What FALCON is doing to help stop the spread of COVID-19 on all job sites.

Falcon has a training system in place that teaches all of our tradesmen, project managers and supervisors all safety measures needed to help stop the spread of covid while working onsite.

Actions that we take include the following:

  • Notify a Falcon supervisor if anyone has symptoms relating to the Covid virus.
  • Falcon will follow CDC-recommended steps if anyone becomes sick.  Will not return to work until the criteria to discontinue home isolations are met, in consultation with healthcare providers and state and local health departments.
  • Falcon will follow CDC-recommended precautions and notify a supervisor if anyone is well but have a sick family member at home with COVID-19.
  • Limit close contact with others by maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet, when possible.
    • Limit the number of workers in small workspace areas such as job site elevators, trailers and vehicles, and spaces under construction if possible.
  • CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain, especially in areas where there is significant community-based transmission of COVID-19.
    • Cloth face coverings may prevent people who don’t know they have the virus from transmitting it to others.
  • Cloth face coverings are NOT surgical masks or respirators and are not appropriate substitutes for them in workplaces where masks or respirators are recommended or required.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces such as shared tools, machines, vehicles and other equipment, handrails, ladders, doorknobs, and portable toilets will be cleaned and disinfected:
    • At the beginning and end of every shift
    • After anyone uses your vehicle, tools, or workstation
  • Limit tool sharing if possible.
  • Practice proper hand hygiene. This is an important infection control measure. With appropriate hand hygiene, you do not need gloves to protect you from COVID-19. When possible, wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol.
    • Key times to clean hands include:
      • Before and after work shifts and breaks
      • After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
      • After using the restroom
      • Before eating and before and after preparing food
      • After touching objects which have been handled by coworkers, such as tools and equipment
      • Before putting on and after taking off work gloves
      • After putting on, touching, or removing cloth face coverings.  Do not touch your eyes, nose, or mouth.
    • Use tissues when you cough, sneeze, or touch your face. Throw used tissues in the trash and wash your hands or use hand sanitizer containing 60% alcohol if a sink to wash your hands is not available.

At Falcon Roofing and Construction, we have always put the safety of our customers, Tenants and employees at the highest point. Now we are adding Health due to COVID 19 Pandemic. In response to the COVID 19 situation we are constantly monitoring updates from the CDC, the World Health Organization and any medical professionals to ensure we are taking all the necessary precautions to ensure safety and health of all that are in or around any project we are on.

Methods include:

Practicing Good Hygiene

Our teams are taking preventative safety measures, including the following:

  • Monitoring temperatures every morning.
  • Cleaning our hands with soap.
  • Using hand sanitizer
  • Keeping a safe distance (6 feet) from people who are sneezing/coughing
  • Cleaning tools and equipment
  • Staying home when sick
  • We will assign a project manager for each site to oversee progress, ensure materials are available, and safety protocols are followed.

What Can You Do to Help?


There are measures you can take, as our customer, to protect you and our workers:

  • Let us know in advance of your appointment if you have any concerns or if you would like us to take special precautions.
  • Inform us if anyone in the household has health issues, like the flu, a cold, or any suspected symptoms of the COVID-19 virus.

If you would like more information on the latest news to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 in your everyday practices, please visit the CDC or Coronavirus.gov for daily updates.