National Seating & Mobility (NSM) kicks off National Safety Month by announcing the company’s Serving Safely commitment representing the company’s focus on prioritizing the health and safety of clients, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The multi-faceted commitment incorporates additional operational guidance into rigorous protocols already in place through NSM’s accreditation by The Joint Commission. Key components include protocols for:
- No contact/limited contact evaluations.
- Mandatory use of personal protective equipment.
- Body temperature checks for employees, clients, and caregivers.
- Curbside delivery.
“The safety and health of our clients and employees has always been our priority,” Bill Mixon, NSM CEO, says in a media release.
“In this time of uncertainty, it is more important than ever to reinforce our commitment so those we serve can have full confidence in the industry-leading measures we have in place to ensure their safety not only today but into the future.”
The Serving Safely commitment is backed by an operational checklist of best practices around safety, alternate service options and new technologies. Required employee training will outline and reinforce these operational guidelines. Serving Safely launch kits including internal and external signage, informational posters, vehicle magnets and additional marketing resources will be distributed to NSM branches nationwide.
A Serving Safely seal is also being introduced as a visual representation of the company’s commitment to put client safety first, the release continues. Merging a heart and checkmark, the seal was designed to convey security, trust and verification. It will be incorporated into branding efforts companywide.
“We are proud to take a stand for client health and safety,” Mixon shares.
For more information visit National Seating & Mobility.
[Source(s): National Seating & Mobility, Business Wire]