Like many companies and states, Twin Rivers Technologies is working on finding our new normal after the past year and a half. In mid June, after over a year of working remote at least part time, all non-essential personnel returned to our Quincy, MA facility full time.
Additionally, we have made some changes to the COVID-19 guidelines for all visitors and employees, while still remaining steadfast in holding the safety of our employees, guests and families as utmost important.
The guidelines put in place are in line with state and federal regulation. The following precautions will remain in place indefinitely:
- Proper PPE including face coverings being worn with the following exceptions:
- Employees who are *fully vaccinated (must inform HR to allow this exemption. * you are considered fully vaccinated: 2 weeks after your second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine.)
- Employees working in a private office or room with an occupancy of 1 person.
- Employees working at a workstation that is separated from their closest neighbor by a distance of greater than 6 feet. PPE is required if an additional person enters the 6-foot radius surrounding their work station for purposes other than transit.
- In break rooms, during authorized breaks, while consuming food or beverages. Social Distancing must be maintained.
- A helmet mounted face shield is an acceptable substitute for other required PPE.
- If an employee is working or walking outside alone, they are not required to wear a face mask. This only is for jobs being performed outside and not around any other individuals.
- Social distancing is still required
- Sanitation and disinfection activities will continue throughout our plant and offices
- Visitors will need to complete a screening questionnaire; which has been revised to meet current CDC and MA state guidelines
We will be reassessing our guidelines on a regular basis and will communicate additional changes as they occur.