Page updated February 24, 2022
At Unified Power, the health and safety of our employees, customers and business partners is always our top priority. Although COVID-19 case counts throughout the U.S. are beginning to level off, you can rest assured that we are constantly evaluating how to continue providing you with the best possible service while following the updates, recommendations and protocols issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
To optimally protect our employees, customers and business partners, we have educated all team members around COVID-19. In addition, we actively track vaccination status and supply personal protective equipment (PPE) to all of our field employees. We will continue to monitor CDC guidelines to ensure we are adhering to quarantine periods, masking policies and additional parameters around COVID-19. And as we have done since the beginning of the pandemic, we advise our employees to remain at home if they are sick or display even mild symptoms.
We understand that our customers depend on Unified Power to quickly respond to their critical power infrastructure needs. Not only are our offices and field service teams fully operational, but our investments in systems and technology permit our scheduling and support personnel to work remotely as needed. We are currently honoring all guaranteed response-time commitments, and we will communicate promptly if that changes as a result of this evolving situation.
As the nation and local communities continue to review COVID-19 case rates and strive to transition their response to endemic status, that transition might include periods of minimal or no intervention and periods of heightened protocols, contingent on the state of the virus in our community. Regardless of the state of COVID-19, Unified Power stands prepared to serve all of your critical power service needs.
The CDC provides regular updates and guidelines on COVID-19. For the CDC’s latest information, click here.