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To our valued clients:

I wanted to reach out to share my thoughts with you during this time of uncertainty. COVID-19 is on the minds of everyone and we need to work together in order to stop the spread. 

We, at Levert, are having regular meetings to ensure we are keeping up with the changing information and shifting how we do things in order to best serve our clients and employees. We are currently virtualizing our offices to ensure our staff can continue to do their work at 100% efficiency, while practicing social distancing. Rest assured, we are here and able to continue supporting our clients’ needs. 

To help our clients maintain a healthy workplace, we have implemented a self-declaration form for all our employees to fill out. We have also discontinued all non-essential travel and asked our sales staff to only report to our clients’ offices upon request. They are all available for phone meetings as required.

If you have any questions or feedback, please do not hesitate to contact me at richardlevert@levert.ca or via cell phone at 705-691-6333.

Thank you.


Richard Levert

To our valued employees:

We recognize the concerns raised about the Covid-19 virus and the impact it may have on our day-to-day lives. In order to be proactive and assist in lowering the risk to all of our employees, we are taking the following steps:

✓ While our business remains open, our offices will be closed to the public. We will still be available by telephone or email. Please be sure to keep in communication with your recruiter.

✓ Effective immediately, there is a “No Handshake” policy in place until further notice for all employees.

✓ We ask that all employees refrain from sharing office equipment, supplies and tools when possible.

✓ We ask that you continue to use proper hygiene techniques. This includes ensuring you wash your hands consistently and effectively, cough and sneeze into a tissue or crook of your arm etc. We strongly encourage employees who are not well to stay home! Please report all absences to your recruiter and onsite supervisor.

✓ Employees who have traveled internationally are to self-isolate for 14 days. Keep in contact with your recruiter to keep them informed about your situation.

✓ Complete and return the self-declaration form to your recruiter.

We all play a role in lowering the risk of contracting the virus, or any other illness. As with all health and safety policies, employees need to follow and respect the client’s guidelines for their individual sites. We ask all Levert employees to put their best foot forward in doing their part. If you have any questions, please reach out to your recruiter.

Thank you.

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Safety Tip:
Respect the Icy Conditions

Snow is bad enough, but truly ice and icy conditions can be a far greater hazard to your health. Snow can easily been seen, removed and does have some traction. On the other hand, ice can be an unseen and dangerous condition not only in a vehicle, but especially on foot.

There is nothing worse than battling weather conditions and other traffic then to get to work, park your car and THEN take a tumble and hurt yourself just feet from the door. Falling injuries on ice in parking lots and sidewalks are more common than you would thing. In many cases they lead to serious fractures especially in the arms as employees slip and try to break there fall as they go down.

Here are some tips to help you when conditions are icy:

  • Like many of us, if you are frustrated and tense after pulling into the parking lot after your commute because of the conditions and/or other drivers, take a moment and sit in the car with the heat on and settle down prior to getting out and walking to the door. When we are frustrated, we are much more likely to be rushed, not carefully paying attention as we walk from our car to the door. Additionally, with the stress and tension our muscles get tense and do not function as fluidly as needed when trying to walk on ice.
  • Take very small steps when you walk always sliding your feet across the pavement rather than using your typical stride.
  • If you have to walk up or down an incline, turn sideways and slide your feet apart and together in a sliding side-step motion.
  • Bend your knees just slightly as it will give you better balance while heading to the door.
  • Ensure your feet are slightly apart to give you better balance.
  • Carry something (briefcase, etc.) in your dominant hand while you are walking. This will often help to ensure that if you do fall . . . you don't use and perhaps break your fall (and your hand/wrist/arm) using your dominant hand.
  • And of course, look at the ground while you are walking. All too often when end up slipping on ice that we could see had we been looking for it.

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