Under the “Memorandum on Identification of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce During COVID-19 Response” issued on March 19, 2020 by the United States Department of Homeland Security, Safe Fleet’s operations comprise “essential” businesses serving the transportation and logistics, construction, first responder, public works and other “critical infrastructure” segments.
In keeping with that public responsibility, Safe Fleet is broadly committed to maintaining its operations during the coronavirus outbreak in order to support and serve our customers – including firefighters, EMS staff, law enforcement officers, public transit agencies, waste workers, and foodservice delivery workers – and help them continue to deliver critical and essential services.
We are regularly monitoring and assessing local, state, and federal announcements, directives and guidelines concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. Although these recommendations and requirements are frequently changing and, at times, contradictory, we are committed to taking every reasonable measure to operate in accordance with the then-prevailing legal and regulatory requirements and best practices in our industry for the protection of the health and safety of the Safe Fleet community and the general public.
As of today, Safe Fleet manufacturing plants, service facilities, and parts supply operations are open and operating to meet our customer needs.