A death at a Canadian glass and architectural aluminum supplier Monday is likely medically-related, according to police.

Fotolia_72804217_Subscription_Monthly_MA male, whose name and age have yet to be released, died at Inland Glass and Aluminum (IGA) in Kamloops, British Columbia. According to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the fatality is not suspicious in nature, and the investigation was turned over to the B.C. Coroners Service. Cheryl Bush, media relations officer at Kamloops RCMP, tells USGNN.com™ the death was “likely a medical issue.”

IGA president Regan Loehr adds that although it occurred on the company’s premises, “there were no indications of the passing being work-related.” He says the company is unable to comment further, as the coroner’s report has not been released.

Inland Glass is Certificate of Recognition (COR)-certified through the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA). According to CFCSA, COR is an occupational health and safety accreditation program that verifies a fully implemented safety and health program which meets national standards.

Worksafe BC, which enforces the province’s Occupational Health and Safety Regulation, investigated the site Monday.

RCMP were called onto the scene shortly after 8 a.m. in response to a report of a sudden death. The man reportedly collapsed. According to NewsKamloops.com, the BC Ambulance Service confirmed it sent two ground ambulances to Inland at about 7:45 that morning but did not transport anyone to a hospital.