Procedures to Follow For Truck Loading/Unloading and Service Providers
Due to the rapidly escalating health concerns relating to the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and the global health threat identified by the World Health Organization, LDC is taking preventative measures to minimize the potential health risk to employees and visitors associated with this pandemic.
LDC employees will avoid whenever possible the face-to-face contact with external visitors as part of our safety measures; we appreciate your cooperation as we greatly value our visitors and employees’ health and wellbeing.
Please do not enter LDC Yorkton site if you:
Are currently experiencing flu like symptoms including fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath.
If you have had contact with someone who is sick or has been exposed to COVID-19.
If you returned from travel outside the country within the last 2 weeks.
In addition, LDC is implementing the following safety procedures to limit access to our facilities:
Truck drivers should remain in their cabs at all times if possible during the grading process. Use the intercom system if you require communicating with the graders.
Truck drivers may leave their cabs for the opening of the hoppers or tarps of their trucks.
Chemical Deliveries and Service Providers
Should only leave their trucks as necessary to complete the service.
Thank you for your understanding and continuous contribution to our business.
Since the Surface Transportation Board recently rejected the voting trust presented by the Canadian National Railway, the Canadian Pacific has stepped in again to renew its merger proposition to acquire the KCS.