ATCOM Business Technology ADVISORY:  COVID-19 UPDATE

OVERVIEW:

Covid updatesThe safety and well-being of our employees and clients is the number one priority at ATCOM.  This week we have continued to see a steady increase in the number of positive cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the state of North Carolina.  ATCOM has implemented several actions to facilitate a safe work environment for our employees, so that we can continue to provide support to our clients during the COVID-19 outbreak.  We will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments as the situation changes.

PRECAUTIONARY ACTIONS:

ATCOM is monitoring advisory recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control (CDC), and the NC Department of Health for the latest information and best practices as they relate to the coronavirus.  ATCOM has taken the following precautionary measures to protect the health our employees, clients and our overall community to reduce the spread of the virus.

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Proactive Employee Communications:
    • All ATCOM employees have been reminded of their personal responsibility to contact their health care provider and stay home in the event they feel sick. They are not to come into our offices or visit our clients.
    • All ATCOM employees have had reminders on good hygiene best practices and these reminders are posted throughout our facilities.
    • All ATCOM technical employees have been provided with latex gloves and are instructed to wear these gloves for all client onsite work.
  • ATCOM Facilities:
    • Reviewed and increased frequency of cleaning practices in all of our offices.
    • Additional cleaning agents and sanitizers have been provided in all three of our facilities.
    • All office employees have been provided with access to disinfectant wipes for cleaning personal space areas and are to clean their personal space areas daily.
    • All common space areas and equipment have cleaning agents available for usage after use of common space or equipment.
    • Restricted in-person meetings in our offices to five people and additional attendees for a meeting are required to join via videoconferencing.
  • Company Fleet – All company vehicles have been provided with cleaning agents and sanitizers for disinfecting company vehicles between each drive.
  • Leadership Reviews – Our leadership team has been meeting regularly to address this fluid situation and have been using team collaboration tools internally to keep our teams updated.
  • Business Continuity Plans – ATCOM has always advocated for flexible work practices and we have all of the technology in place to allow our business to operate away from our offices in the event of a disaster. As a standard practice, ATCOM routinely reviews personnel contingency plans for key job functions to facilitate operational continuity.
  • Client Communication and On-Site Work – For customers requiring ATCOM employees to be on location, the respective ATCOM account lead will proactively communicate with the client to discuss and work through any changes to on-site staffing, project lead times or potential disruption issues. All ATCOM employees have been instructed to comply with procedures set forth by our clients in regard to their policies related to the outbreak.