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GIBBS LANDSCAPE RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Spring is here and Gibbs Landscape Co. is open for business trying to make sure your home is looking better than ever as we spend more time at home during these uncertain times.

Landscape is considered an essential service business in the State of Georgia. We are making sure our Team Members are following all the guidelines and recommendations given by the CDC, Federal, State and Local Public Health Officials. According to OSHA, the landscape industry falls in the “lower risk” category of exposure (the lowest level on their occupational classification of risk for COVID-19)

We continue to provide excellent services as we plan, design, install and maintain outdoor living. We are committed to keeping our clients, our employees and the community safe. We have implemented the following action plan:

· Our Landscape Architects and business development representatives will continue to meet with perspective clients. During meetings they will keep 6 feet away from you, wash hands and use hand sanitizer before meetings and send all correspondence via email.

· Our office personnel are working remotely.

· Our Managers are checking on Team Members daily making sure they are not sick and sending home anyone that is sick.

· Team Members are provided with sanitizing supplies to keep their work trucks and equipment cleaned.

· Personal Protection equipment is provided to all employees (field and office).

· Team Members are being asked to practice social and work distancing while on jobsite, lunch, etc. (keeping 6 feet distance between each other).

· All employees are being asked to wash their hands and avoid touching their face.

· Gibbs Landscape Co. also provides a 24/7 nurse response line to all employees that feel they have been exposed to COVID-19 while at work.

 

Taking care of your outdoor living is not cancelled!!!

 

Please reach out to us if you have any questions.

 

Peter Copses

Vice President

Gibbs Landscape Company

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