COVID-19 DISPATCH PROTOCOLS
It is the responsibility of all Canadians to do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19. The same is true for any person taking a dispatch from Lodge 146 and reporting to work.
It is expected that each dispatched person from this Lodge has been and continues to be compliant with all Canadian health services orders and Canadian government health measures and restrictions.
It is further expected that each dispatched person from this Lodge has been and continues to perform daily health checks to monitor their symptoms.
Lodge 146 remains committed to protecting members, employees and all Albertans by continuing to comply with all Public Health Orders and federal, provincial and municipal governments directives. We appreciate your support and understanding as we cope with the pandemic and do our part to comply with all government actions to limit the spread of COVID-19*.
The following links are meant to provide easy access to relevant COVID-19 information:
CCOHS Work Camps COVID-19 Tips
Guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreak Prevention, Control Management in Work Camps and Work Sites
Guidance for Employer Initiated COVID-19 Testing
Work Camps/Sites Prevention, Preparedness & Management
Guidance for Operators of Industrial Work Camps
Complete Information for Albertans
Alberta Health Services COVID-19 Resources
Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Updates
CCOHS COVID Health and Safety Guide
Help During Tough Times: You are not alone – IN EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SITUATIONS DIAL 911
There is no denying these are strange times. Provincial Health Services have mental health supports in place. Canadians are encouraged to use them if they find themselves struggling – we are in this together.
Alberta Health Mental Health Resources
Boilermakers FIELD Family Services Employee Assistance Plan (fseap)
Helpline Telephone: 1-866-990-1113
Group Name: Boilermakers
Boilermakers SHOP Family Services Employee Assistance Plan (fseap)
Individuals working under the IBB Local 146 / BCA of Alberta collective agreement were formerly participants in the CLR-A CEFAP
Visit their webpage for more details on services www.bcacanada.ca
Helpline Telephone: 1-800-663-1142