Workplace health and safety
Prevention is key to slow the progression of COVID-19. The resources presented below are intended to support this effort.
For the latest local guidance, please review the orders and guidance issued by the Government of Yukon and the Chief Medical Officer of Health.
Government of Yukon requirement
Businesses and services not mandated to close under the Civil Emergency Measures Act may operate on the condition that appropriate safety precautions are in place and a COVID-19 Operational Plan is set up. More information may be found on the Government of Yukon website: Operating businesses, services and events safely during COVID-19.
General workplace guidance
Learn about first aid recertification during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Follow the Government of Canada’s instructions on everyday practices that help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, including COVID-19.
Follow the Government of Canada’s guidance on how to keep your employees safe in the workplace.
Follow the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety’s (CCOHS) guidance on how to prepare your workplace so it remains healthy and safe during a pandemic.
CCOHS has created a pandemic info-sharing portal, along with good practice tips sheets.
The Ontario government has provided a guide: “Resources to prevent COVID-19 in the workplace.”
The Workers' Compensation Board of Nova Scotia has published a suite of resources to support workplace prevention and safety initiatives.
Retail workplace guidance
The Retail Council of Canada has published an extensive collection of resources for retailers, including a planning checklist.
Construction workplace guidance
The Canadian Construction Association has published a set of COVID-19 resources, including a PDF document titled, “Standardized Protocols for All Canadian Construction Sites”.
Manufacturing workplace guidance
Food and Consumer Products Canada is sharing newly-developed best practices with federal and provincial authorities managing the COVID-19 response, as well as with businesses and associations throughout the agriculture, food, and consumer goods manufacturing industries.
This page was last updated on June 12, 2020.