COVID-19 Community Response
The COVID-19 crisis has brought both challenges and opportunities to our community.
Here’s what we’re doing to help us keep moving forward until we’re back to real handshakes and high-fives.
- All employees are required to wear face coverings while providing transportation services as well as when in the office.
- Passengers are required to wear face masks while in the vehicles.
- Signs are posted outside the office to notify all employees and guests that face coverings are required.
Cleaning & Sanitizing
- All vehicles are thoroughly sanitized and wiped down after each trip with disinfectant spray.
- Increased frequency of office cleaning has been implemented with special attention to high-contact surfaces.
- Increased number of hand sanitizer stations in the office.
- The number of passengers in the vehicle is limited to one whenever possible.
- Primarily use large vehicles to allow for physical distancing of passengers when more than one passenger is in the vehicle at the same time.
- The office has been rearranged to maintain a minimum of 6 feet between each employee and most employees work in separate offices.
- When possible, office employees are encouraged to work from home.
- Temperatures of each employee are taken before their shift and also at the end of the day when they complete their shift.
- Any employees experiencing COVID-19 symptoms are requested to notify their supervisor and stay home.
- Any employee who has been in contact with someone who has COVID-19 is also asked to stay home.