In light of recent events, we wanted to provide the following update regarding continued services at Pantheon Industries.
As we have done throughout this Covid-19 pandemic, we continue to believe that the vocational and community employment support services Pantheon provides are critical and essential to the health and well-being of those we serve. We have made significant adaptations to our programming and operations to safely meet the needs of our clients and employees and will continue to do so moving forward.
In light of the Supreme Court ruling, Pantheon will continue to maintain all of the proactive infection control policies we’ve been engaging in, along with the other recommendations of the CDC and Department of Health Services (DHS). We will continue to practice social distancing and all other aspects of mitigation that have allowed our staff and employees to continue programming in as safe an environment as possible.
While the official “shelter at home” policy has been struck down, the pandemic is ongoing and we will continue to ask that all of our employees, clients and their families continue to follow the recommendations of the CDC and our own internal infection control policies to ensure the health of our staff and clients.
As we continue to welcome back our client employees and staff, we do have a “fitness for duty” survey that must be completed in order to return. This will help ensure the wellbeing of the work environment as we all transition towards “the new normal”.
As always, please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.
Rick Block – Executive Director
Erik Martin – Operations Director
Pantheon Industries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which strives to help individuals with disabilities achieve their full potential through a variety of employment opportunities. We believe that in meaningful work lies dignity and self-worth which is why we emphasize possibilities over limitations.
The mission of Pantheon Industries is to provide a full spectrum of opportunities for individuals with disabilities. We believe that all individuals, regardless of ability level, have the right to participate in meaningful employment.
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