Communicable disease prevention resources (for COVID-19, flu, and other illness)
In Step 3 and beyond of the BC Restart Plan, except where mandated by Public Health, B.C. businesses were no longer required to have a COVID-19 Safety Plan. In place of the formal COVID-19 plan, employers needed a communicable disease prevention plan in place. This changed on January 7 with the new Public Health order for workplaces.
Below, you will find resources, tools, and training for small employers to help prevent the spread of disease in the workplace.
CHECKLIST | Communicable Disease Prevention Plan
Masks are recommended in indoor public spaces for everyone aged 12 and over until you are fully vaccinated approximately two weeks after your second dose.
This checklist is to guide processors and inspectors in evaluating COVID-19 control programs in processing facilities. Refer to the Guidance on reducing the risk of
Pandemics, fires, heat waves, and floods. Since the beginning of 2020, British Columbia has experienced an unprecedented series of disasters – from a global pandemic
How to conduct a user seal check for reusable, half-face respirators.
Learn how to safely don and doff a reusable respirator mask.