Frontier Door and Cabinet is operational
As you are aware, Governor Inslee issued a “Stay at Home Order” on March 23rd, for Washington residents and non-essential businesses effective Wednesday, March 25th. The “Stay at Home Order” will be in effect for two weeks, at which time it will be reassessed. This communication is to confirm that according to the order, Frontier Door and Cabinet is considered an “essential” business, thereby allowing Frontier Door to remain open and operational during this time. Our business falls under the below “essential workforce” as stated on page 11 of the official order:
“Construction workers who support the construction, operation, inspection, and maintenance of construction sites and construction projects (including housing construction) for all essential facilities, services, and projects included in this document, and for residential construction related to emergency repairs and projects that ensure structural integrity.”
We will provide updates if the situation changes based on new or updated laws or government action.
Also, it is even more important now to make safety our top priority as we work together through the public health crisis in order to continue our operation during this time. Continue to adhere to social distancing measures in the workplace and at job sites, clean your work areas upon start and end of shift, use alternative methods (such as Microsoft Teams) to face to face meetings, exercise precaution and care when handling touch points in the workplace (doors, handles, etc.), and stay at home if you are sick. If you see a fellow coworker not following safety measures in place, please remind them of the importance or inform a member of leadership immediately so the issue can be addressed.