For ALL Rosehill Employees:
Our local government(s) have implemented a “Stay at Home Order,” effective Tuesday, March 24 at 12:01AM. However, due to the nature of our business, we are deemed “essential” and allowed to continue to work until further notice. Keep in mind that it is voluntary as to whether or not you want to work; temporary layoff is an option. We want to do our part in stopping the spread of this virus. Given the ability to operate as an essential business we have the responsibility to take necessary steps for the safety of our employees and their families and our customers to help minimize and slow the spread of COVID-19, we are effectively implementing the following immediately:
- Adhere to the 6 ft rule of social distancing
- No more use of the timeclock. Your manager will manually enter the time into ADP
- Staggered start times that must be adhered to. Do not enter a building if someone on a different crew has not left the building.
- No one in the office. Every office at Rosehill including the general office is closed and off limits to everyone without prior approval.
- No one in the mechanic’s shop except mechanics.
- Truck keys will be left in lockers each night
- Only up to the three crew members are allowed in trucks or working together on a job site.
- Any breaks will be taken with your crew and no one else. Breaks will be taken at the job site or work area, and not in designated areas.
- QuikTrip, or gas stations are allowed only for the use of their bathrooms. Bring to work any breakfast, lunch, or personal needs. Use precautions entering and leaving those facilities.
- Work is voluntary; temporary layoff is an option
- It is critical that you do NOT report to work if you are experiencing illness symptoms such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, runny/stuffy nose, body aches, chills or fatigue; you should seek medical attention if you develop these symptoms. Please call Susan Doyle, or your supervisor if you develop any of these symptoms. The purpose of these precautions are meant for your safety, and the safety of others. If an employee develops the symptoms of COVID-19 it is important that only that person and two others have been exposed to one another.