COVID-19 Safety Protocols

The health and safety of our Clients and Nabors is a priority at Naborforce. We have established a set of safety protocols to help minimize the risk of COVID-19 infection and community spread.  Please remember, while these protocols are based on CDC recommendations, they cannot eliminate risk entirely.  For at-risk populations, self-isolation provides the greatest protection against COVID-19.

Safety Protocols:

Nabors and Clients are reminded to be diligent in practicing recommended hand washing hygiene (for a minimum of 20 seconds) and/or hand sanitizing. Nabors will wear gloves if requested by the Client.

Nabors and Clients are to wear protective face coverings during visits. Nabors will be provided with disposable masks to provide Clients who do not have a mask.

Nabors and Clients are to practice social distancing whenever practicable while on visits.

Whenever possible, Clients are to ride in the backseat of Nabors’ cars to maximize distance.

Nabors are required to perform a health self-assessment on the day of any visit and must notify Naborforce immediately to the extent they have a fever or any other risk factor and will be removed from the visit.

At any point, should a Nabor contract the virus; experience cough, fever or shortness of breath; or come in contact with anyone who has the virus, they are required to notify Naborforce immediately. They will be marked “unavailable” for a minimum of 14 days.  At the end of the 14-day period, Naborforce will evaluate next steps based on current CDC recommended protocol.

Likewise, when requesting a visit, Clients must confirm that they do not have the virus; are not experiencing cough, fever or shortness of breath; and have not come in contact with anyone who has the virus in the past two weeks. They must notify Naborforce immediately should their status change between the time of the booking request and the visit date. The same 14-day waiting period (subject to change based on CDC recommended protocol) will apply before resuming booking visits.

Naborforce will continue to monitor CDC recommendations as well as local regulations to ensure that we are taking proper precautions to protect the health and welfare of our Clients, Nabors and community.

For further information on helping protect yourself and others, please visit the CDC website.