Important Update from ACEC-SK regarding COVID-19


This is an important message from ACEC-SK to its members and stakeholders about the actions our association is taking to respond to the coronavirus pandemic. We have been closely monitoring the rapid evolving COVID-19 guidance being offered by Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer, as well as policy development and decisions taken by various orders of government, our own member companies, and other professional/trade associations in this province.

Of particular relevance to the operation of our association are changes to Article 45 of Saskatchewan’s Public Health Act that state: no public gatherings of over 250 people are permitted, and no event of more than 50 people is permitted if it includes people that have travelled internationally. Also of note, many of our member firms are now enforcing corporate policies such as banning non-essential business travel as well as strongly discouraging personal travel. Some member firms are also already asking their employees to work remotely, or at least exploring options to implement this type of work environment.

As a result, effective immediately ACEC-SK will be taking the following measures until further notice:

Beverly MacLeod:

Darlene Leamon:

These actions were approved at an emergency teleconference meeting of ACEC-SK’s Board of Directors on Friday, March 13th.

In these unprecedented times, although we are a relatively small association, ACEC-SK is committed to doing our part to reducing coronavirus transmission. We will adjust as necessary and regularly communicate with you about how we need to react as this critical health and societal threat continues to evolve.

March 16, 2020

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