PPE MEASURES AT TOOLBOYS FOR COVID-19
PPE (Personal Prevention Equipment) measures at ToolBoys
Given the developing situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we wanted to reassure you that we remain dedicated to continuing to support you with the highest quality of service.
The safety and wellbeing of our all clients, our suppliers, our technicians, our entire team, and the community remain the top priority.
COVID-19 pandemic is termed as the global health crisis of our time due to the significant and ongoing person to person spread over multiple countries around the world. Transmission can be through small droplets from an infected person when coughs or exhales the droplet.
Our entire team is guided and trained to take extra precautionary measures. Therefore, we conduct every week a presentation to educate our team on how to protect themselves and our valuable clients.
We have trained our team to cover the mouth and nose with the bent elbow or tissue when they cough or sneeze and then dispose of the used tissue immediately. Frequently wash the hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. When soap and running water are unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand rub with at least 70% alcohol. Always wash hands that are visibly soiled.
Maintain a safe distance while at work or at clients place, even in the Van not more than 3 employees are allowed to sit. All the drivers have instructed to sterilize surfaces inside the vehicle with disinfectants containing at least 60% alcohol. The surfaces that most commonly contact in the vehicle are steering wheel, ignition buttons, the seats, shift stick, armrest of the driver, and the seat adjuster.
On a daily basis, we check the temperature of our employees with an Infrared device, any employee who has fewer or any symptoms are not allowed to work.
Our entire team is guided and trained to take extra precautionary measures. We conduct every week a presentation to educate our team on how to protect themself and our valuable clients. The following are the mandatory PPE (personal protective equipment) regulations to protect the community. The following are the mandatory PPE (personal protective equipment) regulations to protect the community.