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Workplace health and safety
For guidance on how to keep your workers safe at work, see:
- What employers should do, including a guide to Preventing exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace
- What workers should do
- Preventative measures for staying safe at work
Health and safety resources to help workers stay safe during the outbreak are available for specific industries including construction, forestry, health care, manufacturing, retail, transportation, and agriculture, with more industries to be added.
How to access services
WorkSafeBC remains committed to providing the services you rely on and is continuing to adjust how it can best serve and support you. For the latest information, go to service updates.
Call centres remain open, and WorksafeBC is continuing to adjudicate and manage new and existing claims. For more information, go to the section on how to report new and manage existing claims.
How to stay informed
Visit WorkSafeBC’s announcements page for the latest updates on health and safety resources and accessing services.
If you have questions or concerns
If you have questions or concerns about exposure to Covid-19 at your workplace, call the Prevention Information Line at 1-888-621-SAFE.