At Nomodic, our dedication to leaving things better starts with caring deeply about protecting the health and safety of our employees, clients, partners, and those in the communities we live and work in.
As the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, Nomodic is following the guidance of public health authorities and taking preventative measures to help protect our team and ensure the continuity of both our business and the operations of our clients and partners.
Supporting Our Employees
In response to the situation and recommendations from health officials, Nomodic has taken the preventative step to have all office employees work from home until further notice.
We are also asking our employees to take a number of immediate precautions, including following recommended hygiene protocols, practicing social distancing, postponing travel, and contacting Alberta Health Services at the first sign of any symptoms.
Making Our Job Sites Safer
We are also committed to re-evaluating job site safety protocols and implementing recommended procedures to address the spread of COVID-19. These include increased awareness at daily toolbox meetings and control measures including proper hygiene protocols, job site cleaning, and strict PPE guidelines. Further details can be found in Nomodic’s COVID-19 Response Manual.
These measures are to protect the health and safety of our employees, our clients, subcontractors, and the communities we serve.
Adapting to an Evolving Situation
We continue to monitor developments closely while following the guidance of public health authorities, and we are committed to keeping you informed with additional information. The latest updates will be posted to this page.
We appreciate your understanding, support, and for sharing our commitment to help protect the health and safety of our communities and each other.
For questions related to Nomodic’s COVID-19 Response, please contact Tian Alsgard, chair of the Nomodic COVID-19 Committee, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Page last updated: January 4, 2021