In light of the pandemic that has touched everyone everywhere and continues to be a major health and safety issue, we have had to create and maintain an ever evolving set of policies to ensure we are able to continue working in a safe manner.
The benefit of being in our industry is that we are outdoors and our frontline staff (generally) do not work within an unsafe distance with their colleagues. This does not preclude our staff from being in potentially harmful situations where they could be exposed to the virus.
Our roofers are expected to follow all PPE requirements pertaining to their job as before with the additional requirement of using a face covering or mask if they are going to be working within 6 feet of each other and when they are driving in a vehicle with their colleagues to and from a job site.
Each Foreman has been given and will continue to be supplied with facemasks and hand sanitizer and each worker who has a company vehicle is expected to wipe down common areas of their vehicles where multiple workers may have been in contact with (handles, knobs, switches, etc.). As well, any machinery on a site that may be used by more then one worker is to be sanitized if the previous worker was not wearing gloves while operating it.
The office environment has the potential added risk of visitors and delivery men and women dropping by. Given the recent surge in 2nd wave infections, we have instituted a policy where any and all visitors to the office MUST wear a face covering or mask. As well, the doors from our shop to the office have now been locked as a result of several delivery drivers violating our facemask requirement and a phone with a list of extensions has been left for them to use to contact office staff for assistance.
Please make sure you have a facemask on or you will not be allowed entry.
Project meetings are by Appointment only.
1795 Ironstone Drive, Burlington, Ontario L7L 5T8, Canada
09:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m.