COVID-19: Keeping Idle Facilities Safe

During the current COVID-19 pandemic, most businesses and organizations that provide non-essential services have been required to close across Canada. As a result, many buildings and structures will be sitting idle for an unknown period of time.

Organizations are implementing contingency plans such as: home-working, skeleton staffing, social distancing and cleansing regimes to maintain operations. However, for some organizations this is not possible. Following the latest government instructions, these workplaces will now be temporarily shut down. Idle properties are at a greater risk of arson, vandalism and…

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