Calgon Carbon believes that nothing is more important than the health and safety of our employees, customers, suppliers, and neighbors.
Calgon Carbon has implemented its crisis management and communications protocol to monitor COVID-19 and its potential impacts on our employees and our business practices. We are also working closely with our suppliers and our supply chain to avoid disruption in the delivery of the products and services that customers rely on to clean their air and water.
To this end, we have:
Broadened our already existing travel restrictions；
Established aggressive health and safety protocols at our manufacturing and office facilities, and within our field services organization
Have created a work-from-home schedule for our largest offices to practice social distancing and to eliminate large gatherings in response to recommendations from the WHO, CDC, and Federal/State/Local governments
Eliminated all non-critical meetings, and have encouraged teleconferencing instead
Requested all employees take extra precautions to keep themselves safe and healthy
Implemented formal communication and protocol for anyone who suspects they may have been in close contact with an infected person(s)
Implemented formal procedures to identify and respond to employee illness, which includes our intention to notify customers or stakeholders of any known situation that has the potential to impact their business operations or employee health.
We continue to closely monitor the potential impact of the virus on our employees, customers, and operations. If there are any developments that would alter our ability to supply products or services, we will notify you promptly.
This situation will continue to develop, and so will Calgon Carbon’s efforts to maintain health and safety and business continuation.