IPAC intends to continue working on all projects deemed necessary and essential. We will continue to provide our services and operations as long as it is in our control to do so.
The health and safety of our staff, suppliers, client and the general public are paramount to IPAC. As such, we are taking the COVID-19 outbreak extremely seriously.
In response to the pandemic and in line with the federal and provincial government’s recommendations, IPAC has provided the following communications, policies and response planning:
- All Staff Memo- Safety Bulletin, dated March 5, 2020
- All Staff Memo- Safety Bulletin, dated March 13, 2020
- HR-PO-67 Epidemic- Pandemic Policy
- HR-PO-67 Attachment A - Infectious Disease Outbreak Response Plan
Copies of the above are available upon request. In addition, IPAC is working on relevant and new safe work practices and procedures for our workforce as they become necessary.
Additional measures are being taken on projects with more than 50 workers. These precautions include:
- Splitting the size and staggering morning tailgate meetings
- Staggering lunch and coffee breaks to allow for social distancing
- Limiting meeting sizes and using virtual meetings when possible
IPAC keeps informed of the COVID-19 situation through the following sources:
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
- Federal and Provincial governments
- Local Health Authorities
We ask that all stakeholders take responsibility and cooperate to help prevent the spread of this virus. We will continue to monitor and provide necessary communication as the situation changes.
Derrick Mysko Phil Linfield
President Director, HSEIPAC Services Corporation IPAC Services Corporatio