Following CDC and OSHA and the State of Tennessee recommended protocols safeguarding recommendations and guidelines, employees and visitors will be subject to screening which may include temperature.
Anyone with a temperature above 100.4°F may be asked to leave the premises immediately and seek medical care and/or COVID-19 testing, per CDC guidelines. Tracer Electronics will maintain confidentiality of any health information.
We will continue cleaning and disinfection practices, according to CDC guidelines, with regular sanitation of high-touch surfaces at least every two hours.
Social distancing guidelines and our modified work schedule will continue until further notice.
Following Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommendations and guidelines, and as a critical infrastructure segment employer, Tracer Electronics LLC has implemented an employee protection plan to protect and limit its employees from infection with SARS-CoV-2 virus (COVID-19).
Beginning April 6, 2020, Tracer Electronics LLC will be splitting our repair & calibration team into two 6-hour work shifts, therefore limiting our technicians exposure. In between shifts we will be sanitizing touch points. Non essential staff will be telecommuting from home and only visiting the office per as needed basis.
All visitors need to call before visiting and may be subjected to screening. Any person that has recently travelled to areas known as “Hot Spots”, or who are ill, or are quarantined due to exposure should make other arrangements for pickup and delivery.
WE ARE OPEN.
The PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT SERVICES sector has been designated a “Critical Infrastructure Segment” UNDER PRESIDENTIAL POLICY DIRECTIVE 21 and Department of Homeland Security emergency readiness programs implementing the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001. 42 U.S.C. § 5195c(e). It is therefore the policy of the United States government that these industries continue to function with minimal disruption in the event of an emergency. Furthermore, in a March 16, 2020 guidance, the President of the United States of America instructed employees of Critical Infrastructure Industries, including the energy sector, communications sector and water and waste water systems sector, to continue to perform their normal job functions during the coronavirus pandemic. The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America (Mar.16, 2020) (available at http://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/03.16.20_coronavirus-guidance_8.5x11_315PM.pdf
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