The ways we go above and beyond on our worksites:
May 12, 2020
1. Be a responsible party
Each project has an Infection Prevention Officer that conducts daily inspections to ensure the project site is executing the mandated requirements and acts as a resource to job site supervision concerning best practices.
2. Site-Specific Plans
Each project has unique ICRA (Infection Control Risk Assessment) requirements. The Infection Prevention Officer implements a site-specific Infection Prevention Plan.
3. Wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Anyone entering the work area is required to have a face-covering meeting the requirements as outlined by the Center for Disease Control.
4. Appropriate signage postings on worksites
The Infection Protection Officer ensures the appropriate standardized signage (including COVID-19 signage) is posted at all required locations.
5. Checkpoints at Entrances and Exits
The Infection Protection Officer ensures that all on-site workers and visitors are screened at a checkpoint before entering the project site.
6. Standards of Hygiene
All workers are required to wash their hands at a specified hand washing station for a minimum of 20 seconds upon arrival, before leaving at the end of the day, at all breaks, after using the toilet, before eating, and after touching any waste materials at a minimum.
7. Cleaning & Sanitation
High traffic areas and high touch areas are cleaned daily with an EPA-registered cleaning agent.