GUIDELINES & RESOURCES
ABI ADVANTAGE LLC
COVID19 GUIDELINES AND RESOURCES
GUIDELINES by definition will mean those deemed as appropriate behavior and actions as stated by all U.S. Federal, State, and local laws, executive orders, and regulations, and within reasonable requests of associated parties working for or on behalf of ABI Advantage LLC.
ALL PARTIES by definition will include any customer, vendor, subcontractor, third-party, affiliate, employee, or anyone else working on behalf of ABI Advantage LLC.
All parties will provide their own PPE and disinfectant in relation to the actions they are performing.
A fever temperature will be determined as the minimum temperature to be considered a fever and will be the standard all parties will use while interacting. At the time of this writing, the CDC uses 100.4°F or higher to be considered a fever.
All parties will let their ABI representative know prior to meeting in person if there are any guidelines they would like to add to the standard guidelines.
On-site screening forms will be performed daily for all contracted site work. ABI has a standard form they use and is available for viewing upon request
ABI and its subcontractors will deploy a very small safe crew consisting of two or three people wherever possible. This will have the least amount of impact on your building’s daily operations and reduce the potential for person to person contact.
Anyone noticing someone out of compliance with the Guidelines will report it immediately
Guidance for Businesses
What Construction Workers need to know about COVID-19
SOME IMPORTANT ALERTS TO MENTION
Alert 3989: Prevent Worker Exposure to Coronavirus
Alert 3994: Ten Steps All Workplaces Can Take to Reduce Risk of Exposure to Coronavirus
Alert 4000: COVID-19 Guidance for the ConstructionWorkforce
Alert 4027: COVID-19 Guidance on Social Distancing at Work
Last Updated:8/17/2020, v1