Dear Valued Customer,
We understand that your business is operating under unique circumstances during this difficult time and that your essential work must go on. We are here for you.
On March 22, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine enacted a “Stay at Home Order” for all Ohio residents to prevent further spread of COVID-19. This order states that all persons should stay at home unless engaged in essential work or activity beginning on Monday, March 23 at 11:59 p.m. and lasting until Monday, April 6 at 11:59 p.m.
The Shelly Company supplies numerous products and services that have been deemed essential critical infrastructure work and will stay open to meet your business needs. By working together, we can keep our employees safe while maintaining normal work schedules to prevent any disruption to essential infrastructure work.
We have adjusted a few policies to ensure the wellbeing of our employees and business partners, while maintaining continuity of service. The following list of updated procedures will help you understand what to expect at our facilities.
• Our facilities are designated as “Handshake Free”
• Non-essential access to all offices and buildings, including our scale houses is restricted
• The way in which we process cash and credit card sales has been adjusted to limit touch
• The frequency and intensity of cleaning our work locations, including workstations, control houses, scale houses and mobile equipment has increased
• Employees are encouraged to work remotely when possible
• Travel has been minimized and meetings are held through electronic/virtual communication
Again, these new policies are intended to ensure that our teams can continue to meet your needs in a safe and efficient manner as the coronavirus situation unfolds. We’ve got your back, and we remain committed to our mutual success throughout these uncertain times. Your local sales representative will be happy to answer any additional questions.
The Shelly Company
A CRH Company
Click below to view a message from OCA President, Chris Runyan, regarding COVID-19 in Ohio.