The Foreign Ministry has confirmed no Sri Lankan has died or sustained injuries following the 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Haiti.
The Foreign Ministry said it was confirmed through the Sri Lankan Embassy in Havana, Cuba.
Around 250 Sri Lankans are currently employed in the apparel sector in Haiti.
Meanwhile, officials in Haiti have confirmed at least 1,297 people are dead after a powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit the Caribbean nation on Saturday.
Officials say an unknown number of people are missing and about 5,700 have been injured.
Rescuers are picking through rubble in a desperate search for any survivors.
Homes, churches and schools were among buildings flattened in the quake.
Some hospitals were left overwhelmed and in need of supplies.
The US Geological Survey (USGS) said the epicentre of Saturday’s quake was about 12km (7.5 miles) from the town of Saint-Louis du Sud.
But the tremor could be felt in the densely-populated capital of Port-au-Prince, some 125km away, and in neighbouring countries.
The south-west of Haiti appears to have suffered the worst of the damage, especially around the city of Les Cayes.
Footage on social media showed residents desperately trying to pull victims from ruined buildings.
The disaster compounds problems facing the impoverished nation, which is already reeling from a political crisis following the assassination of its president last month.