At Aspen Snowmass, we are grateful to have the vast wilderness of the Elk Mountains as our playground, and wide open spaces to recreate in. Thankfully, social distancing is a natural part of a life lived outside. We’re also putting in place procedures that will keep our guests, employees, and community safe and healthy.

This summer and winter we have put in place procedures that will keep our guests, employees, and community safe and healthy and help combat the spread of COVID-19.

operating Procedures

To read how we have changed our operating procedures check the COVID-19 operating procedures page here. Below is a high-level overview of some of our procedures that pertain to our employees.





Many of our potential employees will have questions about what changes we have instituted for them upon commencing work at Aspen Skiing Company, below is a representative of what procedures we have put in place early this year and will continue to be implemented into this winter;

  • Increased soap and water for handwashing are available at each workspace
  • Hand sanitizer effective against COVID-19 available at each workspace
  • Disinfecting wipes or spray that is effective against COVID-19 shall be available near workstations and all high contact surfaces for guests to use
  • Increased disinfection of high contact areas, break rooms, bathrooms, and other common areas
  • Increased ventilation and decreased occupancy within work areas
  • Redesigned workspaces allowing social distancing for employees and customers when not required
  • Limits instituted in confined spaces and increased signage for customers to encourage social distancing
  • Shields or barriers installed between customers and employees
  • Products handled by guests will be sanitized and removed from showroom for the rest of the day and held from the racks for at least 24 hours before being returned to stock
  • Symptom surveillance, including a temperature check, shall be conducted before employees enter each workspace
  • Compliance with local government symptom tracker and associated policies and Workplace Coordinators assigned to each shift to ensure compliance
  • No employees are allowed to come to work if sick or experiencing any of the following symptoms, headache, sore throat, fever, cough, recent inability to taste and smell, shortness of breath, body aches, diarrhea, fatigue, chills, vomiting and/or abdominal pain etc
  • Leave policies support social isolation measures to ensure each employee is paid appropriately during a contract tracing event

Many other procedures that are too numerous / detailed to list here will be available upon hire and new hire orientation within your new department. If you wish to gain an understanding of various procedures by location such as; Gondolas and Chairlifts, Ticket Offices, Lost Forrest, Camp Aspen Snowmass, Transportation, Rental and Retail see each section here.

County Measures

Pitkin County and Blaine County responses to COVID-19

For full details regarding Pitkin County's response to COVID-19, click here.
For full details regarding Blaine County's response to COVID-19, click here. (Limelight Ketchum)

If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to ask your Talent Acquisition contact during the interview process or your HR representative after you have joined Aspen Skiing Company.

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