Coronavirus Management Plan
- Facilitate Workers/Employees getting vaccinated.
- Actively encourage sick workers/employees – and those displaying flu-like symptoms – to stay home. (“Worker/Employee” means worker or employee for Webcor, our subcontractors, designers, consultants, etc.)
- Send employees home immediately who show signs and symptoms of flu-like or acute respiratory illness symptoms.
- Instruct any Workers/Employees who are infected, or unvaccinated who have had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 to stay home from work.
- Encourage everyone to wash hands with soap and water frequently for a minimum of 20 seconds each time.
- Set-up additional hand washing stations on our project sites.
- Provide jobsites with communication posters to help educate everyone on signs and symptoms and hand washing.
- Provide hand sanitizer in common areas as a reminder.
- Provide Workers/Employees with face covering or surgical masks, as appropriate.
- Perform routine environmental cleaning, such as sanitizing surfaces, including workstations, countertops and doorknobs, provide disposable wipes.
- Increase Janitorial Services on our projects for restrooms and jobsite offices.
- Implement physical distancing in communal work areas.
- Implement anonymous process for Workers/Employees to voice concerns about COVID-19 related hazards.
- Provide information and training to employees on:
- cough & sneeze etiquette
- avoiding close contact with sick persons
- avoiding touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
- avoid sharing personal items with co-workers (i.e. dishes, cups, utensils, towels)
- providing tissues, no-touch disposal receptacles, hand sanitizer for use by employees
Identification & Containment
- If an Employee/Worker is Sick or Shows Signs of Illness
- If an employee calls in sick and indicates they have flu-like symptoms, they will be asked to stay home until they are symptom-free and/or see a doctor and get released. We will require positive confirmation that they are healthy before they can return to work.
- If an employee states that they have COVID-19, we will require them to stay home, and they will not return to the work until they are released.
- If We Have a Confirmed Case of COVID-19
- The worker/employee will be removed from the job site and/or directed not to return to the project site until they are released from medical care. We would work with that employee and/or subcontractor to follow all appropriate and required procedures.
- Notifications to all required stakeholders will follow needed meetings to manage the exposure and understand the risk to other project members.
- We will conduct and investigate to understand the direct contact(s) the infected worker had with other workers and understand the areas that the worker performed work so we can determine potential contamination and apply proper disinfection.
- If a Worker Tests Positive Who Has Worked on a Project Site
- If an employee test positive for COVID 19, we will follow CDC and local health guidelines for proper notification and investigation. We will ensure the proper steps are taken with regard to isolation; the individual will not be able to return to work until he has been released from medical care.
- In addition, we will investigate with the individual, coworkers, and employer to identify others who might have been in contact or exposed to in order to determine if additional individuals will need to be isolated and temporarily removed from the site. Workers/Employees have the right to assert a legal right regarding our collection and use of your information under applicable law.
- We will also follow our disinfection procedure to clean the site of the potential contaminated areas as outlined below.
Disinfection & Recovery
- Routine cleaning of frequently touched surfaces, including door handles, elevator buttons, inside construction car, equipment, and tool handles. These actions are being logged and tracked hourly.
- Increased cleaning for eating area, restrooms, and common areas.
- Increased cleaning of personnel hoists and inside construction elevators.
- Increased cleaning jobsite entrances (gates and doors).
- Increased routine cleaning of heavy equipment such as scissor lifts, ladders, forklift, etc.
- Placement of additional cleaning products available for all workers to spray and disinfectant for commonly used tools and equipment shared by workers.
Supply Chain Disruption