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UPDATED 03/20/20

Under the updated California order issued by Governor Newsom we will remain fully operational in order to maintain continuity of operation of the federal critical infrastructure sectors.

As we continue to navigate this unprecedented time, Temp Power Systems operations remain open. The company is closely monitoring and observing all federal, state, and county guidelines as well as guidelines set forth by the CDC for the well-being of its business partners and employees.


Employee Spread & Prevention

All Employees are required to watch the following prevention video and submit their information confirming they have watched it.


If you are sick, consider yourself to be high-risk for COVID-19, or if someone in your household is sick, please stay home, keep yourself safe, and contact your supervisor and a medical professional as soon as possible. Those who report to work ill will be sent home. Please keep vigilant as to the guidelines put forth by the CDC and others to keep our communities safe and healthy—continue to practice safe hygiene habits and social distancing.

Meetings and Travel

In alignment with the CDC we will be postponing all large-group gatherings and enforcing social distancing measures. Until further notice, all travel is restricted. All meetings are encouraged to be conducted using Zoom conference calls or video conferencing.

Working Remotely

Temp Power Systems is preparing employees for remote work, should that directive be issued by governing authorities. Our corporate headquarters will remain open for healthy employees.

Active Projects

All projects NOT currently impacted by municipal shutdowns are moving ahead and will receive our support. COVID-19 response awareness meetings are being held with each division of production.

Expect Delays

In some areas our access to required permits and inspections may be impacted. customers, subcontractors, and vendors will be notified on a case-by-case basis regarding any setbacks due to closures of building departments and municipalities.

Management is proactively discussing and responding to the developments of this crisis and will be communicating next steps as they develop.


OPERATIONS – Contact Director of Operations—Chris Yates or email


Preventative Actions Recommended by the CDC 

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or your sleeve
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom and before eating
  • Monitor your symptoms, seek medical attention, and stay at home if you suspect you are sick
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