Infection control 101 for businesses
As provinces across Canada have started to reopen the economy, infection control has become a priority for all businesses. To help CFIB members better understand COVID-19 exposures and worksite infection control best practices, Northbridge Insurance has partnered with VOHS Consulting Group, experts in occupational health and safety, to provide you free access to a risk management training program designed to help you understand the risks and how you can create a plan to control infection exposures.
The training module consists of:
- Coronavirus identification and background
- COVID-19 transmission
- Symptoms and health effects
- Prevention control to reduce the risk of infection for workplaces
- Roles and responsibilities of employers
- Cleaning and disinfection protocols or best practices
- What to do when physical distancing is not possible
After completing an online training module and a short quiz, you’ll receive an electronic certificate of completion.
Key infection control tips for retailers
As provinces are slowly starting to reopen non-essential services, including retail shops, the question of how to do so while keeping staff and customers safe has sprung up. Before ushering customers back into stores to peruse your shelves, consider the following infection control steps.
Key infection control tips for restaurants
As temperatures climb, Canadians are looking forward to patio season—but this year the restaurant experience will look a lot different with COVID-19 still circulating.
Key tips for infection control in the trucking industry
Since COVID-19 is still circulating, infection control is critically important—from the office to the road. While the situation is constantly evolving, there are steps that employers, fleet managers, and drivers can all take to minimize risk and stay safe.