Against the backdrop of the global COVID-19 outbreak, Maple Reinders is preparing, responding and communicating to the best of our knowledge.
We are endeavouring to continue to build critical infrastructure and private-sector projects; and our offices and most of our sites remain open. However, these extraordinary circumstances require adaptability to what are sometimes daily or hourly changes.
In this context, please be assured that Maple Reinders’ goals are to do our utmost to protect the health and safety of our staff, clients and wider community. We have been guided in this effort by the advice of local, provincial and national public health authorities and have a formal plan and measures in place as part of our individual and collective efforts to slow and limit the spread of COVID-19.
Maple Reinders’ pandemic task force:
Meets daily and updates top management on the evolution of the situation
Ensures our organization in all Provinces of Canada in which we operate follows official authorities’ protocols
Discusses and approves measures and safeguards as the situation unfolds
We are grateful for the resilience, leadership and empathy of our employees during a challenging and stressful time. Even at a time when physical separation defines interactions between us, the prevailing strength of our community is more evident than ever.
We have set up a COVID-19 email address: firstname.lastname@example.org for all staff to pose questions. Please also have discussions with your manager so concerns can be addressed in the daily calls with the COVID team.
The link below will direct you to the Maple Reinders’ Contact Tracing Form which helps better understand the process of identifying individuals and locations in the workplace that may have been exposed to a person who is infected (or suspected to be infected) by COVID-19.
Maple Reinders’ Confirmed COVID-19 Case – Response Flowcharts
The link below will direct you to the Maple Reinders’ Confirmed COVID-19 Case – Response Flowcharts for both project locations and office locations to better understand how to deal with any confirmed COVID-19 cases.
VirtualClinic+ is Canada’s easiest to use telehealth solution. It requires no app downloads and connects you with a doctor when you need it. Covered in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario with a valid health card.
To book an online appointment with a Canadian Doctor, click the link below to visit their website.
Canada Mask Supply was created in response to the increased need for domestic personal protection during this time of crisis. They are a 100% Canadian Company producing a ‘Made in Canada’ protective face masks, made with Hospital-grade material adhering to specifications as set out by the CDC. Canada Mask Supply has shields, which are produced in Canada on a 3D printer.
To find out more information about Canada Mask Supply, click the link below to visit their website.