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NON-ESSENTIAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES TO RESUME MAY 18, 2020 IN NEW JERSEY!
The Regal Restoration team is pleased to report that Governor Murphy signed Executive Order No. 142 yesterday, May 13, 2020, which permits the resumption of non-essential construction in New Jersey on Monday, May 18. Specific guidelines must be followed to comply with existing mandates for safe social distancing, sanitization of work sites and care for workers.
Regal will continue adhering to the following work site guidelines previously communicated:
WORK SITE PROTOCOL
Signage will be placed at each work site alerting all workers of proper hygiene practices.
Reminders of social distancing guidelines and discouraging of socializing and multiple gatherings will be given during daily team meetings.
· Masks are mandatory.
Visitors to the worksite will be strictly limited to essential personnel, and in a reduced capacity, to allow for 6 feet of space between people.
WORK SITE CLEANLINESS
All work areas, tools and equipment will be properly maintained and cleaned frequently, per CDC guidelines.
Hand sanitizer, as available, will be placed at the entrance of each work site.
Workers will be reminded to keep all areas free of debris and wiped down throughout the day.
WORK SITE COMMUNICATION
Project Leaders will communicate with clients through email, telephone, and/or video conferencing, until further notice. In-person meetings are strongly discouraged for everyone’s health and safety. If an in-person meeting is deemed necessary by upper management, social distancing guidelines will be enforced.
WORK SITE ILLNESSES
Proper signage will be placed at each work site stating that no one with an illness will be granted access.
Team members exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 will not report to work and subsequently receive appropriate testing prior to mandatory quarantine.
Any signs of other illnesses will be reported to upper management for evaluation.
As COVID-19 developments are announced by the Governor’s office, we will continue to communicate with you as we update our policies and procedures.