COVID-19: Still Serving
All CRS Employees Are Fully Covid-19 Vaccinated!
To Request Their Documents Prior To Your Job Please Email Or Call Us!
COVID-19 UPDATE: We Are Back OPEN
We, Will, Be Following “Strict Government COVID-19 Guidelines & Safety Plans Will Be On-Site” For The Safety Of Our Staff As Well As The Public And Our Valued Customers.
Through the COVID-19 epidemic, our employees will continue to work in a safe and healthy environment that includes proper sanitation, hand washing, proper use of facemasks and PPE when appropriate as well as social distancing practices. In line with national work, health, and safety requirements and the current health and safety obligations to meet COVID-19 working requirements, Carpet Removal Sydney, commits to operating in accordance with the proper precautions and procedures, recommended by the government of New South Wales, to minimise the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
The health and safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. The following precautionary measures are being implemented on all work sites:
Ensuring the Government’s social distancing criteria are met at all times by:
• Limiting access to any building site to essential workers involved in inactivity on the given day
• Applying the 1 person per 4 square metre rule for demolition work being undertaken in enclosed and/or internal spaces – This Rule Is No Longer Valid
• Limiting any external visitors or third parties to be by exception and appointment only and when no one else is on-site apart from workers and our site supervisors.
Ensure the Government’s self-isolation rules are met at all times by:
• Contacting the homeowner prior to each working day to confirm that no person in the home is required to self-isolate
• Keeping any person displaying cold, flu, or similar symptoms away from sites until the symptoms have passed or a negative test is provided to the site supervisor
• Enforcing the 14-day self-isolation policy for anyone returning from overseas or interstate immediately
• Keeping any person who has been in close contact and required to self-isolate away from the site
Managing the customer (when homeowner remains on-site) by:
• Providing the homeowner with an outline of all COVID-19 site safety measures that will be implemented on-site and providing updates on any changes
• Communicating with homeowners, using phone or electronic means, for decisions affecting building contract conditions or work schedule
Isolating all demolition work areas from non-demolition work areas by:
• Providing all necessary clear work zones and work stations for dedicated tasks
• Providing physical separation and barriers between demolition work and non-demolition work areas
• Carrying out as many tasks as possible external to the building (with appropriate noise control and safety measures)
Ensure workers have access to appropriate PPE by:
• Providing all workers with access to personal protective equipment including clothing, gloves, masks, and eye protection appropriate to the work they are performing on-site
• Ensuring all contractors entering the site have their own personal protective equipment
Ensure adequate hygiene and safety facilities are provided on-site for all workers by:
• Providing adequate cleaning products and facilities for all people on site
• Implementing regular hand washing for all workers
• Regularly cleaning and disinfecting of any equipment and/or tools
• Minimise dust, waste build-up, and removal of waste to maintain a safe and comfortable environment for homeowners while work is carried out
Facilitate contactless payments and manage operation times by:
• Going contactless as far as payments and paperwork
• Maintaining work site operation times that coincide with when homeowners are off-site (where possible)
Managing project scheduling to minimise overlaps and numbers of people on-site by:
• Implementing a rule of ‘no more than seven (7) total workers on-site rule’ – This Rule Is No Longer Valid
(There will be a limit of up to two workers (2) for indoor services and five workers (5) for outdoor services) – This Rule Is No Longer Valid
• Scheduling sub-trades and work to minimise people on-site and have designated work zones away from other workers performing different tasks
• Maintaining a daily record of all persons on site
• Supporting workers to travel alone in the company or private vehicles to and from site