Irby Construction has a task force in place to monitor and implement new business policies and processes as needed to effectively address Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The team has developed an in-depth Business Continuity Plan that addresses essential business processes and covers in detail incident activation triggers, pandemic response, alternative staffing, planning details, and more.
We are working closely with strategic partners to proactively anticipate how the Coronavirus may impact our work. Although there are no immediate threats to the necessary resources, we are keeping in constant communication with our workforce, suppliers, and partners.
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Irby Construction is operating in accordance with guidelines set forth by the CDC and OSHA. Safety and news alerts from the CDC, OSHA, and the World Health Organization (WHO) are being monitored on a daily basis.
We are implementing specialized training initiatives to help ensure our employees understand both prevention measures and the critical importance of reporting symptoms. We are practicing social distancing and implementing new safety programs explicitly related to this outbreak.
We are working with professionals to sanitize our corporate offices and instructing our team on how to disinfect their vehicles.
Irby is following the guidelines of a detailed Pandemic Plan put in place by the Quanta Services Corporate Safety Group. The Pandemic Plan has been made available to our clients and vendors.
In the event of a suspected or confirmed case of Covid-19 among Irby employees, we will immediately notify anyone they may have had contact with at a job site, in an office, or any other setting. We will also inform Quanta Services Corporate Safety and/or Risk Management and they would activate their Crisis Management Team.
Employees who are symptomatic, are confirmed positive for the Coronavirus, or who have been in contact with someone who is symptomatic or a confirmed case of the virus will be put on leave until further notice.