Fuss & O’Neill keeps up-to-date and complies with COVID-19 state, federal, and global guidelines. We have procedures in place to ensure the safety of our employees, partners, clients, and communities. We draw on our unique expertise and experience to offer customized health and safety and return-to-work services to our clients. Visit our COVID-19 Resource Page>×
Fuss & O’Neill’s multi-disciplined approach offers a coordinated response to the COVID-19 pandemic where we help our clients create a comprehensive strategic plan prior to the re-opening of their buildings and the return to work of their employees.
Fuss & O’Neill hosted four webinars discussing the importance of healthy buildings and returning to work safely. The following video highlights some key topics and discussion points.
Robert Levandoski, Certified Industrial Hygienist teamed up with Reid & Riege and Suisman Shapiro for this informative presentation
Overview of Topics
OSHA and Employment Law/HR Issues
Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”} and False Claims
Contract Issues, Litigation, Insurance, and Bankruptcy
Providence Business News spoke with our own Shawn Martin about how the pandemic has affected him and the
Fuss &O’Neill staff, and what he has learned during this uncertain time.
Robert Levandoski, Certified Industrial Hygienist talks about using a cloth mask as part of multiple barrier protection while you are out in public.
Recommendations for wearing cloth face coverings:
Do It Yourself Cloth Face Covering Instructions:
Diane Mas, PhD, Registered Sanitarian and Chief Resilience Officer talks about using disinfectants to kill viruses.
EPA list of disinfectants that are effective against the novel coronavirus:
More information on cleaning and disinfecting for households from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC):
Engineering has been designated an “essential service” . Our job is to support the infrastructure that supports society, and we recognize our responsibility to be available. We, like everyone else, are doing our best to remain flexible and accessible. As we have offices throughout New England and different states have different rules in place, our procedures may differ by office. Please check our Contact Us page for office information. Regardless of location, we are here to support you in any way we can.
We have measures in place to ensure each employee’s ability to work remotely, and most are already doing so. We have a strong IT infrastructure that can accommodate video conferencing, large file sharing, and other alternative communication methods. We trust our employees to select the working arrangements that they are most comfortable with and best suit their needs (and that comply with current mandates), and trust that they will continue to support our clients and communities the way they always have before – to the highest extent possible.
We remain dedicated to serving our communities and our clients. To do this, we first need to understand your concerns. Reach out to us – by phone, by email, by video chat, or by text. It is during times of crises that we need each other the most, and we are here, whether it be to solve your problems or offer you a listening ear.
These are uncertain and fluid times. We want to extend a sincere thank you to our clients for their understanding as we navigate these challenges together. We would like to thank our employees, many of whom are caregivers, for their unwavering support, dedication, and professionalism.
We will get through this. Together.