A quick follow-up to the latest COVID-19 Protocol update email. I wanted to ensure everyone read past the masks are no longer required and are customer preference now, and aware the Administrative requirements below are still in effect.
The following administrative practices are required of all employees, contractors, and subcontractors:
Self-certification: By coming to work, an employee is certifying they are not ill with COVID or hasn’t had “close contact” exposure. (See table below)
Notification: If a worker becomes ill with confirmed COVID-19 or had “close contact” exposure, they will inform their supervisor. Any ill or possibly exposed worker should follow the Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines in the table below.
Note: Employees, contractors, and subcontractors are also required to abide by any additional notification protocols outlined by the program administrator they are servicing in the delivery of energy efficiency measures. In instances where a crew member tests positive for COVID, the contractor shall have an obligation to contact and notify any customers whom the crew member has been in contact with for the last 5 days.
Customer Pre-Screening: Customers will be pre-screened regarding the COVID-19 status of people at the property. If a customer responds that someone has COVID now, has tested positive but did not have symptoms, or was ill recently, work should be rescheduled for a minimum of 10 days from the date of the COVID-positive test or from the date symptoms reportedly started.