THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
As we navigate through this uncharted territory together and proactively prepare, respond, and continue to learn more about COVID-19, we would like to assure you that our top priority is — and always has been — to provide safe, reliable access for our clients and the communities we serve. To do so effectively means taking care of everyone’s health and safety, first and foremost.
To our clients, rest assured that we continue to move forward with regular operations in accordance with the direction from our provincial and federal leaders. At this time, there are no interruptions in our service.
Feel free to download this resource for your own home office or work site. We all play a part in planking the curve.
The Canadian Construction Association has released protocols for all Canadian construction worksites that we are also adhering to.
We are monitoring new information about COVID-19 closely and with many projects on the go, we have enacted a number of HSE protocols to support all customers and our personnel. These protocols include, but are not limited to:
Out of an abundance of caution, we have ensured and will continue to monitor the safety of our employees on-site. We are hyper-vigilant about equipment cleaning, personal hygiene, physical distancing, on and off the clock.
➡ Work from Home (WFH) Policy was rolled out to our corporate staff.
➡ We continue to encourage social and physical distancing 24/7.
➡ As per government guidelines we have restricted all non-essential travel.
➡ For all clients and team members, we offer Zoom video conference as a way to continue to collaborate and will continue to proceed with all meetings online.
➡ COVID-19 HSE signage throughout our offices and job sites.
➡ In the meantime, providing safe, reliable access – whether that means getting to a worksite safely or collaborating with us via online video conference meetings – continues to be our utmost priority.
At this time, we would also like to encourage everyone to stick to the facts. Please refer to the Government of Canada and the World Health Organization (WHO) for accurate intel on this evolving situation.
For more information, here are some government resources in western Canada that we encourage you to check out, based on where you are located:
BC Centre for Disease Control
Alberta Health Services (AHS)
Saskatchewan Health Authority
We will communicate any changes that may impact your business, but do not foresee any today.
We are committed to delivering world-class service during these uncertain times.
We’re so grateful for all the essential service providers near and far.
Thank you to all of the healthcare professionals working around the clock to save lives; to the frontline workers in transportation, construction, resources, and utilities (among many others); and to those who are practicing social and physical distancing and working from home to help plank the curve; your efforts are noticed and appreciated.
This has been an unprecedented time and now more than ever, we need to support each other. We are better together, stronger together, and smarter together. We’ve got your back.
Stay safe out there,