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06/01/21 MINUTES 1 <br /> <br />COMMISSIONERS' MINUTES KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON WEBEX SPECIAL MEETING <br /> TUESDAY 4:00 P.M. JUNE 1, 2021 <br />Board members present via Webex: Chairman Brett Wachsmith, Vice- <br />Chairman Laura Osiadacz, and Commissioner Cory Wright. <br /> <br />Others via Webex: Taylor Crouch, Administrative Assistant; Lisa Young, <br />HR Director; Tristen Lamb, Public Health Administrator; Dr. Mark <br />Larson, Health Officer; Chris Horner, DPA III; and 1 member of the <br />public. SPECIAL MEETING HR UPDATES COMMISSIONERS <br />At 4:00 p.m. Chairman Wachsmith opened a Special Meeting to discuss <br />vaccination reporting policies and signage. <br /> POLICY/PROCEDEURE AND ATTESTATION FORM FOR FULLY VACCINATE EMPLOYEES <br />HR Director, Lisa Young reviewed the proposed policy for the Board to <br />review. The policy was drafted in conjunction with Tristen Lamb, Public <br />Health Administrator and Chris Horner, DPA III. The Department Head and <br />Elected Officials would be in charge of ensuring that employees who are <br />no longer wearing masks have proof of vaccination. HR will maintain a <br />master list and will be filed as part of employee medical records which <br />is not accessible through PDRS. If Department Heads or Elected <br />Officials choose to keep their own copies of the same information they <br />should reach out to their DPA and HR to ensure the records are being <br />stored properly. The Board agreed that the attestation form would be <br />the method of vaccination proof. The Board gave direction to send the <br />policy changes to Management Team before releasing the information to <br />all County employees. <br /> SIGNAGE <br /> <br />The Board agreed that the signage provided by HR was efficient. The <br />policies will go into effect as of 6/2/21. <br /> <br />Meeting adjourned at 9:08 a.m. <br /> KITTITAS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT KITTITAS COUNTY, WASHINGTON <br /> Taylor Crouch Brett Wachsmith, Chairman <br />