Investment in Safety of Shipping and Receiving Keeping Supply Channel Secure!
Is Delivery & Shipping Packages and Areas Safe During The Coronavirus Pandemic?
There is evidence the virus can live on packaging for a days. You might want to consider sanitize and disinfect your package with disinfectant and then disposing of the boxes quickly.
As a shipping and receiving agent or mail and parcel office delivery , you need to make sure your environment is disinfected and clean . The potential sources of exposure include having close contact with packages, co-workers or delivery recipients, or when you touch surfaces touched or handled by a person who has COVID-19.
Solution & Method
1- Stay home if you are sick
2- Wear a cloth face coverings or masks and gloves
3- Limit Contacts
4- Get COVID-19 Training - Manage Liability
5- Clean and Disinfect:
Use Hypoallergenic, Non-Toxic Safe disinfectant.
If surfaces are visibly dirty, they should be cleaned with detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.
Carry cleaning and disinfectant disposable Sprayer or Fogger. Follow the directions on the cleaning product’s label.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces of the delivery vehicle (particularly if it is shared), ladder, dolly and cart at the start and end of the shift.
Clean and disinfect frequently vehicles and lift, these include the steering wheel, gearshift, signaling levers, and door handles.
Wipe down or spray pens, clipboards, and electronic signature pads after each use with the public if shared when performing a delivery.
Deploy Digital Social Distancing. Thermal Monitoring, Entry Testing, Proximity and Hot Zone Monitoring Systems & Technology
Investment in Safety of Shipping and Receiving Employee- Keeping Supply Channel Secure!
1- Get your shipping and receiving staff COVID-19 training
2- Provide personal hygiene guide line and requirements for employees, including hand washing and proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
3- Establish Social distancing rules for the workplace and permitting employees to work from home where appropriate. Ask Disinfection Squad for Technologies that can assist you managing social distancing in work areas
4- Elevate attention to disinfecting work areas, break room and restroom facilities.
5- Instruct employees to conduct a complete between-shift wipe-down , Spray or Fogging of handrails, desks, lifts and other equipment workers typically come in contact with. Studies show the virus can live on surfaces up to 24 hours on cardboard and up to three days on plastics and stainless steel surfaces.
6- Ensuring adequate quantities and use of hand sanitizers and antiseptic wipes. Consider non-traditional sources—some distilleries and breweries are shifting alcohol to sanitizers.
7- Limiting access to the facility. Meet drivers and other non-essential visitors in the yard vs. having them come into the facility, and if required to enter take their temperatures first. Ask Disinfection Squad for Technologies that can assist you managing access control and security
8- Limit daily breaks and lunch to on-site locations so workers are not exposed to infections outside of the workplace. Limit interaction among employees during shift changes. Conduct regular team stand-up meetings in smaller groups. Ask Disinfection Squad for Technologies that can assist you managing social distancing in break rooms
9- For new hires, COVID-19 Training and daily temperature checks and bar anyone who appears to have a fever or respiratory illness. Also conduct temperature checks of employees arriving and departing the facility. Ask Disinfection Squad for Technologies that can assist you managing Thermal monitoring and recording as part of potential contact tracing .
Our critical Disinfection Service is ideal for businesses that have had COVID-19 exposure. Our experts will work with you to understand your unique facility, processes, and needs so that we can determine the appropriate level of protection and disinfection customize solution for you.