COVID-19 Response

Allied Mechanical Services COVID-19 Response

In response to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, Allied Mechanical Services has been taking action to ensure the health and safety of our employees. Facilities are constantly being sanitized, employees are completing health forms daily, and employees are practicing safe social distancing tactics on jobs deemed essential. We are continuing to follow CDC guidelines to ensure that all state mandated essential facilities stay up and running while keeping our employees safe. 

Latest Updates

Allied Mechanical Services, in its efforts to adopt social distancing and other mitigation measures to protect its employees have taken the following actions during the COVID-19 pandemic:

March 25: Established rules separated office and shop personnel to limit potential wide-spread exposure.

March 24: EO 2020-21 (Stay Home, Stay Safe Order) into effect. Multi-office employees restricted to one office. Promoted remote work to its fullest extent possible. Divided office personnel into separate units, rotating between office and remote work. Limited personnel to essential employees only. Re-emphasized social distancing rules and proper hygiene. Essential Supplier letters delivered to suppliers.

March 20: Put into place Employee Self-Reporting form. Required employees to answer three question survey prior to entering workplace/jobsite.

March 20: Established temporary return to work policy. Employees missing work due to illness must pass health evaluation prior to returning to work. Evaluation includes symptom and temperature check.

March 16: Prevented all non-employees from entering buildings. Buildings only accessible via key card.

March 13: Enacted Infectious Disease Control Policy. Encouraged proper hygiene etiquette, staying home when ill, limiting travel, telecommuting, and establishing social distancing guidelines.



Essential Business – Employee Letter

Infectious Disease Control Policy

Return to Work Policy