Covid 19 Measures Stay in Place for Security Officers
March 15, 2021
With the covid 19 pandemic continuing to go at a pace of 60,000 cases a day in the U.S. and with the vaccination rollout going better than expected, the response of most companies are staying with the covid 19 safety measures put into place in 2020. Plus, according to a MindEdge/Skye Learning survey on the Future of Work, most companies will require their employees to be vaccinated as a condition to returning to work.
Security officers are certainly among the front line workers that have been heavily impacted by the still-burning pandemic, and they will continue to be at the front line most likely into latter 2021 or into 2022. Some observers are predicting that large parts of Europe won’t be through the pandemic until 2023.
Our security guards are required to be covid 19 vaccinated as soon as their age group is eligible. They are required to wear masks at work, and to practice social distancing – even when they are vaccinated. The safety protocols for covid 19 are generally being practiced as we progress into 2021 by the security guard industry.
We want our WWPro security team members to be a vital part of the herd immunity that is so necessary in the U.S. to finally beat this pandemic.