We would like to let you know what we are doing at Lowitt Alarms to keep you, our employees, and our community safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. Providing a safe and healthy environment to our clients and community has always been one of Lowitt Alarms' core values. As part of that, Lowitt Alarms follows stringent internal safety and hygiene requirements and protocols.
Referencing the most recent information provided by the CDC and WHO, the leadership team has provided guidelines for the entire corporation to ensure we are following the most up-to-date recommendations to control the spread of COVID-19:
We have installed additional hand sanitizing stations at entrances to all Lowitt Alarms in-office areas and informed our employees that if they feel ill or have a fever they should stay home and that no one who feels ill or has a fever will be allowed to work.
Employees who have a fever or are feeling unwell will not be allowed to return to work until at least 72 hours after they are free of fever, signs of a fever, and any other symptoms without the use of fever-reducing or other symptom-altering medicines.
We have implemented hand sanitizing procedures for our in-home technicians before, and after in-home visits.
We have designated secure, separate locations for our Network Infrastructure and Customer Service teams in order to ensure our full services remain available for our customers.
We will continue to closely monitor the situation as it evolves and update our practices as necessary.
We appreciate the trust and loyalty you place in us every day, and we especially appreciate your cooperation with us during this time. We are working very hard to ensure that Lowitt Alarms continues to be a safe and healthy environment, to best serve all members of our community.
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