Ensuring long-term containment of CO2 is critical for a safe geological storage of carbon. Although Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is feasible in depleted hydrocarbon fields, it can pose significant risk to safety and the environment if its containment is not ensured. An integrated geomechanics workflow to evaluate caprock integrity is presented in this paper. This approach integrates reservoir simulation which typically computes variation in formation pressure and temperature with geomechanical simulation which models variation in stresses. Coupling between these two simulation modules is done iteratively until an equilibrium state between formation pressure and stress is achieved within a given tolerance. The efficiency of this approach is demonstrated through a case study of a proposed carbon storage site in Canada where an injection rate of 600 tonne/day for 25 years is planned.