Sep 28, 2021

A fall COVID-19 update from Vince Kenny and Berni Molz


LNG Canada and JGC I Fluor JV are committed to protecting our workers, the community, and our project from COVID-19. This includes reducing the risk of infection in all areas of our operations and activities.

Our tool kit to reduce the spread of COVID-19 continues to grow and evolve. This update describes some of the measures we currently have in place.

Mandatory rapid testing

On-site vaccination program:

Non-essential travel and worker movements:

Face covering requirements:

Mandatory face coverings have been reinstated, based on the Provincial Health Officer’s most recent Order on Face Coverings. Face coverings must be worn:

On-site medical resources and facilities

We have on-site medical facilities staffed by more than a dozen healthcare professionals and emergency response team members, who are available to project workers 24/7.

Providing professional medical care at our worksite greatly reduces the need for off-site services

As always, our approach remains aligned with direction from the Government of Canada and Government of British Columbia. We continue to monitor the situation and adjust our plans and actions as required.

Stay safe.

Vince Kenny
LNG Canada Construction Manager

Berni Molz
JGC I Fluor JV Construction Director

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