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Emergency Plan for Covid-19

Download the Emergency Plan here

Jean Allen, Employment Services Manager, will be the contact and coordinator for the emergency plan for Covid-19.

Purpose

This emergency plan is designed to reduce the risk of exposure of the ITI workforce to Covid-19. Also, to provide information and safe working environments for our employees and client work environments.

Assessment of Risk

Assessment of risk will be monitored each day for each state in which ITI work is performed. State information will be monitored as well as county information. Information about specific clients will be monitored as to whether or not ITI employees will enter the facility.

The following actions will be taken as it is determined that the risk now warrants the action.

Offices

  • Will be wiped down at least once every four hours.
  • CDC recommended guidelines will be followed for the disinfectants used and what is wiped down.
  • As much as possible, employees will maintain the 6-foot social distancing.
  • Employees will be encouraged to wash hands frequently following CDC recommended guidelines.
  • Access to the offices will be limited. No outside visitors will be allowed unless doing business with ITI.
  • All deliveries will be brought in through a back or side door and all items will be sprayed with Lysol spray and left to disinfect before being opened.
  • There is limited access to working from home, but it will be utilized.
Employee Working Environments

Owensboro, KY - all worksites are off site at client locations

  • Travel to and from a worksite will take into account social distancing as much as possible. 2-3 people will be allowed to travel in one vehicle. Vans can accommodate 3 people but employees will need to sit with one in driver seat, one in middle, and one in back of van. Trucks will accommodate only two people.
  • Will be sanitized each night upon return to the shop.
  • Jean Allen will monitor communication from clients and share the information with employees.
  • Employees will be asked to self-monitor his/her health before coming in to work. If any answers on the ITI assessment form become “maybe” or “yes”, the employee will call Jean Allen or Josh Thrash. Employee understands they do not report to work sick.
  • Employees are expected to comply with state, local, and company guidelines for reducing the risk of spread of Covid-19.

El Paso, TX – worksite at Marathon Refinery or Office

  • Will follow all guidelines of Marathon worksite.
  • Employees will be asked to self-monitor his/her health before coming in to work. If any answers on the Marathon assessment form become “maybe” or “yes”, the employee will call Robert Hernandez or Jean Allen.
  • Office trailer will be wiped down at least once every four hours.
  • CDC recommended guidelines will be followed for the disinfectants used and what is wiped down.
  • Communication will occur with employees for understanding or state, local, or Marathon guidelines concerning Covid-19.
  • Employees are expected to follow state, local, and Marathon guidelines concerning Covid-19.

Gallup, NM - worksite at Marathon Refinery

  • Will follow all guidelines of Marathon worksite.
  • Employees will be asked to self-monitor his/her health before coming in to work. If any answers on the Marathon assessment form become “maybe” or “yes”, the employee will call Johnathan Gonzalez or Jean Allen.
  • Office trailer will be wiped down at least once every four hours.
  • CDC recommended guidelines will be followed for the disinfectants used and what is wiped down.
  • Communication will occur with employees for understanding state, local, or Marathon guidelines concerning Covid-19.
  • Employees are expected to follow state, local, and Marathon guidelines concerning Covid-19.

Deer Park, TX – all worksites are off site at client locations

  • Travel to and from a worksite will take into account social distancing as much as possible. 2-3 people will be allowed to travel in one vehicle. Vans can accommodate 3 people but employees will need to sit with one in driver seat, one in middle, and one in back of van. Trucks will accommodate only two people.
  • Will be sanitized each night upon return to the shop.
  • Jean Allen will monitor communication from clients and share the information with employees.
  • Employees will be asked to self-monitor his/her health before coming in to work. If any answers on the ITI assessment form become “maybe” or “yes”, the employee will call Jean Allen or Terry Holland. Employee understands they do not report to work sick.
  • Communication will occur with employees for understanding state, local, or Marathon guidelines concerning Covid-19.
  • Employees are expected to comply with state, local, and company guidelines for reducing the risk of spread of Covid-19.
Jean Allen
Employment Services Manager