DO YOUR DUE DILIGENCE TO MITIGATE RISK & REDUCE LIABILITIES (reprinted from Interstate Restoration)
Reviewing and understanding Federal, State, OSHA and/or CDC guidelines for maintaining a healthy and safe work environment is a critical step to minimizing risk to your business. Proactively taking steps to create and maintain a clean and safe work environment demonstrates that you take the health and safety of your employees and occupants seriously.
DEVELOP A SAFE WORK ENVIRONMENT PLAN
COMMUNICATE YOUR PLAN
Don’t assume your employees or tenants know what steps you’re taking to minimize risk —tell them! Communicating your plan will help provide some needed reassurance that their health and safety is your top priority.
INSPECT & DISINFECT THE RIGHT WAY
According to the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), here are two hidden risks you should consider 1) MOLD GROWTH 2) BACTERIA IN WATER SYSTEMS
STAY ON TOP OF REGULAR DISINFECTION & PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE
While you’re focused on opening up again don’t forget the importance of maintaining a consistent cadence of regular and preventative maintenance activities. Prevent that project you put off before the shutdown from becoming the next disaster.
Peace of mind is a wonderful thing. Following these steps can provide businesses and occupants comfort knowing their health and safety is your top priority.
To ensure your building is ready to reopen, schedule a consultation or reach out to your CATCO Account Manager to discuss service options. You can reach us direct, 24/7, 365 days a year, at 800-642-2826.