COVID-19 Update

April 9, 2020

The health and safety of our employees and their families is our first and foremost priority. Array Solders continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and is adhering to the current guidelines and precautions set forth by the CDC, local and state officials.

As a business deemed essential, we are operating at full capacity and are continuing to service your needs while implementing safety measures.

Some of the steps we’ve taken include:

  • Having office staff work remotely till further notice.
  • Social distancing measures and plexiglass partitions have been implemented for the protection of our staff
  • Reduction of touchable surfaces
  • Visitors are no longer allowed
  • We’ve staggered our production shifts
  • Commonly used areas are being frequently cleaned and disinfected

We will continue to remain vigilant and follow safety recommendations. We wish you and your family nothing but safety and health in these trying times.

For any further information, please contact us.

Array Solders

(201) 997-1333

“As Per Governor Phil Murphy Executive Order No. 122

  1. Manufacturing facilities must adopt policies that include, at minimum, the following requirements:
  • Prohibit non-essential visitors from entering the worksite;
  • Limit worksite meetings, inductions, and workgroups to groups of fewer than ten individuals;
  • Require individuals to maintain six feet or more distance between them wherever possible;
  • Stagger work start and stop times where practicable to limit the number of individuals entering and leaving the worksite concurrently;
  • Stagger lunch breaks and work times where practicable to enable operations to safely continue while utilizing the least number of individuals possible at the site;
  • Restrict the number of individuals who can access common areas, such as restrooms and breakrooms, concurrently;
  • Require workers and visitors to wear cloth face coverings, in accordance with CDC recommendations, while on the premises, except where doing so would inhibit the individual’s health or the individual is under two years of age, and require workers to wear gloves while on the premises. Businesses must provide, at their expense, such face coverings and gloves for their employees.  If a visitor refuses to wear a cloth face covering for non-medical reasons and if such covering cannot be provided to the individual by the business at the point of entry, then businesses must decline entry to the individual.  Nothing in the stated policy should prevent workers or visitors from wearing a surgical-grade mask or other more protective face covering if the individual is already in possession of such equipment, or if the businesses is otherwise required to provide such worker with more protective equipment due to the nature of the work involved.  Where an individual declines to wear a face covering on the premises due to a medical condition that inhibits such usage, neither the business nor its staff shall require the individual to produce medical documentation verifying the stated condition.
  • Require infection control practices, such as regular hand washing, coughing and sneezing etiquette, and proper tissue usage and disposal;
  • Limit sharing of tools, equipment, and machinery;
  • Provide sanitization materials, such as hand sanitizer and sanitizing wipes, to workers and visitors; and
  • Require frequent sanitization of high-touch areas like restrooms, break rooms, equipment, and machinery.”