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COVID-19 information for contractors, suppliers and service providers

Return to work

At Cenovus, the health and safety of our people is our number one priority. We have dedicated teams that have been working throughout the COVID-19 pandemic on proactive measures to prevent the virus from significantly impacting our workers and our business. Our priority is to ensure everything is done in accordance with the COVID-19 health and safety protocols, as well as any new guidance from government, public health officials or our Health & Safety team.

If you are currently at one of our worksites, or will be returning to work at one soon, it’s important that you familiarize yourself with our COVID-19 health and safety protocols, standards and guidelines which are available through the Cenovus External Learning Portal. If you don’t currently have a login for the portal, you’ll need to set one up. Please review the information on the portal regularly to stay up to date.

COVID-19 updates

Some of our COVID-19 protocols and procedures have been adjusted. Please review the updated documents in the Return to the workplace module on the external portal.

With the growing number of cases of COVID-19 in the province, additional mandatory measures have been added to our mask protocols. Please review the updated mask protocol in the Return to the workplace module on the external portal.

We’re strengthening our mask protocols in response to the rise in COVID-19 cases and guidance from health authorities. Effective immediately, a disposable procedural mask is required at all times when workers are indoors and not at their individual workstation or desk. These changes will apply to employees, contractors, service providers and suppliers working at our office and field locations.

We are taking the precautionary measure of tightening our transportation policies for flights and busing to and from FCCL. While we have maintained 50% reduced capacity on our flights and off-site busing, on-site busing capacity will be reduced to approximately 35% capacity to allow for two-metre physical distancing between passengers.

Additionally, our active screening questions used at FCCL, Bruderheim, and the air terminals have been updated to align with Alberta Health Services.

Please review the updated mask, transportation and active screening guidance in the Return to the workplace module on the external portal.