SAFE PRACTICES FOR OUR SERVICE CALLS
As mandated by Governor DeWine during partial re-opening of the state of Ohio, Atlas Butler has implemented a series of safety measures for all employees to follow in order to protect our customers and ourselves from the spread of COVID-19.
General Safe Business Practices that All Business must follow are:
- No mask, no work, no service, no exception. Business practices require face coverings. This is now mandatory.
- Conduct daily health assessments by employers and employees (self-evaluation) to determine if “fit for duty.”
- Maintain good hygiene at all times – hand washing, sanitizing and social distancing.
- Clean and sanitize workplaces throughout the workday and at the close of business.
- Limit capacity to meet social distancing guidelines.
What does this mean for our Service Technicians and Plumbers?
- FACE COVERINGS/MASKS ARE MANDATORY at all times for our Service Technicians and Plumbers. All Service Technicians and Plumbers must wear masks in the office, in the vehicle while with another person, and during the entirety of a service.
- All Service Technicians and Plumbers will continue to utilize Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – this includes gloves, masks, and shoe coverings. These are provided to our Service Technicians and Plumbers.
- All Service Technicians and Plumbers will practice social distancing when running service calls. This means designating at least six feet from others.
- All Service Technicians and Plumbers are to continue practicing safe hand washing. This means washing hands with soap and water for at least twenty seconds as frequently as possible or using hand sanitizer.
- All Service Technicians and Plumbers must take his/her temperature each day. If his/her temperature is greater than 100.4 degrees, he/she will not provide any service calls and stay home.
- All Service Technicians and Plumbers will cover coughs or sneezes (into the sleeve or elbow, not hands).
- All Service Technicians and Plumbers are aware to STAY HOME if sick.