Health and safety concerns identified at RCMP training facility in Kemptville, Ontario
Recently the RCMP announced the presence of hazardous substances found in one of their former training facilities, located in Kemptville, Ontario between 1988 and its closure in 2005.
The hazardous substances identified include friable asbestos, building materials containing silica, lead in peeling paint, unsafe levels of lead, E. coli and coliform bacteria in the potable water, hazardous molds and infestation of rodents and insects.
CSIS is inviting former employees that may have attended the facility, either as instructors, participants or in any other capacity, to contact CSIS General Inquiries at 1-800-267-7685 and provide the following information in order to receive further instructions from Occupational Health and Safety professionals:
- Employee number or DOB
- Email and mailing address
If you are aware of an individual who attended the facility, please share this information with them or with us by calling
CSIS values the health and safety of all its employees. In collaboration with our RCMP partners, we will continue to monitor this situation and communicate any new information as needed.
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