Update: Ohio Stay-at-Home Order

penby Amanda Smith
pen March 23, 2020

On March 22, Ohio’s governor Mike DeWine issued a stay-at-home order for the state of Ohio in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The order will be in effect from 11:59 p.m. on March 23 until April 6 and states the following: “With exceptions as outlined below, all individuals currently living within the State of Ohio are ordered to stay at home or at their place of residence except as allowed in this Order…All persons may leave their homes or place of residence only for Essential Activities, Essential Governmental Functions, or to participate in Essential Businesses and Operations.” 

We are aware that our clients and partners throughout the United States may be wondering how this order will affect our daily operations at The Records Company. Because we support legal, medical, and insurance services, we are considered an Essential Business, so our operations will continue uninterrupted.

To ensure the continued safety and health of our staff, we will continue to comply with and exceed the guidelines set forth by the Ohio Department of Health, including ongoing hand hygiene, sanitizing of surfaces, and designating six-foot distances between workspaces in our offices. We applaud our staff members for their flexibility in meeting these requirements, as they protect the well-being of our team and their families as well as ensuring we can continue to serve our clients efficiently.

The Records Company works with law firms, insurance companies, healthcare providers and other businesses around the United States. We offer retrieval and storage of medical, business, and other paper and electronic records from all 50 states as well as international sources. The company has retrieved and delivered more than 1.6 million records since 2013.