We’re safeguarding your health (and ours)

As you are all aware, the COVID-19 pandemic is having a real impact on our local community, our state, and our world. You probably have questions about how this situation will impact you, your family, and our workplaces. I can’t see the future, but I do believe that if we do our part to take reasonable, common sense measures now to stop the spread of this virus, our community, our workplaces, and our local economy will all recover more quickly. In order to better safeguard your health as well as ours, we’ve instituted the following guidelines:

  • As of late last week, our delivery drivers are no longer requiring your signature when making deliveries. We will be taking a picture of the items delivered and recording your name as proof of delivery.
  • All delivery drivers have been provided with hand sanitizer and are using it regularly throughout the day.
  • Rogards is putting a temporary pause on our trial chair program until April 1. We will not deliver new trial chairs or pick up returning chairs
  • Our furniture installers will be washing their hands before and after each install following CDC’s hand washing guidelines
  • All visitors entering our facility will be required to fill out a short health screening questionnaire.
  • Any Rogards team member experiencing symptoms of an acute respiratory illness (fever over 100-degrees, cough, sore throat, difficulty breathing) is required to stay home. Team members must stay home from work until they have been fever-free for 24 hours.
  • All of our team members are taking extra steps to ensure hygiene and reduce the spread of germs (regular hand washing, proper disposal of hand towels, facial tissues, etc).
  • We are cleaning our facility, including personal spaces, shared areas, restrooms, and breakroom, regularly throughout the day.

This situation is fluid and has the potential to change rapidly. We will continue to monitor local guidance from C-U Public Health and national guidance from the CDC. The CDC has a number of links available for you to get more information on protecting yourself and your family: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html.

I encourage you to take reasonable precautions to protect yourself and others. I am a believer that everything happens for a reason, and if we stick together and do our part we will emerge stronger for it.

Stay healthy.

Tonya Horn
President & CEO