Covid-19 update

CNL Statement Regarding COVID-19 Pandemic


Like other organizations across the country, CNL is closely monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada and around the world, and is taking measures to ensure the health and safety of its employees and the general public. To coordinate this response, CNL has established a Pandemic Planning Committee made up of health and safety representatives and senior executives who are working to prevent the transmission of COVID-19 across our sites and local communities, while ensuring the continuity of our operations and research activities.

While the threat to CNL operations is low at this time, we recognize that COVID-19 continues to spread quickly around the globe and throughout Canadian communities, and we are prepared to adjust our plans as the situation evolves. In the meantime, CNL will continue to follow the guidance of the World Health Organization (WHO), the Government of Canada and the provincial health authorities to ensure our COVID-19 prevention measures align with public health directives and protocols.

CNL Staff, Contractors and Visitors to CNL sites:


 ·        If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms we are directing that you do not attend work or enter any CNL facility. You are asked to contact the Health Centre and follow up with your manager on alternate work arrangements.

·        If you are currently travelling internationally or have travelled internationally and returned to Canada on or after March 13, we are directing that you do not attend work or enter the site. You are asked to contact the Health Centre and follow up with your manager on alternate work arrangements.
 
CNL Health Centre COVID-19 Pandemic Contacts:
 
Troy Purcell - Employee Health and Wellness Manager 
613-584-8811 or 866-513-2325, ext. 46643; Cell 613-633-0417 
cnl.ca


Rosetta McGirl - Medical Supervisor/Senior Occupational Health Nurse 
613-584-8811 or 866-513-2325, ext. 43601; Cell (613) 633-1621 
cnl.ca