Notice to visitors, contractors, delivery drivers, and truck drivers regarding precautions concerning Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) while on Iowa Corn Processors property.
Iowa Corn Processors is committed to doing our part to inform and protect our employees during the current pandemic outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. Additionally, supplementary information on the virus and recommendations from the CDC on precautions all Americans should be taking are also being provided as a courtesy along with this notice.
While on-site, ICP is asking all non-employees to observe the following precautions:
- All truck drivers are requested to stay in their trucks except to deliver scale tickets or BOL to ICP personnel, and to open their trailers/gates. Until further notice, truck drivers are not allowed to be in the main office or corn grading office. A Port-a-Pot is provided on the East side of the A-mill, when needed.
- Visitors and contractors are only allowed on property for business-critical concerns. All non-essential visits to ICP are prohibited until further notice. Permission to visit ICP must be approved in writing by the Company CEO – Brian Widdel, or Company President – Chris Giguere.
- Visitors and contractors allowed on-site with written approval will be required to follow ICP’s existing GMP rules for visitors and contractors, which requires effective hand washing before entering the facility, as well as being escorted at all times. In addition, until further notice, those individuals will be asked to wear an N-95 respiratory mask and to allow their escort to open doors and touch items in the facility on their behalf, whenever possible.
We appreciate your help in keeping our employees safe, as well as following CDC recommendations for all Americans to help in preventing the further spread of COVID-19 and mitigating its impact.