Keeping Our Customers & Our Employees Safe During COVID-19
Updated: Nov 20, 2020
At Hoppe Tree Service, our highest priority is the safety of our customers and our employees. We are remaining opening per the Governor's Decree (see paragraph below), and we are taking precautionary steps to ensure we protect our customers and employees and do our part to flatten the curve:
Hoppe Tree Service Office Team:
Our office staff is working from home, and will be in constant communication with daily video conference check in's. We are ready to serve you at 414-257-2111 or email@example.com
Team Health- Employees that are sick or around sick family members stay at home on paid leave. Employees are washing their hands frequently, wearing gloves and disinfecting tools and other surfaces that they come in contact with frequently.
Plant Health Care Team: Our PHC staff will continue work in small 1-2 person teams practicing social distancing, with morning roll outs staggered to limit contact with other individuals.
HTS Tree Crews:
Tree crew members are practicing social distancing with each other and our clients. This includes during arrival to your home and when we leave at the end of the job.
Crew morning roll outs are structured to avoid contact with other teams of arborists.
Crews are working in consistent small 3-4 person teams.
Tree crew members are driving one person per vehicle to and from job sites.
All company meetings are taking place using video conference technology, including our weekly crew meetings.
The company has provided sanitation products for employees to frequently use. Employees are also encouraged to bring in their own supply if it is available to them.
Employees will wear gloves (personal or work provided) while using any equipment or tool and wherever else practical.
Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time if you have questions or concerns. We can get through these challenges times by pulling together!
From March 24, 2020 Governor’s Decree: Critical trades. Building and Construction Tradesmen and Tradeswomen, and other trades including but not limited to plumbers, electricians, carpenters, laborers, sheet metal, iron workers, masonry, pipe trades, fabricators, finishers, exterminators, pesticide application, cleaning and janitorial staff for commercial and governmental properties, security staff, operating engineers, HVAC, painting, moving and relocation services, forestry and arborists, and other service providers who provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation, and essential operation of residences, Essential Activities, Essential Governmental Functions, and Essential Businesses and Operations.