Swinerton’s Executive team along with other key leaders on our COVID-19 Task Force are monitoring the situation daily to ensure we are taking the right precautions for our employees, business partners, and communities during these unprecedented times.
The primary drivers of our planning and decisions are first, the health and safety of our employees and communities, and second, sustaining operations which support the livelihoods of our teams.
Below is information we hope you find helpful. More specific information can be found in Swinerton’s Covid-19 Management Plan
Why is Swinerton Working?
To date construction has consistently been designated as essential throughout the various orders issued by counties, and States. This means it is expected that we will continue to provide our services to build the infrastructure in a way that provides for greatest health and safety for our workers and the community. This includes following guidelines and recommendations of the CDC and OSHA and when possible allowing workers not performing these essential services to work from home.
How Are Workers Staying Healthy and Safe?
Health and safety has always been our highest priority and now, more than ever, it is in the forefront of everything we do. We have comprehensive safety practices in our industry and are quickly adding the newest recommendations related to making our jobs safe related to COVID-19. Thank you for bringing your observation to our attention and we will reinforce to our teams once again the critical nature of adhering to our new Swinerton COVID-19 Plan. Key elements include:
- Recommended cleaning and social distancing plans
- Exposure risk assessment tools
- Optional health assessments
We are All in This Together
We are proud that Swinerton is an employee-owned company. Most importantly, Swinerton is a family. Part of the responsibility of being a family is to care and support one another in challenging times. This includes sustaining our operations in order to sustain the livelihoods of over 4500 employees.