FMF Covid-19 Updates


 

 

06April20FMF OP Laser Daily Update Slide (002)


06Apr20FMF Info Sheet


Deputy Minister of National Defence Message


02Apr20FMF Info Sheet


Guidance on Travel, Leave, and Flexible Work Arrangements for Public Service Employees COVID-19


02April20 FMFCB OP Laser Daily Update Slide (002)

 


Message from FGDTLC (W) President April 1, 2020

 


30MAR20FMF Info Sheet  

 


 

30Mar20FMF OP Laser Daily Update Slide (002)

 


Deputy Minister’s update regarding temporary cessation of most education and training activities with

 


CO FMF CB Letter to Employees March 26, 2020


26MarFMF OP Laser Daily Update Slide (003)

 


26MAR20FMF Info Sheet


Message from Rear Admiral Auchterlonie

 


Health Care Changes Temporary

 


23MAR20FMF Info Sheet


 

23Mar20 FMF OP Laser Daily Update Slide


 

FMF OP Laser Daily Update Slide

 


https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/campaigns/covid-19.html


 

HR Update

 


Deputy Minister DND Release-Information Regarding Flexible Work Arrangements and Leave

 


COVID-19 FAQs

 


 


Health Canada Advisory-COVID-19 15march2020_final

 


Adoption of Minimum Manning at FMF

 


Sent on behalf of the CO:

 

FMF,

 

As you are aware, the CAF and DND have ordered the adoption of a minimum manning posture as a means to insulate the Force from COVID-19 and help prevent the spread of infection. In order to meet this direction, MARPAC has greatly reduced the amount of maintenance work that FMF is required to complete to solely that which achieves critical Fleet Force Generation activities. The FMF priority work is listed below.

 

I expect Managers and Supervisors to task their personnel accordingly, keeping in mind that only personnel who directly support the stated critical objectives should be at work this week. We have now shifted our posture to “Phase 3C-Protect” of our Business Continuity Plan, or BCP (attached), in accordance with ordered DND posture.

 

Under Phase 3C of the BCP, all personnel will be directed to self-isolate at home and will be on-call to report for critical work only as directed. MARPAC expects to remain in this posture until at least 5 April 2020. Please ensure your supervisors have your personal contact info so we can pass information back and forth.

 

This is understandably a difficult time for all of us and our families. Please follow Health Canada recommendations for protecting yourselves and limiting the spread of the virus such that it can be managed by our healthcare system.   https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/diseases/coronavirus-disease-covid-19.html