Adley Services | COVID-19 Special Announcement

To Our Valued Clients and Business Partners:

Thank you to all of our new and existing clients who have recently scheduled their Remote PHA’s.  We look forward to helping you during this difficult time.

Adley Services is open for business during the COVID-19 outbreak. We have transitioned our offices to telework and will continue to support our current clients in the same capacity, and we are willing to assist others that need it. Our staff is available during regular business hours (7 am-5 pm Monday-Thursday, 7 am-11-am Friday). However, we are flexible to alter our schedule as needed to accommodate your needs. 

Communication via email and phone is still the best way to contact us. Our remote engineering operations are fully functional. We can conduct client meetings or Remote PHA’s. Our cloud-based server is still fully accessible by our clients. Field personnel are available. We have taken all necessary precautions to remain available to our clients while complying with the government suggested social distancing.

Per the Critical Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) of the US Department of Homeland Security (, we support the Critical Infrastructure Workforce for Energy and Chemicals Sectors. Although we are not the front line, the services we provide are necessary to support a stable energy supply and a safe chemical infrastructure. We will continue to keep your operations safely producing through our engineering, regulatory, and risk management services. We are petroleum and natural gas workers critical to maintenance and emergency response on onshore and offshore production and processing operations and petroleum refinery facilities. We are workers who support hazardous materials response and cleanup. We are here for here to support the health, safety, and welfare of the workers and the public. Please see the CISA website for additional guidance and information.  

Here are tips from OSHA on how to prepare your workplace for COVID-19. Develop an Infectious Disease Preparedness and Response Plan. Implement necessary infection prevention measures—plan to identify sick people and isolate them promptly. Communicate about workplace flexibilities and protections.

Lastly, below is an article to help with your wellbeing during this stressful time. NASA astronaut Scott Kelly spent a year in space and here is his best advice for spending time in isolation and social distancing as noted in an article, “I Spent a Year in Space, and I Have Tips on Isolation to Share”published in the New York Times and highlighted in a post on the Lafayette Science Museum Facebook page.

  1. Follow a schedule: Include a consistent bedtime for quality sleep —important for cognition, mood & relationships.
  2. Pace yourself: Work can take over if you let it. Make time for fun.
  3. Go outside: Research shows spending time in nature is good for mental & physical health.
  4. Find a hobby: You need an outlet that isn’t work or maintenance.
  5. Keep a journal: Writing about your days gives you perspective.
  6. Take time to connect: Technology helps us reach friends and family.
  7. Listen to experts: “Most problems aren’t rocket science, but when they are, you should ask a rocket scientist.”
  8. Wash your hands‼️

We are grateful for your continued loyalty and confidence in Adley Services.


Susan Frizzell


Sources and Information:


Critical Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

New York Times Interview with Scott Kelly

This information was copied from the Lafayette Science Museum Facebook page.