The novel coronavirus has dramatically affected the way people live and work around the world.
Perhaps industry has been more greatly affected than the restaurant industry. Serving our commercial kitchen customers during a pandemic is extremely challenging. However, Master Fire has been in business for over 50 years and is up to the job.
In addition to the already stringent protocols the construction industry, commercial kitchen design firms like Master Fire in New York City have to be extremely diligent when working in New York City restaurants. Indeed, twice as cautious when considering the various laws and safety regulations designed to mitigate the current coronavirus epidemic.
Strict implementation of social distancing is among the courses of action to help curb the spread of the disease. However, now that restaurants are reopening in Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island, our customers need to know they can rely on Master Fire to safely handle your commercial kitchen exhaust, HVAC, ventilation, precipitation, fire suppression, fire sprinkler, and fire extinguisher needs.
To that end, be assured that we at Master Fire have taken to implementing additional guidelines for our staff, as well as clients, in order to ensure the safety of all. The implementation of such guidelines will help us minimize risk, and enable us to get your restaurant kitchen in top working order, safely.
First and foremost is our assurance to you the customer, as well as to our employees, that we will uphold all social distancing mandates, including wearing masks indoors, while on governmental property, and when within 6 feet of each other, clients, or the public.
WE HAVE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY WHEN IT COMES TO COMPLYING WITH SOCIAL DISTANCING REGULATIONS AND/OR MASK MANDATES.
Next, the best practice to prevent the transmission of the virus is by washing and disinfecting the hands with alcohol or hand sanitizers. Accordingly, it is imperative that all Master Fire field technicians and employees carry hand sanitizer as well as wash their hands as often as possible throughout the work day. We cannot emphasize this enough. All Master Fire vehicles and trucks are stocked with alcohol wipes and hand sanitizer. We have ample hand-washing stations at our facilities as well for when our techs pick up your machines and equipment.
Please know that Master Fire does not borrow or recycle packing supplies as the coronavirus is able to survive on various surfaces for up to several days. We only invest in brand new supplies for every job. Additionally, we continue to monitor all relevant CDC communication, as well as other federal regulatory agencies for any and all updated information.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns please call us at (917) 580-6330 or visit us on the web at www.masterfiremechanical.com.
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