PRECAUTIONS BEING IMPLEMENTED IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Green Manufacturing Inc. remains operational while adapting to Responsible Workplace Practices during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
As we continue to monitor the rapidly evolving Coronavirus situation, we are committed to doing everything possible to maintain the health and safety of our employees and customers during these challenging times.
⦁ Additional workplace cleanings before, during and after workday hours begin
⦁ Limiting visitors from entering our facility
⦁ Production and shipping employees will be working staggered schedules to reduce potential exposure.
At this time:
Our production teams have indicated there are no known issues with our ability to meet the demand of our customers. Additionally, based on current information and the fact our products and raw materials are made in the USA, we do not anticipate any interruption in our supply in the near term. Our USA made products are an asset to us and our customers as we all address potential impacts resulting from the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
As you are aware, the situation on the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus is very fluid, and we are keeping our organization in a proactive posture until the situation stabilizes globally. Although we cannot guarantee disruptions will not occur, we can assure you that if there is a change in our ability to supply our customers, we will promptly contact the affected customers.
As an essential business that supports essential Infrastructure, Green Manufacturing, Inc. will remain in operation and continue to support our customers, which also work in Essential Infrastructure Industries.
The President’s COVID-19 Guidelines for America state that companies working in an Essential Infrastructure industry as defined by the Department of Homeland Security have a responsibility to remain in operation. These sectors include but are not limited to healthcare and public health, food and agriculture, and manufacturers who produce and distribute forest products.
The State of Michigan is under a “Stay at Home” order, the order limits most travel outside of the home. Although this is a new development and not all details are available, we will update you as the situation progresses.