Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers
– Energy Sector
The U.S. energy infrastructure fuels the economy of the 21st century. Without a stable energy supply, health and welfare are threatened, and the U.S. economy cannot function. Presidential Policy Directive 21 identifies the Energy Sector as uniquely critical because it provides an “enabling function” across all critical infrastructure sectors. More than 80 percent of the country's energy infrastructure is owned by the private sector, supplying fuels to the transportation industry, electricity to households and businesses, and other sources of energy that are integral to growth and production across the nation. – CISA
SDMyers is committed to providing needed and necessary services to ensure the “enabling function” of the electrical power segment of the Energy Sector remains operational and reliable.
We are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our employees, customers and communities. This includes making the necessary adjustments to our work and operation in order to keep our employees and customers safe and productive. To that end, we have made several adjustments to our business and will continue to make modifications as required in response to the coronavirus and best practices for the safety of all involved. We are practicing the CDC guidelines on hygiene practices and social distancing, as well as other measures including screening and/or eliminating non-essential visitors, limiting group meetings and enacting an infectious disease control policy to mitigate the spread.
Our Mobile Diagnostic Technicians and Field Service crews are in the field with appropriate Covid-19 training in addition to their best-in-class safety training.