Yes. We should continue to conduct regular site inspections. It is important and remains essential our health and safety programs and procedures continue. These audits need to remain as we [...]
Yes, a few. There has been a change in the exchange of information. We are trying to distance and minimize or eliminate contact wherever possible. Eliminating group site walks and things of that [...]
Contact your local health department for guidance. Have a checklist ready to go to ensure we have the best coverage and shutdown protocol goes as smoothly as possible keeping site workers [...]
Have companies or job sites been running split shifts to eliminate the number of personnel on site at the same time?
We are in a very communicative business. We are trying to make this happen wherever possible to limit close interaction between employees, as well as subcontractors on site, and all other site [...]
What is the process with multiple personnel using the same site transportation equipment (i.e. forklifts, scissorslifts, boomlifts, mules, and other shared equipment)?
A best practice would be to issue these types of equipment to the same person the entire day. If that is not practical or feasible, ensure hygiene practices are in place. You should have [...]
Distancing becomes hard, the easiest and best answer to this is don’t share rooms. If two people have to share a room evaluate to see if they can safely maintain the recommended distance apart, [...]