Caslys COVID-19 Safety Plan

Statement of purpose Caslys is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all staff, as well as others who may enter our premises. Our COVID-19 Safety Plan outlines measures that we are taking to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in our workplace. Development of the safety plan The policies and procedures outlined within the Caslys COVID-19 Safety Plan are based on guidance published by the Provincial Health Officer, the BC Centre for Disease Control and WorkSafeBC. Caslys will modify this plan and any procedures if they are not effective and working as necessary. Questions or concerns regarding compliance with our COVID-19 Safety Plan may be directed to the owners of Caslys via phone or email: Jason Shaw (; 250-686-8801) or Luanne Richardson (; 250-884-6481). Protocol for reducing the risk of COVID-19 transmission We prohibit all our staff from reporting to work if they have COVID-19. They may return to work only if they meet one of the following conditions: Fever completely gone for at least three days AND improved respiratory symptoms (cough, difficulty breathing) AND at least five days have passed since the initial onset of symptoms. Fever completely gone AND improved respiratory symptoms (cough, difficulty breathing) AND negative results from the public authority’s COVID-19 testing protocol (to date = two negative tests 24 hours apart). If staff present illness symptoms, they may be excused from work without requiring a doctor’s note. Staff must report respiratory illness to Jason Shaw or Luanne Richardson and cannot return to work for at least 5 days following the onset of cough, fever, fatigue, sore throat, runny nose, difficulty breathing and/or shortness of breath. If a staff member is sick or has known close contact with someone who had COVID-19, they should work from home for a minimum of 5 days after exposure. Contact 8-1-1 if […]

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