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Navigating the World of COVID-19
December 9, 2020 - APS Corporate
Two important developments in the fight against COVID. One makes APS gear up more and the other gives us hope.
A rise in cases
The spike in cases, which some experts refer to as “the second wave,” is a cause for more caution and at the same time serves as a confirmation that the protocols we are following are on point. APS is prepared for any spike in COVID-19 cases. We continue to implement the protocols already set in place while stocking up on supplies needed to clean and sanitize our installation work environment. When we laid out our protocols at the onset of the virus spread, we not only had to come up with a guidance and procedure that could be implemented right away, but realized that we needed one that would equip us for a long battle.
On the vaccine front, there is good news. Multiple vaccines have now been shown to be 95% effective in protecting people from COVID-19. As soon as emergency approval is granted by the FDA, distribution will begin! This will allow all our energy saving projects to continue without interruptions and to even pick up momentum. As we look forward to the health experts and scientists’ controlling and, hopefully, eliminating this virus, we will make sure we continue to do our part.
We are very thankful to our customers for trusting our protocols and working with us in navigating through these challenges. By working together on strategic solutions, whether in scheduling or by dividing the project into phases, we have become closer partners with our clients as we help them to complete their projects and achieve their energy savings goals.
Navigating the World of COVID-19
September 24, 2020 - APS Corporate
The past six months have been a challenging experience for everyone. While many industries have found ways for employees to work remotely, a great many people have been forced to adapt to performing essential work outside the home.
LED Upgrades During COVID-19
As we all slowly continue to embrace this “new normal,” APS is dedicated to the health and safety of our staff and our valued clients. As part of an essential industry, we have continued to provide our customers with high quality service. We ensure that our COVID-19 mitigation plan complies with all state and county requirements, often exceeding them.
Some multifamily clients have limited the work being performed to common
areas only. It is more important than ever to upgrade, improve, and maintain
these areas with so many people working from home.
At properties where we are resuming work inside tenant spaces, we are entering units with limited crew size and following all cleaning protocols to ensure a safe, quality experience for residents.
Commercial Property Improvements
Clients who own and manage commercial properties are wisely using this time to complete long awaited lighting and HVAC improvements, particularly in areas operating at low capacity.
Upgrading lighting systems to LED, especially using advanced control systems reduces maintenance costs for the next 5-10 years while lowering utility bills.
Thank you for continuing to choose APS. We will continue to provide the same level of customer service, expert installation, and high quality products that you have come to expect from us.
Most importantly, thank you for trusting our staff to safely assist you as we navigate the “new normal.”
Please contact APS to see how we can support you with improvements for your properties.
New Measures Taken Regarding COVID-19
April 4th 2020 - APS Corporate
To Our Valued Clients,
The health, wellbeing, and safety of you, our staff, and our community is our highest priority. Given the current situation
of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we have implemented additional precautions to minimize the risk to everyone
we come into contact with.
How APS is maintaining a healthy environment:
Technicians and employees are being asked to stay at home if they are ill.
Face coverings will be worn at all times.
Keep hand sanitizer available at all times and use regularly.
Use disinfectant wipes to wipe down equipment, doorknobs, light switches, elevator buttons, etc. after handling. Dispose of wipes in APS maintained trash receptacles.
All physical contact like handshakes will be avoided
Shoe covers will be worn inside residential areas to prevent spread of dust, dirt, and germs.
General hygiene practices: avoid touching face, nose, mouth, and coughing/sneezing into elbows
Wash hands for at least 20 seconds, especially after using the restroom; before and after eating.
We will continue to monitor the guidelines and recommendations of the CDC as well as state and local health officials.
Thank you for your patience as we all continue to adapt to this evolving health situation.
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