Your health and safety is our top priority
The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has touched us all. Please know we’re here for you and ready to help. We’ve taken steps—with a primary focus to maintain the health and safety of you and your employees, our associates, our friends and families, and the public—to ensure we’re able to support vital business activities with the high level of service you expect of us.
Please review these resources for help managing the effects of the pandemic, both at your business and at home. These tips and reminders not only assist in stopping the spread of the disease, they help ensure your business won’t be caught off guard when your attention is focused on other matters.
If you’ve been financially impacted by our nation’s strategies to reduce the spread of COVID-19, we can help with that, too. If you would like to discuss alternate billing arrangements, please call us at 800-851-7740.
Together, we can keep moving forward.
Update from Tim Noble, Hortica brand president
We’re here for you
We’re committed and prepared to serve our customers while keeping people safe. We’ve taken a number of measures to help ensure the health and safety of our associates and the surrounding public.
Safety resources for your business
We’re here to help keep your business running smoothly
Our safety consultants and managers are available to offer advice, provide direction, and answer any questions you have during a challenging situation.
Health and safety practices for your business
There are many steps you can take to mitigate the spread of disease at your business. Do you have a point person communicating this to your employees?
Essential cleaning supplies
Maintaining a clean environment is more important than ever. Here are essential cleaning supplies to have on hand at your business.
OSHA has created standards for COVID-19 that may apply to your business, including worker protection and compliance requirements.
Do you have a travel policy in place?
A travel policy sets clear guidelines for employees to follow when traveling for work. In times like this, be sure to adjust your policy to follow government directives.
Keep up with physical and cyber security
While your attention is focused on other concerns, you can’t forget other basic safety principles that help protect your business. That includes keeping up with your physical and cyber security measures.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
Employers need to know how FFCRA impacts their businesses. There are new requirements for paid sick leave and family and medical leave tied to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Apply ergonomics at home
Even in our industry, some of you are now working from home. These new environments mean different stresses on our bodies. Here are some ergonomics tips to help keep you comfortable and productive.
National industry associations are available to help horticultural and floral businesses through this pandemic. These groups are working hard on many levels to help keep your businesses running.