Follow all applicable provisions of the Order of the Secretary of Health providing for business safety measures, issued April 5th & 15th, 2020, including but not limited to provisions requiring that every person present at a work site wear masks/face coverings, and provisions requiring the establishment of protocols for execution upon discovery that the business has been exposed to a person who is a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19.
All of our employees have taken and passed an OSHA COVID safety course.
Follow other applicable Department of Health (DOH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance.
Require social distancing (6-feet minimum distance between workers) unless the safety of the public or workers require deviation (e.g. drywalling, team lifting, etc.).
Provide a hand washing station at an appropriate location on each jobsite. Crews will have a sani-kit available at every jobsite containing hand sanitizer, disinfectant, clean & disposable towels, face masks, work gloves, safety glasses, first aid kit, and a checklist to review all COVID-19 safety related procedures.
Implement cleaning or sanitizing protocols at all construction sites and projects. Identify and regularly clean and disinfect areas that are at high risk for transmission (requirements to clean common areas and regularly trafficked spaces periodically).
Ensure all gatherings are limited to no more than 10 people, maintaining 6-foot social distancing, when required to meet, even when conducted outside.
Use virtual meetings, and disseminate information electronically to the extent feasible.
Stagger shifts, breaks, work areas and/or stacking of trades where feasible to minimize workers on site.
Limit tool sharing and sanitize tools if they must be shared.
Employ jobsite screening based on CDC guidance to determine if employees should work. Prohibit from working any employees with any symptoms of COVID-19. Require sick employees to stay home.
Prohibit unnecessary visitors to any project or work site, and limit supplier deliveries.
Limit access to enclosed spaces to the extent feasible.
Ensure workers are traveling to and from the job site separately, when possible.