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Covid-19 and contractors, April 29 news roundup

How do self-isolation rules affect essential workers?


April 29, 2020
By Rob Blackstien

Here is a roundup of the latest news related to the contracting industry and the Covid-19 pandemic:

The Construction Safety Association of Manitoba has provided some clarification about the rules related to mandatory self-isolation for those coming into the province, as they relate to essential workers.

The Winnipeg Construction Association is hosting a free webinar on May 8 titled “How to Keep Employees Engaged and Productive During Stressful Times.”

American contractors are worried about the long-term affects of Covid-19, a survey suggests.

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Despite Covid-19, solar contractors in Hawaii are busier than ever.

Homebuilders in the UK are lobbying the government for Covid-19 testing at construction sites as more companies get back to work.


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  1. Ben Polley says:

    …and Ontario just published its own Health and Safety Guidelines specific to the construction industry today. https://news.ontario.ca/opo/en/2020/4/health-and-safety-association-guidance-documents-for-workplaces-during-the-covid-19-outbreak.html

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