COVID-19 Job Site Safety

May 14, 2020 | Erhardt News | 0 comments

The safety of our employees, partners and clients is our top priority as our job sites resume work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Erhardt has adopted and personalized a COVID-19 response plan developed by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition, which is considered an industry consensus standard.

We have implemented the following preventative actions on all of our project sites:

  • Mandatory entry questionnaire via QR code to monitor daily health and potential exposure of every person on site
  • Protective PPE, including mandatory masks and specialty gloves
  • Sanitization wipes and touchless hand washing stations
  • Social distance shifts, limiting the concentration of people in any given space
  •  Group pairing to limit the amount of cross work and decrease potential exposure risk

Our plan will continue to evolve as state conditions and CDC guidelines change. For any questions please contact Erhardt’s safety director, Nate Potter at npotter@erhardtcc.com.

 

The safety of our employees, partners and clients is our top priority as our job sites resume work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Erhardt has adopted and personalized a COVID-19 response plan developed by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition, which is considered an industry consensus standard.

We have implemented the following preventative actions on all of our project sites:

  • Mandatory entry questionnaire via QR code to monitor daily health and potential exposure of every person on site
  • Protective PPE, including mandatory masks and specialty gloves
  • Sanitization wipes and touchless hand washing stations
  • Social distance shifts, limiting the concentration of people in any given space
  •  Group pairing to limit the amount of cross work and decrease potential exposure risk

Our plan will continue to evolve state as conditions and CDC guidelines change. For any questions please contact Erhardt’s safety director, Nate Potter at npotter@erhardtcc.com.

 

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