In recent weeks, the spread of the COVID-19 virus has intensified to a point where many companies are taking measures to protect their employees and their families, customers, and partners. Last week here at ATP, we enacted our company’s internal emergency readiness protocols for all offices and employees globally.

These protocols are designed to keep our employees and their families safe, reduce the risk of exposure to any virus or outbreaks within the company, ensure that service disruptions are limited for our customers, and be a responsible global company in fighting this outbreak.

By temporarily limiting our customer and trade show travel in high-risk areas and implementing our emergency readiness protocols, we expect the risk to our employees, their families, our customers, and global vendor network to be low.

bacteria in black and whiteWe have also implemented a remote-work policy for all employees globally, which comes into effect as of Monday morning, March 16th.  All of our employees will be working from home and are connected with each other through our internal communication and server systems. While it is a change in how we operate, it should have minimal impact on the service we deliver to you.

We also understand the immense strain this is placing on the aviation industry; one we’ve been proud to be a part of for almost 50 years. We will continue to support our customers within the aviation industry throughout this temporary phase of additional caution and have already begun work on ways to support the industry’s recovery efforts once the storm is over. Until then, please know that we are committed to keeping our employees, our customers, and our partners safe during these uncertain times.

Should you have any questions regarding our efforts to keep ATP a safe and reliable company during the global COVID-19 outbreak, please feel free to email our corporate communications team at [email protected].


Rick Noble

About the Author: ATP

ATP is the leading provider of maintenance tracking, flight operations, inventory management, repetitive defect analysis, and troubleshooting software. The company’s applications help reduce operating costs, improve aircraft reliability, and supports technical knowledge sharing and collaboration within the business aviation, military/defense, commercial aviation, and OEM industries.

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