employees due to COVID-19
Before you arrive at a Whirlpool facility:
- Review Whirlpool Corporation’s Global Playbook to understand our COVID-19 procedures, which you will be asked to follow.
- COVID Rapid Testing is mandatory for all approved Whirlpool visitors prior to entry into the buildings. Please coordinate your test upon your arrival with the health clinic and your Whirlpool host. The health clinic will provide instructions for your day of arrival. At the time of testing, you will be required to download and fill out this waiver form.
- Make sure you know your Whirlpool point of contact. He/She will need to be contacted for entry to our facility.
- Complete a Self Assessment Health Screening before arriving. Please review this COVID screening survey. If you have any questions about the screening questions, please contact your Whirlpool host or Whirlpool Health Clinic. You will not be able to enter the building if you do not pass this screening survey.
When you arrive at our facility:
- Please notify your Whirlpool contact you have arrived (via mobile / text / email per the contact information they gave to you prior to your arrival) once you have parked at the designated parking. Do not enter the building unless you are instructed by a Whirlpool representative.
- Your Whirlpool contact will greet you and direct you to the health clinic for the COVID rapid testing. If you test positive for COVID you will be escorted out of the building and/or denied entry for a minimum of 14 days.
- If your temperature is above 100 degrees Fahrenheit you will be asked to wait for five minutes to retest. If your retest is again over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, you will not be permitted to enter.
- You will be required to wear a face covering/mask and maintain 6 feet social distancing inside our facility at all times. You may bring your own face covering/mask, or we will have one available for you. Personal face coverings must meet these CDC guidelines.