June – National Safety Month

Relo Moving Safety, Park Slope Moving

Did you know that June is a National Safety Month? You do now.
Relo is dedicated and vigilant to following safety measures and here is how we continue practicing safety this month and well, every month…

New York is beginning to open up after the long and tiresome coronavirus pandemic. As we return to a sense of post-pandemic normalcy, Relo remains vigilant in practicing health safety measures.

We continue to sanitize our trucks and blankets after every move and wear masks and gloves as per our customers requests. We perform daily temperature checks and offer incentives to encourage all our movers to get vaccinated.

Always Keeping Your Items Safe

We treat your belongings as if they were our own. We wrap and protect furniture items and provide customized crating for fragile belongings like antiques, glass, marble countertops, pianos and more.

Physical Safety Best Practices

Our movers are trained to use buddy system and lift the heavy items with legs – never with their backs. Anyone who has ever tried to lift a heavy item, knows there is right way and wrong way to go about it and our Movers are trained to do it the right way!

Additionally, we require our warehouse carpenters to wear all necessary protective equipment, including clothing, hard hats, gloves, eyewear, footwear, etc. We’re also experts at keeping our work areas clean!

Driving Safety

Our mover teams have a dedicated driver and their motto is Drive Safely! Our drivers follow the driving safety measures strictly and it guarantees their safety and safety for your belongings during the move.

If you are looking for a move, we suggest you check out our ultimate moving to-do list and contact us today for a free quote. We guarantee stress-free moving experience be it a local residential move or a commercial office move.

Stay safe!

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