As small businesses struggle to reopen amid a shortage of face masks, hand sanitizer and other personal protective equipment (PPE), Business Health Trust has proved itself a trusted source for employers by coordinating the distribution of Small Business Safe Start Kits throughout King County.
More than insurance, Business Health Trust has a core value to be a resource to employers, which has taken on a new meaning since the COVID-19 pandemic began impacting our small business community.
Business Health Trust has worked to keep members safe and healthy with frequent communications highlighting important updates, sourcing PPE from local vendors and much more, which you can read about in our article “What Does Your Health Insurance Do For You?”
This month, Business Health Trust cast an even wider safety net by partnering with regional chambers, business organizations and King County to offer the Safe Start Kits, which continue to be available via shipping or contactless pickup through July 24.
If you are located in King County and in need of a Safe Start Kit – which includes cloth face masks, disposable face masks and hand sanitizer – you can place an order via the Business Health Trust site.
Read more about Business Health Trust and the Small Business Safe Start Kits in The Stranger and KOMO News, as well as the July edition of Healthy Living with Business Health Trust.