We Are Open During COVID-19
We at B&M Roofing hope this message finds you, your families, and your colleagues doing well. As we all learn to navigate through the current crisis of COVID-19, it’s what we do together that is going to shape the future for us all. We are taking extra precautions to promote health and safety in our office and on all of our projects. We want you to know B&M Roofing is still working as an essential business and we are eager to assist you with all your roofing needs. This means all of our employees are encouraged to work from home when possible and we are doing what we can to continue to be successful on our projects including:
- Practicing social distancing
- Putting a strong emphasis on avoiding group interactions
- Hand sanitizing stations on our job sites and in our office
- Checking and recording employees health at the beginning of each work day
- Providing our crews with personal protective equipment (PPE)We thank all of our customers for supporting us over the years and we look forward to overcoming this together.
We are offering free roof inspections, emergency roof repairs, flat roofing, steep roofing, and metal panels. Continue to contact us at 303.443.5843 or submit an online request for your services: https://bmroofing.com/service-requests/
Coronovirus Safety Stand Down
COVID-19 BEST PRACTICE TASK FORCE
AGC of Colorado’s Best Practices Task Force is asking all AGC/C members to hold Coronavirus Safety Stand Downs at their jobsites on Thursday, April 9th. The Coronavirus Safety Stand Down is a national movement orchestrated by AGC of America. The event will occur throughout the day due to the stand down being on a rolling schedule to help limit large crew gatherings. Click HERE to view a special message from AGC of America CEO Stephen E. Sandherr on why you should participate. AGC of America’s safety team has crafted guidelines to help you organize the stand downs in a socially distanced way and provide content to share with your teams. Please click HERE to download the stand down resources kit. The kit includes a simple guide to participate in the stand down as well as toolbox talks and other resources.Draft agenda for Thursday’s Coronavirus Safety Stand Down:
- Rolling stand-downs will begin between 9:00 and 10:00. All groups limited to no more than 10 people.
- AGC of America’s Coronavirus Toolbox Talk will be reviewed.
- Highlight the new signage and posters for COVID-19 Safety that AGC has made available.
- Stress that the COVID-19 protocols are safety requirements that are equally important as other safety requirements on the project. (For example, as important as fall protection.)
- Stress the need for workers to maintain social distancing and not take breaks with anyone other than their small work crews.
- Stress that we are under a microscope in terms of the public and there is still a potential to be shut down.
- Wearing face coverings when on site shows the public we are taking this seriously.
- If you don’t follow the rules, you will be told to leave the job.
- If we don’t follow the rules as a group, the job could be shut down.Additionally, the AGC of Colorado’s Best Practices Task Force is encouraging every contractor to purchase an AGC COVID-19 Prevention banner for each of their jobsites. The banner represents the commitment and solidarity to workers, their families and the communities in which we work. Order your banner from Gary at Ken’s Reproductions (firstname.lastname@example.org) or click HERE to download.Please email email@example.com if you plan to participate in the Coronavirus Safety Stand Down and let us know approximate number of employees participating so that we can update AGC of America and the local media.