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MHCA, WORKSAFELY® services continue as pandemic restrictions lift

The MHCA and the WORKSAFELY® team are continuing with uninterrupted services as Manitoba pulls out of the Covid-19 restrictions this month.

“Our training and education programs have operated very well, serving our industry’s needs, at the Manitoba Construction Services Council offices on Waverley and we are continuing to use their facilities as demand for training ramps up this spring,” WORKSAFELY® Director Don Hurst said.

The MHCA has made the decision to open its office to the public slowly, with Covid-19 protocols in place as staff plans the return to working in office.

While the return-to-office is planned for March 14, the office will remain closed to the public for the month of March, as the omicron virus continues to recede and infections are reduced in the public.

The re-opening allows for drop-offs and pick-ups at the door again as of March 14.

“We are grateful to MCSC, with its capacious training and meeting rooms, for allowing training and education to be held in their spaces, something that has worked well for our industry,” MHCA President Chris Lorenc said.

While MHCA board and committees will return to in-office meetings in the near future, the MHCA has made the decision to continue requesting proof of vaccination and will take other measures to reduce the chance of Covid-19 transmission.

For all your training needs please contact Kristen Ranson at kristen@mhca.mb.ca