COVID19 Office Protocols
As we all come together as a global community, our thoughts are with those affected by the virus and those working tirelessly to treat them. As the situation continues to evolve, Theriault Financial's primary focus remains on protecting the health and safety of our staff, clients and the communities we serve. In response to the pandemic and to comply with Provincial mandates, we are limiting access to our office. If you are planning to visit our office, we are asking you to help prevent the spread of COVID and keep our staff safe by following our workplace safety protocols.
- If you have been out of the Atlantic Canada provinces (NB, NS, NL, PEI), we are requesting you do not enter the premises until after the mandated 14 day quarantine period.
- If you are experiencing or have been in contact with someone with flu or cold like symptoms such as: fever, cough, tiredness, aches and pains, sore throat, diarrhoea, headache, loss of taste or smell or a rash on skin or discolouration of fingers or toes; we will ask you to visit our office another day when you are feeling better.
- For any Deliveries including: Canada Post, couriers and clients whenever possible, please use the outside drop box and knock to notify staff or if you require a signature.
- Every person to enter the premises will be required to immediately wash their hands or use the provided disinfectant wipes or hand sanitizer. No exceptions.
- While visiting our office, for your safety and the health and well-being of our staff, please respect and follow the indicated floor markings to ensure social distancing.
Finally, Stay informed! In Canada, the risk associated with COVID19 is currently low for the general population. However, the risk varies by country and changes over time. For reliable up-to-date information, you can refer to the World Health Organization (WHO) COVID19 page. As well as, the Government of Canada and Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security provide reliable and updated information on their COVID19 outbreak pages.