As we continue to monitor the unforeseen situation that is present with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and associated illnesses, Scherer Electric has developed this policy to maintain a safe and healthy environment for all team members, visitors, and our customers.
Scherer Electric wishes to ensure all customers that we have continuity plans in place to deliver uninterrupted service and support to customers as we navigate the uncertainty of COVID-19.
Scherer Electric’s Team
Scherer Electric has implemented an extensive COVID-19 Policy accompanied by Scherer Electric’s COVID-19 Temporary Risk Management Procedures. We have implemented additional sanitization and cleaning protocols in our office, warehouses, fleet vehicles, and work locations. We have equipped field staff with the necessary equipment to ensure safe working procedures in homes and businesses of our customers. We have increased options for remote work where possible. The policy and procedures set in place are largely precautionary and will be constantly monitored and adjusted.
Scherer Electric’s Plan
No employees showing symptoms of COVID-19 will be working while showing symptoms and will not return until medically cleared. Prior to each home visit, your technician will call to confirm the appointment. At this time, the technician will describe the increased sanitary measures and confirm nobody at the location is experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or has experienced symptoms within the past 48 hours.
All our installers are equipped with hand sanitizer and wipes for all surfaces. In addition, we all wear disposable protective shoe coverings in your home which are disposed of after every home visit. They have N95 masks on their trucks; which if you will feel more comfortable, they are happy to wear them in your home at your request. We are a smaller operation and the exposure for our employees are minimal. That translates to minimal exposure for you and your family in your home.
We encourage those who are well to keep their appointments. Customers who are ill or high risk, we wish for you to reschedule, and every effort to reschedule at your convenience will be made. We ask all customers to respect the health and safety of our team and community.
As we continue to monitor the situations, further communications may be updated.
Should you have any questions regarding this policy or wish to discuss our COVID-19 practices, please contact Kenneth Scherer at 716-648-6272 ext. 221 or CCR@schererelectric.com.
Deborah A. Scherer, owner
There is much to consider regarding the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus) and its possible transmission in your home. While there are various and effective indoor air quality measures available to help protect your safety, including duct sanitization, ultraviolet (UV) germicidal light treatment, and HEPA air filters, they alone cannot protect from all forms of COVID-19 transmission. It is important to follow all official guidelines for preventing the spread of this virus.