Go to www.COHB.org/Corona for public Updates
For employees working remotely, should you have any issues that arise you can contact Information Technology for support via email at ITHelpdesk@cohb.org, or via the HELPDESK icon on CityNet.Should any employee sustain a motor vehicle accident and/or incur a workers compensation injury, please notify HR/Risk Management at either 954-457-1310, or 954-457-1398. You may also email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Emergency Declaration for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park for forest park , all persons outside of their homes within the City of Hallandale Beach are required to wear cloth masks or other face coverings consistent with the current CDC and Florida Department of Health guidelines for personal protective equipment. For purposes of this Order, persons should not utilize N95 rated masks unless engaged in providing health care, police, fire, or emergency management services or other persons engaged in life/safety activities. Broward County Emergency Order also requires masks for essential businesses. Masks should adhere to the CDC guidance available here.
By City of Hallandale Beach Policy, issued 01/26/21:
Effective immediately, I am requiring the wearing of masks by all employees that are onsite at any City facility or are doing any City business/ or work activities as a part of their work duties. Whether a team member is in the office, or out on the road doing business for the City, facial coverings must be worn at all times by all staff with the following exceptions:
1. If you are alone in your own personal office, and there is no risk of any other team members going in or out of your office. If anyone can enter or leave your office during the course of the workday, then you must wear your facial covering at all times.
2. If you are in your personal office during the workday and need to leave it for whatever reason, if no person is outside of it, or in a common area, you do not have to wear your mask. If, however, there are others in the common area outside of your office, and you need to leave your office, you must wear your facial covering (e.g., you are working at night or on the weekend and there is absolutely no one else around).
3. If you are in a City vehicle by yourself, you do not have to wear a mask. However, the moment you leave that vehicle on any City related activity or business, you must always wear your facial covering. Furthermore, if there is anyone in the City vehicle with you, facial coverings must be worn at all times.
4. People are not required to wear a facial covering for the shortest practical period of time that the person’s activity makes wearing a facial covering impossible (such as eating, drinking).
5. A team member with a stated disability or medical condition (as reported to Human Resources) that prevents the person from wearing a facial covering or causes a person to be unable to remove a facial covering without assistance, should not wear a facial covering.
Even when facial coverings are worn, Social Distancing of at least six (6) feet should be maintained to the maximum extent possible.
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To help you get through this, we’re offering the following programs for you with 24/7 access:
Important information about FastCare
When COVID-19 escalated in the United States, Aetna, a CVS Health Company, was among the first in the industry to implement short-term crisis policy changes to support you and your workforce. As we shift to recovery planning, some of these policies will remain, while others will end.
The benefit liberalizations chart below applies to Aetna insured customers and summarizes our updated policy changes and effective dates. We are closely monitoring the progress of the pandemic, federal and state policies and the associated impact on our members, customers and providers. We’ll continue to adjust our policies, as appropriate, to ensure access to care.
In addition to supporting members’ access to needed care, we continue to focus on protecting patient access to medication and have extended the following actions:
For additional COVID-19-related resources, please review our employer and producers resources page or member FAQs or contact your account representative.
COHB is happy to announce the launch of the Aetna Microsite. Access to the Aetna Microsite allows employees to have "Care anywhere" and provides convenient connections to your best health
To get connected to the Aetna Microsite click the link below
COHB VIRTUAL FITNESS REPLAYS
Crisis response lines for all members — 833-327-AETNA (2386)
Aetna Nurse Medical Line - 800-556-1555
Teladoc – 800-835-2362
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) -800-955-6422
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FLORIDA CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION HOTLINE:
*Use this number for information on coronavirus testing or to speak to a FLDOH nurse 24/7.
BROWARD CORONAVIRUS CALL CENTER HOTLINE:
*Use this number if you are seeking medical attention due to being symptomatic, having traveled to one of the countries listed by the CDC on their advisory, or have been in close contact with someone who has traveled to one of these countries in the last fourteen days.
CITY OF HALLANDALE BEACH HOTLINE:
*Hallandale Beach employees are answering a City hotline for questions about the City operations during this emergency. The phone line is manned from 8 am to 6 pm Monday through Thursday.
AGING AND DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER SENIOR HELP LINE:
COHB Benefits Information
WE FLORIDA FINANCIAL PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
We Florida Financial is proud to be your credit union. We have been with you for almost 70 years and we stand ready to help you in this uncertain time, dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Making your financial life better has always been our priority and in the midst of this situation, that remains our commitment.
We understand that some members have been affected by loss of income and unexpected expenses. In the spirit of “people helping people,” we would like to help by offering:
• Deferred loan payments for 60 days
• Emergency relief loans up to $2,500 with no payments for 90 days with no processing fees.
• A refund of late fees for members affected by income interruption
Don’t forget that you can access your accounts 24/7 online at WeFloridaFinancial.com and through our mobile app.
As your car buying solution, We Drive also stands ready to help and 954-691-2277 is the number to call for assistance.
We Florida Financial is a safe and strong credit union serving our community since 1952. We will do everything possible to help members affected by the coronavirus.
If you have questions about COVID-19, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website at www.cdc.gov is a good source of accurate information.
Stay safe during these times.
We are inviting you to join us for a webinar sponsored by ICMA-RC to learn about a new plan option within the Deferred Compensation 457 Plan, as well as other related topics. Pre-registration is required and you can do so by clinking on the link below.