SALPN Enacts COVID- 19 Precautions
The SALPN office is open for business but closed to visitors.
Out of an abundance of caution, the SALPN is practicing ‘social distancing’ and closing its doors to visitors while staying safely ‘open for business’.
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a pandemic with sustained risk of further global spread. To minimize the risk of transmission and ensure the continuity of critical services, the SALPN is taking actions in alignment with the Saskatchewan Government’s heightened precautionary measures.
SALPN remains open for business with staff available by email or by phone during regular business hours. Though the office doors will be shut, and the SALPN anticipates some delays by working virtual but minimal disruption of service overall. Any payments due need to be processed by credit card only – cheques or cash will not be accepted.
The organization thanks everyone for their patience as workflow and technical changes are made. We will continue to monitor the situation carefully and make adjustments as appropriate.
Any inquires regarding a licensure audit, will be assisted by email or over the phone.
Please visit www.salpn.com to stay connected on news and information. And follow us on social media: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Please also visit the Government of Saskatchewan website to stay updated on the COVID-19 Virus.
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