Attention: All employees

Source: Canada Post Corporation

  In the event of an emergency outside of regular business hours, we need to be able to contact employees to ensure their safety and to urgently implement any necessary action plans. This has become even more important during the COVID-19 crisis this year.

What you need to know

  • In the event of an emergency, team leaders need to be able to contact all employees outside of the work place.

  • It’s important that employee contact information in ESS be complete and up to date.

  • Contact information includes mailing address, home email, and personal landline and cell phone numbers.

What you need to do

  • Visit ESS and check that your contact information is correct. Update any information that’s incorrect and add your personal cell phone number and home email address.

  • There is a field in ESS to capture personal cell phone numbers.

    • In ESS select Personal Information –> Address, then click on Permanent Residence in the “Address to be modified section” of the page. Select edit then “Option Type 1” to enter your cell number or any other phone number you wish to add or edit.

  • For team leaders in Operations please also:

    • Explain to your employees why it’s important for us to have up-to-date and accurate emergency contact information.

    • Print copies of the guide “How to access Intrapost and ESS from home” and give it to your team members to help them log into ESS from home.

    • Remind employees they can access Intrapost and ESS through canadapost.ca, from a home computer or from a smartphone.

    • Place a copy of this message in your information book.

For more information about emergency preparedness review the Helpful Tips for Emergencies on the SuperVISION website.

If you have any questions please contact your team leader.

Thank you.