To our clients, colleagues, and community;

Throughout the developments of the COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our community has remained paramount. In a prudent effort to meet our social responsibility to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Wolf Lake Construction has adopted new office protocols and controls in our return to the workplace and reopening of the office to the public.

Precautionary Measures

To action the lead of Public Health Authorities, Wolf Lake has implemented additional practices and policies to ensure the safety of our staff, clients, and the community.

Our risk management approach to COVID-19 in the workplace focuses on four key pillars:

  1. Clear communication – communicating our new protocols and procedures with staff and clients.
  2. Personal protective equipment – masks, hand sanitizer.
  3. Physical distancing – distancing protocols, engineered barriers, directional signage, vests.
  4. Duration of exchange – eliminating or limiting prolonged periods of close contact.

Close contact is considered personal interactions that break the two-meter guidelines for physical distancing or contact in a confined space (entrance or lunch room) for prolonged periods of time. In these situations, the use of PPE (facemasks) is mandatory for both employees and clients.

Wolf Lake Construction has also increased its cleaning and disinfecting practices within the office. This includes special treatment of workstations, high contact areas, and shared or common spaces. We have also limited and restricted areas to staff and the public.

Work being carried out in our community will be performed in a safe manner.  All employees are encouraged to work in isolation, keeping strict distancing protocols when engaging with the general public.  While working outdoors, employees will be wearing facemasks or balaclavas to prevent the spread of the virus.

Wolf Lake Construction staff will adhere to all government mandates, orders and policies.

Office Closure

Unfortunately, at this time our office is closed to visitors. We encourage, in every possible instance that clients and business partners schedule a telephone call or zoom conference call.

Additionally, unexpected visitors to the office will:

  • Wear mask while inside the building – if you do not have one, we can provide one to you.
  • Register to our visitor log-book – in the event timely contact tracing is necessary.

Please understand that we are implementing these precautions to keep everyone healthy. So please have patience and help us keep everyone safe.

Wolf Lake Construction remains steadfast in its commitment to support the Greater Sudbury Community during this time. We will continue to monitor the situation and update our practices and policies in accordance with recommendations and direction from public health officials as necessary.

Thank you for your understanding during this crucial time. Stay well and take care,

Robert Pollesel