Patrick Barbeau, Intact's executive vice president and chief operating officer, also spelled out On Side’s contribution in a conference call with financial analysts following the insurer's second-quarter 2021 earnings release.
Intact deployed not only its in-house disaster team, but also On Side's national capacity to support the Lytton team, Barbeau says, adding that “On Side has been retained to provide all the security fencing and checkpoints in the city.”
Intact and On Side were also hired by the Lytton First Nation to coordinate some of the removal of white goods, such as refrigerators and freezers.
These products require special handling, Barbeau points out. “We continue to work very closely, both with our internal CAT team and On Side with the town of Lytton and Lytton First Nation as well as Team Rubicon, who is an organization of military veterans who's leading the response for the industry there. So we've been deploying a lot of capacity to support our customers who are facing obviously a difficult time,” he explains.