Our Commitment Remains: Your Update from Two Men And A Moving Van
Two Men And A Moving Van is deemed an essential business by both state and local government. We remain open and fully operating, while increasing our safety protocols that align with the guidelines of the CDC.
Over the last 10 years, we have maintained extremely high standards for cleaning, but we have followed the CDC’s recommendations, as well as OSHA’s guidance on preparing the workplace for COVID-19, to increase those measures. Our first and main priority is the health and safety of our customers, our employees and everyone who is engaged with our company. We are taking every precaution to minimize any potential exposure and to protect you and our staff.
What We Are Doing To Keep You And Our Employees Safe
- Enhanced cleaning protocols have been implemented by wiping down and disinfecting inside and outside all trucks before and after every move.
- Our employees are trained on proper hand-washing techniques.
- Dispatch times are strategically staggered to avoid overlap of team members in the warehouses.
- We require all movers wear gloves, masks and booties on all moving and packing services and dispose of them promptly after.
- Non-essential employees are working from home.
- Team members and customers will be asked to abide by the recommended 6 ft distance between people whenever possible.
- There is zero tolerance for a sick employee to be dispatched or remain at work, Any of our team members that show or feel any symptoms will not be allowed to work until fully recovered. All employees are temperature-checked before each move.
Our management team is working tirelessly to support our employees in the office, warehouse and on the front lines. We want to provide jobs to those who need it and we want to be able to help people who need to move right now.
Two Men And A Moving Van will continue to closely monitor the situation and handle it with caution and concern while providing you with the best moving experience.
UP TO DATE COVID-19 NEWS UPDATES AND MORE
Washington State’s Coronavirus Page. Read more.
Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Coronavirus Page. Read more.
World Health Organization’s (WHO) Coronavirus Page. Read more.
If you have any questions or concerns, we encourage you to contact us directly and we’ll do our best to assist you. Thank you for your trust in our commitments. We are all in this together.