COVID-19 Resources


Creating a safe work environment for all our employees has been a top priority for our company for over 70 years, and it’s never been more important than it is today.


In order to protect the health, safety and well-being of not only our employees, but their families, the local community and everyone in our industry, we’ve taken additional precautions in preparing our facilities and staff for a safe return to work. This includes the development of signage, collateral and other resources related to COVID-19 that have been made available to our employees and implemented in and around our facilities.


Because we believe these safety materials and assets could also be beneficial for our customers, partners and other businesses in our industry, we’re pleased to make them available here for download.


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Safe Return to Work: Tools, Forms & Presentations

This presentation, intended to be shared with all employees upon returning to work, provides guidelines, recommendations and best practices for keeping yourself, coworkers and the workplace environment clean and safe.
The sign off form captures each employee's signature confirming they participated in the orientation presentation.
Pocket cards, sized to allow employees to carry with them for reference, contain reminders and best practices for safely returning to work.
This short presentation provides supervisors and managers with tips for effectively communicating with their teams about staying safe and a communication plan if an exposure does occur.
This form is to be used by supervisors and managers to log details about employees who have concerns about returning to work. 
This spreadsheet document helps to track employee return to work exceptions.
Provides guidelines and procedures for keeping conference rooms safe for everyone.
This document includes a couple ideas for how to make opening doors "hands free".
This newsletter template can be used to regularly communicate changes in the workplace as a result of COVID-19.

Handling Covid-19 Cases: Tools & Forms

If a COVID-19 case is confirmed or suspected, this playbook offers steps to take in order to maintain the health and safety of the employee's coworkers and work environment that may have been exposed; assigns who would be responsible for the execution of each step of the plan.
This spreadsheet document helps to track employees who may have come in close contact with someone with a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19.
This spreadsheet document helps to track all employees who have confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19.

Safety Guidelines For Vehicles and Deliveries

This document outlines for staff what parts, surfaces or items on company vehicles or vehicle deliveries that are required to be disinfected after each use or transfer of the vehicle.
Spanish language version of the document that outlines for staff what parts, surfaces or items on company vehicles or vehicle deliveries that are required to be disinfected after each use or transfer of the vehicle.
This document outlines guidelines that should be followed when accepting freight deliveries.
This document outlines guidelines that should be followed when accepting truck/chassis/trailer deliveries or when transferring product or vehicles between branches.

Outdoor Signage

Sign instructing employees to stay home when sick and to contact a health care provider if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
Spanish language version of sign instructing employees to stay home when sick and to contact a health care provider if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
Sign containing a notice to visitors that an appointment is required to enter the building and a phone number to call if assistance is needed.
This document outlines the process and procedures that visitors need to adhere to when checking in/checking out of the building.

Indoor Signage

Sign created for individual office workspaces containing notice for observing safe distancing guidelines.
Sign created for shared workspaces containing notice for observing safe distancing guidelines and recommendation for communicating with employees working within a shared workspace.
Sign that reminds and thanks people for keeping a safe distance of six feet.
Spanish language version of the sign that reminds and thanks people for keeping a safe distance of six feet.
Sign that includes steps to follow to help all employees stay healthy and safe.
Spanish language version of the sign that includes steps to follow to help all employees stay healthy and safe.
Sign that informs that an area is off limits and under quarantine.
The document includes numerous signs for the cafeteria that are related to keeping safe distances from coworkers, cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and appliances that are shared, and informing employees if any appliances are temporarily out of service for precautionary purposes.
Sign that requests employees use their elbow or shoulder to open the door rather than touching the door handle.

Cleaning Checklists

This document contains a checklist of all the items and surfaces in the bathroom that are required to be checked, cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis.
This document contains a checklist of all the items and surfaces in the cafeteria that are required to be checked, cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis.
This document contains a checklist of all the items and surfaces in the meeting room areas that are required to be checked, cleaned and disinfected on a daily basis.

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