To help reduce the spread of communicable diseases and viruses, including COVID-19, workplaces should have an infection prevention and control plan. Examples and safe techniques for your business and workers are included in this document.
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Employers and employees need to take steps to help staff and clients stay healthy and prevent spread of COVID-19. You should also know what to do if you have safety concerns, and what happens if someone at your workplace tests positive for COVID-19.
This template outlines the general COVID-19 specific policies and procedures that businesses and services must have in place to operate under the updated Public Health Order issued May 1, 2020.
This document has been developed to support businesses (excluding health care settings) still permitted to operate by Order 07-2020 in reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among workers, volunteers and patrons.
If you are an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure a healthy and safe workplace. WorkSafeBC’s Preventing exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace provides general information that all employers may use to assess the risks and controls in their workplace. Below are some additional steps to take to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
A list of critical public services and allowable business services has been created to inform the business community of which businesses can continue to operate in accordance with social distancing practices. If you have questions on the status of your business on the list of allowable business services, please contact the Business Response Team at 1-844-800-8688.
A number of conditions must be respected to ensure the control of COVID-19 in Québec. Failure to comply with these conditions could lead to a significant increase in the number of cases and thus potentially to reconsideration of the strategy for reopening workplaces.
TORONTO ― The Ontario government is ensuring employers have the safety guidelines they need to protect workers, customers, and the general public from COVID-19 as it prepares for a gradual reopening of the provincial economy.
PROVIX Inc is pleased to announce the availability of the Covid19 Camera systems for identifying abnormal temperatures on individuals and groups of people. The PROVIX Covid Cameras incorporate facial recognition software to automatically detect the correct location for determining the temperature of anyone passing in front of the camera.
Maestro Digital Mine hosted an Industry-Led panel discussion on Communication Infrastructure: “Building the digital highway to connectivity underground” on Monday, March 2nd, 2020 at the PDAC conference, in the Northern Ontario Mining Showcase Pavilion in Toronto, Ontario.