Teck is closely monitoring guidance from public health agencies and government, and has implemented comprehensive measures to protect the health and safety of our people and communities in response to COVID-19. Find out more about what we are doing and check back for regular updates.
Updated: March 24, 2020
Teck is implementing extensive preventative measures across its offices and operations in order to safeguard the health of our employees, while continuing to operate safely and responsibly maintain employment and economic activity.
We are closely monitoring and following guidance from public health agencies and government.
Measures in place at Teck’s sites include:
Other measures being put into place at Teck’s operations include:
Teck is taking the COVID-19 pandemic very seriously. By working together, we can limit the spread and look after ourselves, our families and each other.
Follow the below best practices for prevention, as informed by public health authorities:
Related Documents for Employees
In response to COVID-19, we are requiring all visitors to Teck sites – including Teck visitors – to complete a self-declaration form. The individual extending the invitation to visitors is responsible for ensuring completion and retention of this form. If a recent visitor contacts a Teck representative to say they are exhibiting signs of COVID-19, please inform your HR representative.
Please take a few minutes to complete the ‘Take 5 to Limit the Spread’ form before starting work and help each other stay healthy.
The symptoms for COVID-19 include:
Additional information about symptoms can be found at www.who.int
How to protect yourself against COVID-19
April, 2020 - Government of Canada
The Government of Canada has released a list of essential services and functions that can continue to operate with proper mitigation measures in place. This list includes mining and mining supply chain services.
March 30, 2020 - Alberta list of essential services
The province of Alberta has released a list of essential services that can continue to operate with proper risk mitigation measures in place. This list includes mining and mining supply chain services.
March 26, 2020 - British Columbia list of essential services
The province of British Columbia released a list of essential services to remain open, provided they follow the recommendations of the Provincial Health Office. This includes mining, smelting, and mining supply chain services.
March 26, 2020 – Alaska list of essential Services
Alaska has released a list of critical infrastructure industries that have a special responsibility to continue operations during this time. This includes mining and mining supply chain services.