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As the Government of New Brunswick and the Public Health Agency of Canada states, physical distancing, effective handwashing and avoiding the touching of one’s face are key preventive measures to contracting COVID-19. As you re-enter the our workplace, these measures are critical.

✅ We have installed physical barriers.
✅ We have adopted rigorous cleaning procedures.
✅ Evaluated the workplace for shared objects and common areas.
✅ Increased the frequency of cleaning of touched surfaces/ objects.
✅ Provided necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) and training on the proper use and maintenance of the equipment.
✅ Ensured all employees are fully aware of the preventive measures, and there are clear

guidelines and instructions as well as enforcement of the measures.
As the world emerges from the current pandemic, we have made some fundamental shifts.

We are confident that you will adapt and respond to the challenges, but it will require thoughtfulness and planning.

We all will need to change our fundamental behaviours of how our new process gets done, how we keep our facilities clean and how we interact with co-workers and customers.

As we all move into this new normal, we must continue to strive for injury-free and disease-free workplaces.

We are here for you. Right now, our focus is to protect the health and safety of our people and you – our valued customers.

We know this situation will continue to evolve and we will do our very best to update you as things change. There is no doubt, we are in uncharted territory, but we will make it through this together.


Kia Canada

Elias El-Achhab

Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Kia Canada Inc.

Kia Earns Six IIHS Top Safety Pick Ratings

A Safe Bet.

Kia Earns Six IIHS Top Safety Pick Rating
2020 Kia Telluride –Source: Wheels.ca

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), an independent group that tests the safety of new vehicles, has awarded its Top Safety Pick awards to a half-dozen new Kia cars and crossovers.

For the 2020 model year, the Telluride , Sorento, and Sportage crossovers received the Top Safety Pick rating. On the other side of the showroom, the Soul, Stinger, and Forte earned the same plaudits. It is worth noting that these models only get the designation when equipped with front crash prevention features and specific headlights.

“Kia has always made safety a top priority in our vehicles and we are proud to be recognized again by the IIHS for this commitment,” said Elias El-Achhab, Chief Operating Officer for Kia Canada.

2020 Kia Sportage

To qualify for a Top Safety Pick, vehicles must earn ‘Good’ ratings in the notoriously brutal driver- and passenger-side small overlap front crash test, the moderate overlap front crash test, plus tests determining the crashworthiness of the side, roof and head restraints. A rating of ‘Advanced’ or ‘Superior’ in vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-pedestrian front crash prevention is required as well. Finally, it must pass muster in terms of its headlights, earning an ‘Acceptable’ or ‘Good’ headlight rating.

It’s the latter measure that flummoxes most manufacturers, especially those who fit snazzier peepers to higher trims of certain vehicles. This is why a top-shelf Limited model might earn a Top Safety Pick but the lower-tier base model might not and why we called attention to the required presence of front crash prevention features and specific headlights to earn the award.

2020 Kia Stinger GT

Some, but not all, trims of these models have these items as standard equipment. If the Top Safety Pick designation is important to you, make sure to do your homework before signing on the dotted line and all will be well.

Some vehicles are awarded a Top Safety Pick+ designation. The extra ‘+’ is given when those pesky headlights – bright ones which earn an ‘Acceptable’ or ‘Good’ rating – are fitted as standard equipment. By the way, ‘Good’ is the highest rating a car can receive in any individual test. Scientists aren’t known for their superlatives, after all.

Kia has been on a tear as of late, introducing dandy new vehicles at each end of the size spectrum, ranging from the large-and-in-charge Telluride to the city-friendly Seltos. Just three months ago, the brand celebrated selling its 1 millionth vehicle in Canada since launching in this country in 1999. That first year, Kia sold 1417 cars. Last year, about 76,000 Canadians drove a new Kia off the lot.