UPDATED: MARCH 27, 2020
All our lab facilities are operational, however, there
is no public access allowed at our studios with the
exception of delivery's by safe drop - Local pick-up and
drop off available if safe to do so.
STATEMENT FROM TEAMWORK MEDIA LAB
REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) & HOW WE ARE RESPONDING
With the recent public developments of
coronavirus (COVID-19) around Canada & the USA the past
week, Teamwork Media Lab has and will continue
to monitor the situation very closely and will
continue to take direction and guidance from our local
and national health authorities.
have introduced more rigorous cleaning measures and
equipped team members and technicians with additional
robust hygiene measures, sanitization,
equipment and safety
products along with rotating crew and
at this point, all our lab facilities remain operational, however, our doors are
closed to the public as of March 19 and no direct
contact for editing or the studio is available to the
public. Our receiving and shipping department also
remains operational with strict safety cleaning measures
Right now, we understand that the risk of
COVID-19 in our area of British Columbia, Canada is
considered low, but that does not mean that we are being
complacent, Teamwork Media is watching the situation carefully and
monitoring the latest information coming from Interior
Health and the provincial and federal government.
It is important to reiterate that
Teamwork Media Lab will continue to monitor developments
and that all necessary precautions are in place for the
safety of our staff and customers in order to continue
to provide safe facilities, handling, packaging and shipping of
our customers material.
SAFETY OF OUR STAFF AND CUSTOMERS IS OUR TOP PRIORITY
NOW AVAILABLE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC - WE CAN SEND
YOUR VIDEO & AUDIO FILES BY DROPBOX
FILE STORAGE AND
Some restrictions apply -
for more information
SHIPMENTS BY MAIL & COURIER
If you have concerns about the safety of the mail, we
would like to assure you that the World Health
Organization continues to state that mail and packages
are safe to handle.
know that your safety and the safety of our employees
remains our top priority.
All incoming/outgoing mail from Teamwork Media Lab will
be completely handled by
robust hygiene measures, sanitization to insure
safety when any package arrives or leaves our
FROM THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO): Is it safe
to receive a package from any area where COVID-19 has
The likelihood of an infected person contaminating
commercial goods is low and the risk of catching the
virus that causes COVID-19 from a package that has been
moved, travelled, and exposed to different conditions
and temperature is also low.
of Canada Public Health: Products shipped from outside
of Canada: Coronaviruses generally do not survive on
surfaces after being contaminated. The risk of spread
from products shipped over a period of days or weeks at
room temperature is very
no known risk of Coronaviruses entering Canada on
parcels or packages.
Following the direction of the Public
Health Agency of Canada, all our delivery companies and
their agents continue to introduce new safety measures
to help contain the spread of COVID-19. Until further
notice, these safety measures will now include a change
to how they deliver the door-to-door items that normally
require a signature.
Instead, where possible, the delivery agents
will apply their safe drop process. This means
they will leave these items in your mailbox or
outside your door if itís safe to do so. Where
itís not possible to safe drop, the delivery
agent will leave a notice card indicating the
post office or depot where you can pick up your
items by showing proof of identity.
CANADA POST STATEMENT
TMTV wishes for your and your loved onesí
safety and well-being during these difficult times.
Take care of your health and protect
others by doing the following:
Stay home if
you feel unwell. If you have a fever or cough
Keep 2 metres or 6 feet away from
everyone if you must go out. Even if they are relatives
or close friends. Thatís about the width of a car or the
length of two arms stretched out.
Wash your hands frequently
Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with
an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap
your hands with soap and water or using
alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be
on your hands.
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
Why? Hands touch many surfaces
and can pick up viruses. Once
contaminated, hands can transfer the
virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From
there, the virus can enter your body and
can make you sick.
Practice respiratory hygiene
Make sure you, and the people around
you, follow good respiratory hygiene.
This means covering your mouth and nose
with your bent elbow or tissue when you
cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the
used tissue immediately.
Why? Droplets spread virus. By
following good respiratory hygiene you
protect the people around you from
viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19.
If you have fever, cough and difficulty
breathing, seek medical care early
Stay home if
you feel unwell. If you have a fever,
cough and difficulty breathing,
seek medical attention and call in
advance. Follow the directions of your
local health authority.
Why? National and local
authorities will have the most up to
date information on the situation in
your area. Calling in advance will allow
your health care provider to quickly
direct you to the right health facility.
This will also protect you and help
prevent spread of viruses and other