Given the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Borea would like to reassure you and advise you that we are taking all necessary precautions to protect our employees and their families while also ensuring the continuity of our operations and keeping our worksites open. Your health and security is our first priority. We are committed to keeping you informed and supporting you at this uncertain time, with its many concerns and worries. Borea intends to follow the guidelines set by government authorities at all times, and will continue to act responsibly to help contain the spread of this virus. In the spirit of sharing and working together to fight the spread of Covid-19, Borea’s Emergency Response Team is making all of our Response Plan documentation available to all. This documentation will be updated daily.
Pierre Pomerleau, President and CEO of Pomerleau, provides an update on COVID-19 situation for all Pomerleau and Borea employees.
Where permitted by their role, all Borea employees are asked to work from home.
All employees returning from a trip abroad must work from home, where permitted by their role.
Any employee exhibiting flu-like symptoms, or who has been in contact with someone exhibiting such symptoms, must go into preventive self-isolation for 14 days.
All Borea jobsites remain in operation.
To limit contamination risks, we will be strengthening hygiene measures as follows:
– Delivering hand sanitizer to all jobsites.
– More frequent/thorough cleaning of jobsite trailers and washroom facilities in particular.
– Emphasizing prevention among all workers, with regard to hygiene rules.
Any jobsite worker exhibiting flu-like symptoms, or who has been in contact with someone exhibiting such symptoms, must go into preventive self-isolation for 14 days.