Boston Prolotherapy

Boston Prolotherapy

Boston Prolotherapy

92 Montvale Avenue, suite 4650
Stoneham, MA 02180

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This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • choose EPA-approved cleaning chemicals with claims against emerging viral pathogens.
  • clean and disinfect high-touch areas that are accessible to customers, tenants, and other individuals.
  • use wipes or sprays containing at least 70% alcohol to disinfect touch screens.
  • routinely clean and disinfect all surfaces, equipment, and other elements of the work environment.
  • ensure our cleaning staff understand and follow proper protocols for the cleaning of our space.
  • have our cleaning staff wear disposable gloves for all tasks in the cleaning process.
  • have protocols for the careful removal of gloves, gowns, etc. to avoid contamination.
  • ensure that our gloves and gowns are compatible with our disinfectant processes.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have collected necessary employee contact information in advance.
  • have a policy about not coming to work ill and encourage employees to self-monitor for changes.
  • have a policy for employees to work from home.
  • offer the option and means to work from home in the event of an epidemic.
  • have provided sufficient and accessible masks for employees per state regulations.
  • have provided sufficient and accessible gloves for employees.
  • have instructed our staff in the proper use of gloves.
  • have signage to remind of handwashing procedures.
  • have signage to remind of daily disinfecting practices.
  • prohibit workers from using other workers’ phones, desks, offices, or other work equipment, when possible.
  • have enhanced communications and IT infrastructures as needed to support employee telecommuting.
  • have a policy for employee absences due to family illness, quarantines, school closures.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have provided sufficient and accessible infection control supplies in all locations.
  • schedule handwashing breaks for employees, and require them to handwash after coughing/sneezing.
  • issue small bottles (under 3.4 oz.) of 50-70% alcohol hand sanitizer.
  • have a policy to maintain social distancing, staying six feet away from others.
  • encourage respiratory etiquette, including covering coughs and sneezes.
  • provide customers and the public with tissues and no-touch trash receptacles.
  • have a policy for employees who have been exposed to epidemic influenza.
  • require employees to notify their supervisor if they are sick - and to stay at home.
  • have processes/practices minimizing virus transmission to more susceptible employees.
  • provide on-site healthcare services via phone or video conference.
  • have visitors complete a COVID-19 symptoms form and decline services if they are symptomatic.
  • have installed sanitizing dispensers throughout our space.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • disseminate and post information to employees about the company's epidemic preparedness and response plan.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have a plan to space workers at least 6' apart or provide PPE or plexiglass barrier.
  • have a plan to keep customers 6' apart; installed physical barriers between employees and customers.
  • limit the number of employees in common areas and enforce social distancing.
  • have guidelines to modify face-to-face contact between employees and customers.
  • meet online; and if a meeting must be conducted in person, limit number of attendees.
  • postpone nonessential meetings or instead use online meetings.
  • redesigned our work environment to minimize virus transmission.
  • require customers & employees to wear masks; 'No mask, no entry' visibly posted.
  • limit occupancy as government mandated.
  • conduct business with the public by appointment only, when possible.
  • prevent large groups from entering or leaving the building at the same time.

This location is Crisis Ready because they:

  • have identified an epidemic coordinator and/or team.
  • have appointed a liaison to address requests or requirements from Federal, State, or local entities.
  • have a plan for worker absences (e.g., cross-training to cover essential tasks).
  • have identified essential employees, suppliers, contractors to remain operational during an epidemic.
  • ensured availability of medical consultation and advice for emergency response.
  • have a Pandemic Safety Officer to comply with orders and respond to stakeholder/government agency questions.
  • have platforms (like CleanRated) for communicating epidemic status and actions to all stakeholders.
  • have platforms for communicating epidemic status and actions to vendors, suppliers, and customers.
  • have alternative ways for employees to communicate if our network/email fails.
  • have a plan for a sharp increase in demand of our company during an epidemic.
  • have a policy for workplace events that includes cancellation or postponement.
  • have a communications plan to include traditional and social media.

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