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COVID-19 UPDATES

We understand these times are challenging for everyone! We are grateful that we are able to continue serving our community safely.  Be encouraged – we will get through these times together! 

UPDATED 8/25/20 COMMERCIAL ROOFING REMAINS OPEN  

The Governor has issues a full stay at home order for the health and well-being of our community.  This is for August 28th – Septempber 19th.  As an essential business, we will continue to keep operations open and projects in motion. 

In support of our government’s mandates regarding COVID-19, our workforce will be in compliance with Social Distancing requirements as reasonably possible.  CRW will continue to provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation & essential operations of buildings to minimize safety hazards & revenue loss.

The health and wellness of our local communities are of utmost importance to us as we continue to service your buildings.  We know that “together” we will get through the ever-changing COVID-19 situation.

 

OPERATING HOURS & CONTACT INFORMATION REMAINS THE SAME:

Monday – Friday 7AM – 4PM
Office: (808) 841-7246
Email: info@commercialroofinginc.com or fill our our web request here.

For emergencies or off-hours please call us at (808)748-8423

 

Mahalo Nui Loa,

Guy Akasaki
President & CEO

(updated 8.25.2020)

COVID-19 UPDATES

Classified under Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s Emergency Order 2020-02 as of March 22, 2020 and Governor Ige’s Third Supplementary Proclamation COVID-19, as an “Essential Business,” COMMERCIAL ROOFING REMAINS OPEN  

In support of our government’s mandates regarding COVID-19, we are adjusting our workforce to be in compliance with Social Distancing requirements as reasonably possible.  CRW will continue to provide services that are necessary to maintaining the safety, sanitation & essential operations of buildings to minimize safety hazards & revenue loss.

As this situation continues to evolve, we will adjust operations as needed. Until such time, the following will be our standard business protocol :

  • COMMUNICATIONS  – We will do our best to support social distancing by communicating primarily though email, text, phone and virtual communications.
  • CURRENT  & UPCOMING RE-ROOFING PROJECTSwill continue on as planned.
  • SCHEDULED REPAIRS & EMERGENCIES – will continue on as scheduled.
  • MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS & INSPECTION REPORTS – will continue as scheduled.
  • RFP (Request For Proposal) – our estimators will continue to respond to requests.
  • BUILDING ACCESS – If roof access is required through the building, we will practice social distancing by minimizing interaction with on-site personnel.

The health and wellness of our local communities are of utmost importance to us as we continue to service your buildings.  We know that “together” we will get through the ever-changing COVID-19 situation.

 

OPERATING HOURS & CONTACT INFORMATION REMAINS THE SAME:

Monday – Friday 7AM – 4PM
Office: (808) 841-7246
Email: info@commercialroofinginc.com or fill our our web request here.

For emergencies or off-hours please call us at (808)748-8423

 

Mahalo Nui Loa,

Guy Akasaki
President & CEO

 (updated 3.23.2020)

SANITATION STATIONS ON JOB-SITES

Commercial Roofing has provided Mobile Sanitation Stations to be implemented at every on-going jobsite to provide easy access to hand-washing for our men to help with promoting safe and healthy work environments through-out the work day.

Our crews accessing buildings will be able to sanitize their hands before, during and after work being done to maximize safe and healthy conditions.

The Sanitation Stations also have 6′ distance markers to be positioned for social distancing requirements.

The stations were designed with the intent for zero impact to the jobsite.  Handwash wastewater will be removed from each jobsite and disposed of properly to minimize the spread of unnecessary potentially harmful material.

Everyday seems to bring a new challenge in fighting the coronavirus spread.  Limited supplies and PPE that first responders and front line medical professionals desperately need – are scarce.  But in light of limited supplies – we are finding creative ways to do our part in protecting  our men and our clients!

Sanitation station video

 (updated 4.5.2020)

4.5.20 COVID19 Update –  Internal Protocols Implemented on the Job

The health and wellness of our workers and local communities are of the highest importance to us as we continue to service your buildings.

Below is our proactive approach to protecting our employees and our clients.  The following protocols are in place as we all work together to fight the spread of COVID-19.

  • CRW staff and field workers have been trained and educated on the symptoms, proper hygiene procedures and prevention of COVID-19.
  • Workers shall practice social distancing as much as possible, maintaining a distance of 6 feet or more.
  • In keeping with Oahu Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s recommendation of wearing masks, CRW workers shall wear masks while in public settings, where social distancing is difficult to maintain, and where required on the jobsite.
  • Mobile Sanitation Stations for hand-washing on the job have been implemented at each jobsite.
  • When washing, workers shall wash hands a minimum of 20 seconds.
  • Cleaning and disinfectant materials have been provided for employee use.
  • Workers are instructed to avoid touching the face area – nose, mouth, eyes and ears.
  • When coughing or sneezing, workers shall cover into elbow or use a tissue.
  • Personnal water containers strictly enforced for each employee.  No common water jugs.
  • If workers, a household or family member is sick or is being tested for COVID-19 they will not come to work.
  • Workers shall interact only with designated personnel on the jobsite, keeping contact to others at a minimum.
  • Building access routes of entry and exit will be restricted to jobsite areas only.  All other areas will be limited.
  • When using building elevators, workers will wait for an empty elevator to maintain social distancing.

(updated 4.5.2020)

 

4.24.20 COVID19 Update –  Internal Protocols Implemented for Commercial Roofing

 

COVID19 SAFETY PLAN

(updated 4.24.2020 | version 1.4)

 

The health and wellness of our workers and local communities are of the highest importance to us as we continue to service your buildings.   Classified under Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s Emergency Order 2020-02 as of March 22, 2020 and Governor Ige’s Third Supplementary Proclamation COVID-19, as an “Essential Business,” Commercial Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc. remains open. We continue to follow the CDC guidelines as well and as the situation is rapidly evolving, this plan is subject to change. Below is our proactive approach to protecting our employees and our clients. The following protocols are in place as we all work together to fight the spread of COVID-19.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Effective Immediately for All Employees

  • All CRW employees have been trained and educated on the symptoms, proper hygiene procedures and prevention of COVID-19.
  • Practice social distancing as much as possible, maintaining a distance of 6 feet or more.
  • Identify opportunities to replace in-person meetings with video-conferencing and/or telephone.
  • Maintain good hygiene by regularly washing your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds minimum or use a hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
  • Cleaning and disinfectant materials have been provided for employee use.
  • Employees are instructed to avoid touching the face area – nose, mouth, eyes and ears.
  • When coughing or sneezing, workers shall cover into elbow or use a tissue.
  • If employee, a household or family member is sick or is being tested for COVID-19 they will not come to work. Depending on the situation, you may be required to self-quarantine for up to 14 days before returning to work.
  • In keeping with Oahu Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s recommendation of wearing masks, CRW employees shall wear masks while in public settings, where social distancing is difficult to maintain, or where required on the jobsite.
  • Random temperature checks for staff and field workers.

In Effect On Jobsites (in addition to protocol above for All Employees)

  • Allow employees to drive directly to jobsite to decrease contact with other employees.
  • Mobile Sanitation Hand-washing stations have been implemented at each jobsite.
  • Workers shall interact only with designated personnel on the jobsite, keeping contact to others at a minimum.
  • Avoid sharing of tools and equipment. If sharing of tools and equipment is unavoidable, make sure they are cleaned before the next person uses it.
  • Building access routes of entry and exit will be restricted to jobsite areas only. All other areas will be limited.
  • When using building elevators, workers will wait for an empty elevator to maintain social distancing.
  • Personal water containers strictly enforced for each employee. No common water jugs.
  • In keeping with Oahu Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s recommendation of wearing masks, CRW workers shall wear masks while in public settings, where social distancing is difficult to maintain, or where required on the jobsite.

 Commercial Roofing & Waterproofing is committed to safety within our workforce and our projects. Our employees are our greatest asset, and behind them is a family waiting for their return at the end of the day. They epitomize the core values of our company – experience, honesty and reliability.

We realize there is concern and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. We want to assure you that you have our continued support and dedication, just as you have had these past 27 years.    

Our commitment to our mission remains the same – “exceeding client expectations.” The ALOHA SPIRIT is the harmonization of mind and heart within all of us, and together we will get through the ever-changing COVID-19 situation.

 We thank you for your understanding.

Guy Akasaki, President & CEO
Commercial Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc.

 

 (updated 4.24.2020)

 

(updated 5.12.2020)

5.12.20 COVID19 Update –  The Committment of Hawaii’s Construction Industry: Our Pledge to Avoid the Spread of COVID-19 on Hawaii’s Construction Sites

Commercial roofing was proud to be a part of GCA Hawaii’s initiative to take action with Hawaii’s construction industry in response to COVID-19.  “This initiative centered around the Hawaii Construction Industry Pledge, a collaborative, unified effort led by the GCA to elevate public awareness about the commitment being made by construction companies to implement safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Hawaii Construction Industry Pledge (attached) sent a strong message to the general public and was supported by more than 150 of the state’s contractors, contractors’ associations, construction-related firms, labor unions, business associations and developers.”  

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