Here you will find some COVID-19 posters, webinars, templates and tools we've developed for you to use in your workplace.
COVID-19 webinar series
What have manufacturing and food processing leaders in Canada and abroad learned from the turbulent initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic about leadership, change management, and resilience? Hear from executives from Great Little Box Company, Freeport Industries, and joining us from Germany, deputy head of the crisis management team at Nestlé Deutschland AG.
Learn do you need to know to reopen your manufacturing or food processing business safely—or to ensure your people are protected and your essential business stays open.
Learn how to safely shift your production to make hand sanitizer
Watch this panel discussion moderated by Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC CEO Lisa McGuire.
The COVID-19 pandemic has opened our eyes to the consequences of uncontrolled virus spread. For manufacturers who may never have considered biological hazards, exposure control is suddenly a critical consideration in workplace safety and business continuity.
Learn about Government and Health and Safety Resources for Manufacturers and Food Processors with BC Minister of Labour, Harry Bains and experts from the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC.
Templates and tools to support you in developing a COVID-19 safety plan.
A training matrix is used to keep track of who has been trained.
A risk assessment should be completed to determine the controls required for protecting workers against hazards in the workplace. This also applies to COVID-19.
A sample of an acknowledgement letter for supervisors.
If a worker is working alone or in an isolated area, they should be monitored regularly. Depending on the risk level of their location, it can be hourly, every few hours, or at start and end of task.
Employees should always consider alternatives to travel e.g. teleconferences, video conferences, etc. When travel is deemed necessary, whether it be work-related or for personal reasons, employees are expected to follow procedures to limit the spread of any viral diseases in the workplace.
To limit the transmission of viral diseases, such as COVID-19, cleaning protocols should be used to clean and disinfect common contact surfaces within the workplace.
This guide will provide information to employees about the symptoms of COVID-19, reporting symptoms at work, and determining return-to-work readiness.
To limit the spread of viral diseases in the workplace, we need to limit all possible modes of transmission to the best of our ability.
Use this change management decision tree to safely manage a process change to make hand sanitizer in your facility.
The goal of this self-assessment checklist is to help you to set up your office optimally for your self-productivity. This checklist is for reference only and does not replace an ergonomics workstation assessment carried out by a professional ergonomist.
Posters to download and post in the workplace.
Stop the spread of COVID-19 with this informative printable poster about The ABC's of Hand Washing.
Information on how to conduct a user seal checks for reusable half-face respirators with cartridge
Information on conducting a user seal checks for disposable half-face respirators.
Information on how to conduct user seal checks for reusable half-face respirators with filter
A handy, printable checklist for inspection of your respirators.
View our safety minute videos to support you through COVID-19.
How to don and doff a disposable respirator mask.
Learn how to safely don and doff a reusable respirator mask.