The BC government’s Restart plan outlines the four steps to reduce restrictions in public spaces and in workplaces. Step 3 began on July 1, 2021, and started a transition period in how COVID-19 is managed in workplaces. Employers are no longer required to maintain a COVID-19 Safety Plan, and can instead transition to communicable disease prevention.
Communicable Disease Prevention: A Guide for Employers describes a four-step process to help employers reduce the risk of communicable disease in their workplace. WorkSafeBC has revised the guide to include a template that may be useful for employers in documenting and communicating their communicable disease prevention measures, practices, and policies.
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