Keeping job sites open amidst a pandemic is integral for the well-being of Ontarians and our economy alike. At Triple M, we realize that the only way jobs sites will remain open is if we take preventative measures to stop the spread of the virus and abide by government recommendations.
Under Ontario law, employers have an obligation to keep workers and work sites safe and free of hazards (including COVID-19 to the extent that we can control its spread).
Below are some of the ways that we’re keeping our workers safe and job sites open so we can meet deadlines and keep our economy running.
1. Making health & safety the #1 priority
We are fortunate to have positive feedback from our clients. They often tell us, one of the most frequent complaints they hear from the clients they work with is that the construction and demolition companies they hire don’t follow the basic health and safety rules and guidelines during the best of times. Now, during a global pandemic, many of those same companies are taking a much too relaxed approach to a virus that can make people very sick, close down job sites, and delay important projects.
At Triple M Demolition, we’ve always made job site cleanliness a top priority and, since the beginning of this pandemic, we’ve gone above and beyond industry standards to ensure everyone remains healthy.
Water stations, cleaning facilities, and physical distancing measures have been installed and mandated on all job sites. If there is more than one person in a truck, they are required to wear a mask.
2. Avoiding supply chain issues
We largely avoided all supply chain issues associated with PPE. Why? Because masks and gloves are something our workers regularly use in the day-to-day operations of our business.
Planning ahead and having reserves of important PPE has always been part of our best practices and now, more than ever, it’s paying off!
Rest assured that all the Triple M employees that show up on your job site will be properly equipped.
3. Offering increased commercial cleaning services
Dealing with dangerous and hazardous materials can be a regular part of our day-to-day business. Equipped with hazmat suits, our team is experienced at cleaning and disposing of hazardous materials found at job sites.
In the age of COVID-19, this experience has translated into opportunities to clean and disinfect job sites to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Our industry-leading health and safety measures will always be a focus for our company.
If you have any questions about our increased safety measures, job site cleanliness, or anything related to demolition, be sure to contact us!