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The goalduring Safety and Health Week is to focus employers, employees, partners and thepublic on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community. For more information about the history of North American Occupational Safety and Health Week – Link With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Arnott Construction Ltd., the contractor on the project, is taking all reasonable precautionsnecessaryin order to follow the most up to date industry best practices in order to fight the spread of the virus. Changes have been made to Health Safetyprocedures and protocols, as well contingency plans have been put into place.The situation will continue to be monitoredand changes will be implemented where necessary. “In discussions with both Arnott Construction Ltd. and Tatham Engineering, a plan was developed permitting Phase 2 to continue as scheduled, with extra precautions in place given these ever-changing times, Phase 2 will be done in one-block increments, with the first block of work being done from Bayshore Drive to Dominion Avenue. The project will continue south, with Elizabeth Street to Yonge Street being the final block. A work schedule and traffic control plan have been posted on Engaging Midland, and more updates will be provided throughout Phase 2. For more details. For more information on the state of COVID-19 in our area, please contact the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit at or or visit their website atsimcoemuskokahealth.org. For a PDF version of this media release clickhere. Daylight Savings Time Spring Forward with safety in mind! Don’t forget on Sunday, March 8th, when you move your clocks ahead 1 hour, change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarmsAll alarms wear out; replace yours according to the manufacturer`s instructions.Test all smoke and carbon monoxide alarms at least once a month. Install smoke alarms on every storey of your home and outside all sleeping areas.For best protection, install smoke alarms in every bedroom.Install a carbon monoxide alarm adjacent to all sleeping areas.Dust can affect your alarms. Periodically vacuum the face, and vents of your alarms with a soft bristle brush. Practise your home escape plan with the entire family. A level below 10% is considered a low risk.
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