March 16th, 2020
To: Associates and Clients
From: Jim Mooney, CEO
Re: Covid 19 Response
Safety is Enginuity’s number one core value and we want everyone here and healthy a year from now. Toward that end, we have modified our standard operating safety procedures on jobsites to handle the threat of COVID-19 and Community Spread. This memo’s contents could change and are subject to re-release/revision following the acquisition of new information. Thank you for going the extra mile to protect those around you; it’s your civic duty and the right thing to do for your friends, family, coworkers and clients.
- Hand hygiene:
wash before and after contact with others, hand tools, or shared areas.
- Using soap and water to wash hands for 20 seconds, or an alcohol based sanitizer if washing stations are not available.
- Avoid air hand driers as they atomize air and potentially spread the virus, use towels.
- Make sure toilet lids are closed before flushing.
- Try to avoid contact with door surfaces after washing your hands via paper towels or other solutions.
- Cough/Sneeze into your elbow
- Minimize contact with others
- Keep crew sizes and meetings to 5 participants or less if possible. Larger business meetings will be conducted remotely if the situation permits.
- Break areas should have a maximum of 10 people at any time. Stage breaks to accommodate larger crews.
- Limit meetings to essential personnel
- If you are concerned about contacting something, clean it with disinfectant.
- Communicate these precautions to subcontractors.
- Those who feel sick or who have family members that are sick must stay home.
- A boundary between the jobsite and the public should be maintained.
- No person should be on an Enginuity jobsite without approval of the Superintendent
Exposure to Subcontractors / Other Entities:
- All COVID-19 Exposures should be reported to the office immediately.
- All individuals showing signs or symptoms of any sickness should advise their Superintendent and work with Enginuity on a plan of action.
- Do not allow sick person or a person with a sick family member on the job