Work sites can resume their activities in all sectors of the construction industry, that is, residential, civil engineering and road works, institutional and commercial, and industrial. Restarting the construction industry will also reopen its supply chains, made up of numerous small and medium-sized businesses.
On April 13, the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) published the COVID-19 Guide – Construction Sites and Daily Checklist – COVID-19 (PDF, 184 KB) on its website. The guide presents the measures to be implemented on construction sites to reduce exposure to COVID-19. The measures comply with public health guidelines.
The simple and free job placement service Jetravaille! makes it easier to match the labour needs of businesses with people who are looking for work. However, priority will be given to processing job offers from businesses in priority services and activities and from those that are authorized to resume their activities within the context of the pandemic.
It provides job seekers with a personalized job search assistance tool that enables them to see in the “Positions available” section of their applicant profile, job offers that correspond to their profile, classified in order of relevance.
A geolocation service will show where the job offers are located and determine the distance between the applicant’s place of residence and the workplace associated with the job offer.
Yes. The temporary web platform was a page created in house by Gouvernement du Québec teams, whereas Jetravaille! is a much more elaborate job placement service that had to be designed by external resources. We couldn’t simply transfer the data from one platform to the other. However, we can help businesses that need assistance to create an account.
Last update: October 9, 2020