Diamond Roofing Systems is committed to the health and safety of all of its employees and making sure that information is provided to those employees in an effort to maintain a safe and healthy work environment. We’re dedicated to helping keep businesses up and running and we are taking precautions to ensure that we keep our customers and associates as safe as possible.
We understand that it may be difficult to invest in capital projects during these uncertain times, but your roofing concerns could lead to a larger expense if you wait! We will work with you to take a look at your budgeting needs and how we can best support you during this unprecedented time. Not sure if you have a roofing need or concern? Our Diamond Inspection team are taking a comprehensive approach when evaluating your roof and follows all CDC guidelines as an essential employer.
Our employees keep your safety in mind. A new safety policy is set in place for all crew members, inspectors, and management when installing roof systems. We require no interaction with inside employees and the use of all equipment will be outside of the building to ensure there is no interaction. If necessary to meet with a company representative; our personnel will be practicing social distancing and will be wearing a mask.
All service and production employees shall be responsible in making sure that they are “Fit For Work” this means that any employee who is feeling ill shall notify their immediate supervisor and report off for their scheduled hours. All employees will be encouraged to seek medical attention using their Primary Care Physician and get a return to work slip. If an employee does not seek medical attention, then an employee shall use the standard of not returning to work until they are symptom free for over 72 hours without the use of medication.
Production and Service Employees
All service and production employees shall be sure to use the following guidelines in preventing the spread off illness or disease by:
All questions regarding our safety policy during the COVID-19 pandemic shall be directed to the Safety Coordinator, Ted Luman.
Together we will get through this! Lets support one another and stay strong.
Updated April 20, 2020