Coronavirus (COVID-19) Policy

Tech Safety Lines will update our COVID-19 policy as the situation evolves and new CDC guidelines are released.

We are currently conducting training at our training facility in Dallas and following the coronavirus guidelines set forth by the CDC and beyond. Our instructors are also available to travel to your company’s training facility, given we review and approve of the coronavirus guidelines your company has in place.

For questions or feedback, please contact or call us at (214) 987-4680.

  • If the student is not vaccinated, face coverings must be worn at all times. If anyone does not have a mask, TSL can provide one for them.
  • All students will enter and exit the TSL training facility via the rear door. There is a station with a sign in sheet along with a hand cleaning station, mask and PPE check. Student's temperature will be taken prior to entry using a Thermal Imaging System. Anyone whose temperature is 100.4°F or greater on the initial screening will be asked to wait in a designated area for 15 minutes for a second screening. If the individual has a second reading of 100.4°F or greater, they will not be permitted entry.
  • TSL invested in 2 electrostatic application systems that spray a medical grade disinfectant solution in our facility and on the training equipment for proper surface disinfection. Training facility will be disinfected at noon, and at the end of each day. Janitorial service is preformed two times a week with additional emphasis on sanitizing.
  • Hand sanitizing stations are located throughout the facility.
  • We have UV lighting in all interior A/C units for air sanitizing.
  • TSL installed Air scrubbers in our facility that help purify indoor air, reducing the threat of virus and eliminating particles like odors and dust that can irritate allergies and asthma.
  • Class size and number of classes has been reduced to help with social distancing.
  • The training floor and classrooms have been isolated from the front offices, assembly, and distribution.