April 29, 2020-Rockville, MD
In their 40th year, Rolyn has a nationwide, specially trained and equipped Team dedicated to preparedness and response to biohazard, bacterial and/or viral outbreak, and has been deemed a State and Federally designated provider of essential services for the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Rolyn has successfully decontaminated millions of square feet of schools, hospitals, hotels, commercial real estate, restaurants, and manufacturing centers nationally.
During these times, facilities reach out to Rolyn, with the same simple question that both employers and employees are asking: How do we get back to work safely? First and foremost, check with your state officials to determine when you can re-open your business and return to work. Once you have the approval to re-open, check with your landlord to see if your building is open for business and what proactive and reactive decontamination steps your landlord is taking - both to the common areas and your particular space.
“Our experience in supporting our many clients with essential businesses that have remained open during this crisis, suggests that reopening businesses is not going to be straightforward. What these clients have seen are more astute employees that expect, and are looking for assurances that they are working in a safe environment,” commented Mark Futrovsky, Rolyn’s President. “For businesses that are going to reopen, this starts with decontaminating the business before your employees return to work in accordance with the latest CDC, EPA, and OSHA guidelines. This will send a message to your employees, tenants, customers, and stakeholders, of your commitment to their safety, health, and wellness.”
In response to requests by many local and national clients to assist them in getting back to work safely, Rolyn has dedicated a portion of their website to: Getting back to work safely post COVID-19
Rolyn’s dedicated COVID-19 section includes:
Rolyn's PSA is a Priority Service Agreement that puts pricing, billing, and response logistics in place before services are needed. It allows you to make a decision about prices and capabilities before a disaster strikes, instead of in the chaotic midst of a disaster or emergency situation.