Update of March 17, 2020
The following travel measures take precedence over those issued prior to March 17.
No business travel by commercial flight is permitted until further notice, unless a situation is deemed urgent or necessary to continue operations, and must be pre-authorized by the Vice President of your area.
All other travel between our establishments must be justified by a necessary and important business need.
This instruction does not apply to the delivery of goods.
New mandatory isolation instruction for travel
Update of March 13, 2020
New Mandatory Isolation Requirements for Travel
Update of March 12, 2020
Business and personal trips
Instructions for travellers from the authorities are changing from day to day. Canam Group’s decisions are based on the sites of the government authorities in each of the countries where we operate. The list of countries’ risk levels is updated daily.
Here are the specific instructions for all business and personal travel according to the risk level established by the country in question. It is possible that at the start of a trip, the country you are visiting or stopping in is a low-risk country, but the situation may change on your return.
All non-essential air travel should be limited.
Under no circumstances will Canam Group force an employee to travel if they are not comfortable doing so.
We cannot prohibit personal travel, but our responsibility is to protect the health of all employees.
|Instructions according to the risk level of the country visited||Prohibited travel||Pre-authorization from a member of the Pandemic Committee or the HR Department|
Mandatory isolation with no access to the workplace for 14 days.
Provide proof of travel (air tickets)
Inform the human resources manager before your departure. If the risk level of the country visited changes during your absence, isolation may be mandatory upon your return.
Monitor health status for 14 days following your return.
If symptoms occur during this period, inform the Human Resources Manager, stay at home and consult a health professional immediately.
|Canada||See new instructions issued on March 13||See new instructions issued on March 13||See new instructions issued on March 13||All countries|
|United States||See new instructions issued on March 13||See new instructions issued on March 13||See new instructions issued on March 13||All countries|
|India||Listed countries||Other countries||Listed countries||Other countries|
|Romania||Red and yellow levels||Other countries||Red and yellow levels||Other countries|
To prevent the spread of the virus and to protect their health and that of their colleagues, employees have an obligation to disclose any travel to a country at risk (including level 1) to their Human Resources Department.
We also recommend that you avoid travel to countries listed by your government, avoid public transportation and take the necessary hygiene measures.