During Covid-19

Our Office is Open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
All visitors must wear a mask/face covering. Thank you.
During this challenging time, Orange County Label’s focus is on supporting our customers, our employees and the local communities in which we operate.

We are working to avoid disruptions caused by COVID-19 coronavirus, while at the same time acting responsibly to do what we can to prevent further spread of the virus.

Our approach to COVID-19

Orange County Label has an established Risk Management Program that incorporates Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) for all our critical activities, risk assessments, and crisis-management protocols. Our executive staff are meeting regularly to monitor activities.

Orange County Label’s Risk Management Program

Our Risk Management Program has identified material risks that include supply-chain disruption, loss of strategic suppliers, logistics disruptions, and site closures. Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) exist to mitigate and manage these risks and we regularly assess and update them. We've successfully activated these BCPs—proactively in many cases—for surety of supply purposes and have been successful in ensuring we can continue to support our customers during the evolving situation with COVID-19.

Our Employees

Orange County Label is committed to providing a safe environment for our employees, their families, and the communities in which we operate. Our business remains open, and we have taken additional precautions to protect our workforce. This includes increased cleaning and disinfection, screening and restricted access for visitors, and the availability of personal protective equipment. Internal and external events have been rescheduled virtually, postponed or canceled.

Our Products

We do not believe our products or packaging pose any transmission risk of COVID-19. Currently, there is no evidence to support transmission of COVID-19 in this manner; the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization and other authorities have confirmed there is very short survivability of the COVID-19 virus on these types of surfaces, and the risk of spreading the virus is very low.
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