• Our Locksmith technicians protected from COVID-19

    March 23, 2020 | snavon
  • Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    What You Need to Know

  • How to Protect Yourself

  • What To Do if You Are Sick



    Get Pro Locksmith is committed to the health and well-being of our customers and employees. We continue to monitor and observe the recommendations of the CDC as well as any federal, state, and local government directives.

    We want you to know that we have established procedures for our internal employees that will allow us to continue to be able to serve our customers.

    This includes having some of our teams work remotely, so we can help slow the spread of the virus, while doing so in a way that we can still be of service to our customers.

    We encourage each of our affiliates to take similar precautions and keep us informed of any changes to your capabilities or capacities (please send us any updates to info@getprolocksmith.com, as necessary).

    We have also taken the following steps in order to minimize the spread among our teams, in order to maintain proper staffing levels to be there for you:

    1) We have expanded our work from home opportunities so that we may continue to service our customers.

    2) We continue to enhance our onsite safety procedures, including implementing visitor screening questionnaires.

    3) We have reduced travel for our employees.

    We would like to assure you that Get Pro Locksmith remains fully operational, continuing to service all trades and customers while abiding by government and health regulations. We remain committed to helping our customers and affiliates effectively manage through this situation while ensuring the wellness and safety of our employees

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    • Government facilities
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    • Information technology
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