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Latest COVID-19 Update

10/08/2021

We are happy to share that there are no new positive COVID-19 cases to report on at Chrysalis since last month’s update. All Chrysalis visitors are required to show either proof of vaccination, a recent negative COVID-19 test (within 72 hours), or a valid medical exemption letter before entering our facilities.

Learn about how Chrysalis continues to provide quality supports and services with mobile, virtual, and in-facility offerings.

Previous Updates

10/01/2021

Effective Monday, September 27, all Chrysalis visitors (external vendors, contractors, DATS/Access drivers, family members, etc.) are required to show proof of vaccination, a recent negative COVID-19 test (within 72 hours), or a valid medical exemption letter before entering our facilities.

09/24/2021

Effective Monday, September 27, we are requiring all Chrysalis visitors (external vendors, contractors, DATS/Access drivers, family members, etc.) to show proof of vaccination, a recent negative COVID-19 test (within 72 hours), or a valid medical exemption letter before entering our facilities

09/23/2021

Starting on September 23, the following businesses, entities and events must require proof of vaccination, negative test result or a medical exemption letter.

09/09/2021

The health and safety of our workforce and persons accessing service continues to be our top priority. In an effort to maintain a safe environment and to minimize risk and exposure, we will be reinstating the following safety measures at Chrysalis.

09/09/2021

On behalf of Chrysalis’ Senior Leadership Team (SLT) we are pleased to announce that Chrysalis will be observing National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on September 30, 2021 as a statutory holiday, therefore Chrysalis will be closed on this day.

08/25/2021

We have had two positive COVID-19 cases to report since last month’s update, both being staff members from the Edmonton office. All close contacts have been notified.

07/29/2021

Effective today, July 29th, quarantine will no longer be legally required for close contacts of confirmed cases, although still recommended. Isolation for positive cases and symptomatic people is still required.

06/29/2021

As infection rates continue to decline, our government has announced that almost all COVID-19 public health restrictions will be lifted in Alberta on Canada Day (July 1) as the province prepares to enter the final stage of its COVID-19 reopening plan.

04/07/2021

The Government of Alberta announced new mandatory health measures to reduce the rising spread of COVID-19 provincewide with an update on an enhanced vaccine rollout plan. Please review the attached document for further information.

10/14/2020

As the number of COVID-19 cases in Alberta are on the rise, it’s important for us all to continue to adhere to the safety guidelines that are in place.

05/06/2020

We are pleased to announce the resumption of services at Chrysalis. Over the past month, we have prepared for this time and aligned our phases of reopening with the Alberta Government plan. 

04/27/2020

Last week, Chrysalis had to adapt to situational needs and temporarily reduce staffing as a result of implications that the COVID-19 pandemic has had in our community.

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Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) at Chrysalis

The health and safety of our workforce and the individuals that we support is our top priority, with our HSE vision statement, “Be safe today for a better tomorrow.” Chrysalis employs an HSE Coordinator who oversees the program and committee. We are proud to foster an environment where all members of the Chrysalis team contribute to building a corporate culture that cares about the safety and wellbeing of our team and of others so everyone can go home safely, everyday. 

 

We have implemented a Rewards Recognition Program which recognizes individual and group accomplishments of leading and championing an HSE culture at Chrysalis. 

 

Chrysalis continues to follow all public health orders and has implemented a number of additional safety practices, including but not limited to:

  • Use of personal protective equipment
  • Comprehensive health screening and environmental cleaning
  • Mandatory masks
  • Development of small cohorts to minimize risk and transmission
  • Implementation of an HSE program
Our Woods and Plastics Chrysalis Employees receiving their HSE Challenge Coin from our HSE Coordinator.
Woods and Plastics Chrysalis employees receiving their HSE challenge coin from the HSE coordinator
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