On January 7, 2022, the Public Health Officer announced that B.C. businesses are required to reactivate their COVID-19 Safety Plans. While some other restrictions have been relaxed in mid-February, the requirement for COVID-19 Safety Plans remains in place for BC businesses.
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COVID-19 Safety Plans Still Required with Relaxed Restrictions | Feb 15, 2022 BC Provincial Health Update
With the province shifting to a sustainable, long-term strategic approach to managing COVID-19, the Public Health Officer today announced the relaxation of many restrictions, effective
The Provincial Health Officer has extended all current COVID-19 restrictions, except for gyms and fitness facilities – which can open on January 20, 2022, with
As the Omicron wave continues in British Columbia, many employers report unprecedented worker shortages with employees calling in sick. Some authorities have estimated that workplaces
On January 7, 2022, Dr. Henry announced a new order requiring all British Columbia businesses to re-implement the protocols defined in their COVID-19 Safety Plans.
24 Sep 2021—WorkSafeBC has shared with its partners that they will be following the lead of public health and mandating vaccination for most of the
Patient privacy is protected under the provincial Health Act, so we are not able to share a list of who attended each clinic.
We encourage everyone who can do so to get the vaccine, as it will help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and save lives by preventing
What is the rate of side effects, and should we consider scheduling changes to accommodate a percentage of people who will need time off to recover?
Most people experience mild side effects, such as a sore arm, that would not typically interrupt work. We have vaccinated all the staff at a