A Letter from Anlon’s President, Mike Harn:
I am sending this information out to the sub–contractors who work with our company on construction sites in Oregon.
A few key points that our business is implementing that are to be followed, effective immediately for all of our job sites:
- We will only be scheduling one trade on a job site per day. In the event that we need to send more than one trade to a site for a minor repair, we will set time windows to ensure that multiple trades are not on the site at the same time.
- We will wipe down high traffic touch areas (such as doorknobs) daily. Subcontractors are encouraged to wear gloves when possible and carry disinfectant wipes or sprays.
- When possible, subcontractors shall arrive at job sites in separate vehicles.
- Subcontractors on job sites will maintain at least a 6′ distance between other workers unless situational circumstances dictate otherwise.
- All on-site meetings & walkthroughs will take place via phone, FaceTime or other video conferencing apps when possible. Avoid face-to-face contact when possible, but if a meeting is required then proper social distancing will be required.
- Homeowner walkthroughs and punch lists will take place via phone or FaceTime or other video conferencing apps when at all possible.
- No warranty repairs will take place in occupied homes during this current order period unless it is a critical repair that cannot wait.
- Wash hands frequently if possible. If water is not available, please use hand sanitizer.
- If you are sick or have symptoms, please stay home and off our site.
Failure to follow the above rules may result in your immediate termination from our job sites. These rules are in place to protect your employees, yourself, and us.
Please be safe and protect each other. Failure to do so may result in construction in Oregon being closed down, which is not to any of our benefit and will further hurt the housing shortage we have in our state.
Thank you all for taking the time to ensure that everyone stays safe during these unfortunate times.