Safety is Our Priority
Ventamatic's Response to COVID-19
Ventamatic COVID-19 Response Policy and Procedures Will Continue in Lieu of the Rescinded Statewide Mask Mandate
Governor Abbot has rescinded the statewide mask mandate effective March 10th, but we believe that COVID-19 is still at a risk where continuing to wear the proper mask is necessary. Ventamatic values the health and safety of each associate. It is part of what makes us who we are. Ventamatic’s associates will continue utilizing the following protocol as outline in our COVID-19 Response Policy and Procedures:
- Wear the prescribed mask correctly
- Perform daily COVID-19 screenings
- Continue cleaning procedures
- Continue personal hygiene procedures, such as washing hands for at least 20 seconds
- Maintain social distancing when possible, such as at breaks or lunch
These processes and procedures have been shown to be very effective. Our process, procedures and expectations surrounding COVID-19 and the safety of our associates will continue.
Our Main Focus
2. To protect our clients, vendors, partners, and their families.
3. To slow the spread of the virus and inform our community about the most effective preventative actions.
For Our Employees
- We are working hard to inform our employees about any preventative actions the CDC recommends, and encourage them to pass the information along to friends and family.
- We protect the workplace, increase our sanitization processes, and encourage a remote workforce.
For Our Clients
- We are working hard to inform our clients of any preventative actions the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends.
- We continue to build products that help them stay protected and at the same time improve the air quality around them.
- We guarantee peace of mind by communicating our efforts, intentions, daily changes and sanitization processes.
Ventilation products have proven to be vital in the fight against coronavirus.
For more information on COVID-19 and ventilation, visit:
- “Improving Ventilation in Your Home.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/Improving-Ventilation-Home.html
- “Improving Indoor Air Quality to Prevent COVID-19.” USA Today: https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/graphics/2020/10/18/improving-indoor-air-quality-prevent-covid-19/3566978001/