REGINA -- The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) and Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) were ‘satisfied’ with the conditions at the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, according to a release from the company.

Representatives from the SHA and OH&S visited the complex on April 1. The SHA reviewed the facilities and pandemic protocols and inspected the work camp currently on site.

Co-op said the SHA had some “minor recommendations for further enhancements,” that will be implemented.

In the release, Co-op said “the current utilization of the camp provides us with the safest options for executing our overall response to the pandemic.”

The condition at the work camp was questioned by Regina city council and other members of the community earlier this year.