Our COVID 19 Safety

Here at Keystone Hardwood Floor Care, we’re committed to safe practices. At our customer’s request, we will wear masks and use necessary precautions while providing you with the best hardwood floor care services.  

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COVID-19 Business Operation Plan for Keystone Hardwood Floor Care, Inc
Keystone recognizes that in operating our business, there are risks of exposure to COVID-19 for employees and customers, as it is highly contagious and has a mortality rate greater than the flu. In addition:
• COVID-19 can spread easily and exponentially
• While persons of all ages are at risk for catching COVID-19, individuals with compromised immune systems and the elderly may be at particular risk.
In operating, Keystone acknowledges the risks of COVID-19 exposure to its employees and customers and is committed to providing a safe and healthy business environment. To ensure that, the following Business Operation Plan (Plan) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been developed. All employees, including managers and staff, are responsible for implementing and complying with all aspects of this Plan to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 in our workplaces, and requires full cooperation among staff and management. Only through this cooperative effort can the safety and health of all staff and persons in our workplace be maintained and established. Keystone managers and supervisors have full support in enforcing the provisions of this policy.
Our staff is our most important assets, and we want to ensure that they and our customers remain healthy and safe. We are serious about safety and health and keeping our staff working at Keystone Hardwood Floor Care, INc. Our Plan follows Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, as well as the federal OSHA standards related to COVID-19, and addresses the following:
1. Infection prevention measures;
2. Prompt identification and isolation of sick persons;
3. Engineering and administrative controls for social distancing, including reduced occupancy requirements;
4. Sanitation policies and procedures, including cleaning, disinfecting and decontamination where infection has been identified;
5. Communications and training for managers and staff necessary to implement the plan; and
6. Procedures to ensure effective ongoing implementation of the plan.