Updated: 4/27/2020

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Updated COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

ONE SOURCE is a critical business and we will continue to provide our clients with exceptional service throughout the covid-19 pandemic. Our team is working full-time and returning to work at our headquarters under the following guidelines:

  • We are ensuring that all staff members – especially those in contact with others – are following all CDC guidelines.
  • Anyone who enters the office must sign in and have their temperature taken with a digital thermometer.
  • Anyone feeling or showing signs or symptoms of illness should stay home and in quarantine.
  • Anyone in the office must maintain social distancing of 6 feet apart.
  • Anyone in the office must wear a mask if they cannot maintain social distancing of 6 feet.
  • Our team’s work spaces have been adjusted to maintain 6 feet of social distancing or more.
  • Anyone in the office is encouraged to wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and water upon arrival and throughout the day.
  • Anyone is the office is encouraged to use the sanitizer provided to wipe down the surfaces they frequently touch.
  • Daily disinfection of high-touch surfaces will be performed.
  • Normal weekly cleaning service is conducted on Fridays.
  • Hand sanitizer is provided inside outside the entry of the office.
  • Mail and packages will be delivered and dropped in a box outside of the office door.
  • The front door of the office will remain locked.
  • No visitors will be allowed in the office unless they call ahead and are approved by Nicholas Lombardi. If they are approved, they must follow all guidelines.
  • If you cough or sneeze, cover your face and immediately wash hands.
  • No handshaking.

Client Policy and Procedures

  • We are offering remote quoting for supplemental cleaning and UV Disinfection.
  • We have supplemental cleaning crews as well as back up cleaning supplies on hand.
  • Any on site client visits must be approved by the client and Nicholas Lombardi.
  • We will use PPE in accordance with CDC guidelines for any on site client visit.
  • We are responding to all requested work orders with consideration of everyone’s safety.
  • We are requiring that any contractor on site is wearing PPE and in full compliance with clients covid-19 policies and procedures.

Additional Services for COVID-19 infection control:

Supplemental Cleaning: Let us help you increase the effectiveness of your cleaning and disinfecting efforts. We have labor and materials available to suit the needs of your business and operations.

Rapid Decontamination with UV-C Technology: ONE SOURCE has a mobile UV-C Light system that brings rapid, hospital-grade disinfection right to your door. Learn more about this technology: https://pdf.medicalexpo.com/pdf/spectra254/spectra-254-corporate-brochure/106567-148579.html

Online Resources

OSHA – Guide to COVID-19 Prevention and Preparedness in the Workplace

CDC – Guidance for all Facilities

CDC – List of approved cleaning products and disinfectants

CDC Resources for Facility Managers

Consider improving the engineering controls using the building ventilation system. This may include some or all of the following activities:

  • Increase ventilation rates.
  • Increase the percentage of outdoor air that circulates into the system.

Support respiratory etiquette and hand hygiene for employees, customers, and worksite visitors:

  • Provide tissues and no-touch disposal receptacles.
  • Provide soap and water in the workplace. If soap and water are not readily available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer that is at least 60% alcohol. If hands are visibly dirty, soap and water should be chosen over hand sanitizer. Ensure that adequate supplies are maintained.
  • Place hand sanitizers in multiple locations to encourage hand hygiene.
  • Place posters that encourage hand hygiene to help stop the spread at the entrance to your workplace and in other workplace areas where they are likely to be seen.
  • Discourage handshaking – encourage the use of other noncontact methods of greeting.
  • Direct employees to visit the coughing and sneezing etiquette and clean hands webpage for more information.

Perform routine environmental cleaning and disinfection:

  • Routinely clean and disinfect all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace, such as workstations, keyboards, telephones, handrails, and doorknobs.
    • If surfaces are dirty, they should be cleaned using a detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.
    • For disinfection, most common EPA-registered household disinfectants should be effective. A list of products that are EPA-approved for use against the virus that causes COVID-19 is available herepdf iconexternal icon. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for all cleaning and disinfection products (e.g., concentration, application method and contact time, etc.).
  • Discourage workers from using other workers’ phones, desks, offices, or other work tools and equipment, when possible. If necessary, clean and disinfect them before and after use.
  • Provide disposable wipes so that commonly used surfaces (for example, doorknobs, keyboards, remote controls, desks, other work tools and equipment) can be wiped down by employees before each use. To disinfect, use products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-Cov-2external icon, the cause of COVID-19, and are appropriate for the surface.

Perform enhanced cleaning and disinfection after persons suspected/confirmed to have COVID-19 have been in the facility:

Advise employees before traveling to take additional preparations:

  • Check the CDC’s Traveler’s Health Notices for the latest guidance and recommendations for each country to which you will travel. Specific travel information for travelers going to and returning from countries with travel advisories, and information for aircrew, can be found on the CDC website.
  • Advise employees to check themselves for symptoms of COVID-19 (i.e., fever, cough, or shortness of breath) before starting travel and notify their supervisor and stay home if they are sick.
  • Ensure employees who become sick while traveling or on temporary assignment understand that they should notify their supervisor and promptly call a healthcare provider for advice if needed.
  • If outside the United States, sick employees should follow company policy for obtaining medical care or contact a healthcare provider or overseas medical assistance company to assist them with finding an appropriate healthcare provider in that country. A U.S. consular officer can help locate healthcare services. However, U.S. embassies, consulates, and military facilities do not have the legal authority, capability, and resources to evacuate or give medicines, vaccines, or medical care to private U.S. citizens overseas.

Take care when attending meetings and gatherings:

  • Carefully consider whether travel is necessary.
  • Consider using videoconferencing or teleconferencing when possible for work-related meetings and gatherings.
  • Consider canceling, adjusting, or postponing large work-related meetings or gatherings that can only occur in-person.
  • When videoconferencing or teleconferencing is not possible, hold meetings in open, well-ventilated spaces.