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Ontario
Pre-entry COVID-19 screening of all workers and essential visitors

British Columbia
Pre-entry COVID-19 screening of all workers and essential visitors

Quebec
Pre-entry COVID-19 screening of all workers and essential visitors


Choisir votre site de travail au Québec

La CNESST nous rappelle que l’employeur doit prendre les mesures nécessaires pour protéger la santé et assurer la sécurité et l’intégrité physique du travailleur, tel que le prévoit l'article 51 de la Loi sur la santé et sécurité du travail (LSST). Pour satisfaire à ces obligations, nous devons implanter une auto-évaluation des travailleurs et des visiteurs essentiels avant qu’ils se présentent au travail.

Les renseignements personnels recueillis auprès de particuliers sont protégés en vertu du Code de protection de la vie privée de WGI contenu dans le manuel des employés.

Si vous répondez OUI aux symptômes, tels que le nombre de symptômes mentionnés pour justifier le retrait, vous n’êtes pas autorisé à entrer sur le lieu de travail (y compris tout lieu de travail extérieur, ou partiellement extérieur). Les employés doivent communiquer avec leur superviseur et l’informer de la situation. Les employés doivent également communiquer avec Télésanté Québec (1-877-644-4545 ou 811) pour les consignes à suivre.

 

Choose Your British Columbia Work Location

By order and direction of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) of British Columbia, all employers must ensure that every worker and all visitors complete a daily health check before entering the workplace.

The daily health check is not to be used as a clinical assessment tool or intended to take the place of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

The personal information collected from individuals during the COVID-19 Workplace Pre-Entry Screening process is protected under the WGI Company Privacy Code contained within the WGI Employee handbook.

If you’ve answered YES to any questions from 1 through 4, you have not passed and are not permitted to enter the workplace. Employees must contact their manager, supervisor, or designate and advise them of the situation.

Employees must also contact their health care provider or Health Link BC (8-1-1) to find out if they need a COVID-19 test and update their manager, supervisor, or designate accordingly.

 

Choose Your Ontario Work Location

As per the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health in accordance with O. Reg. 364/20: Rules for Areas at Step 3 made under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020 (ROA), the person responsible for a business or organization that is permitted to be open must ensure that workers and essential visitors, whether or not they have been vaccinated, are actively screened for COVID-19 before they go to work or start their shift each day. Individuals with vaccine certificates are still subject to the workplace screening requirements as set out under O. Reg. 364/20.

Anyone who is sick or has any symptoms of illness, including those not listed in the questionnaire, should stay home and seek assessment from their health care provider.

The questionnaire is not to be used as a clinical assessment tool or intended to take the place of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

The personal information collected from individuals during the COVID-19 Workplace Pre-Entry Screening process is protected under the WGI Company Privacy Code contained within the WGI Employee handbook.

If you’ve answered YES to any questions from 2 through 8, you have not passed and are not permitted to enter the workplace (including any outdoor or partially outdoor workplace). Employees must contact their manager, supervisor, or designate and advise them of the situation. Employees must go or stay home and isolate immediately and also contact their health care provider or Telehealth Ontario (1 866-797-0000) to get advice or an assessment, including if they need a COVID-19 test. Then update their manager, supervisor, or designate accordingly.

If you’ve answered YES to question 8, you must stay home, along with the rest of the household, until the sick individual gets a negative COVID-19 result on a valid PCR test, is cleared by their local public health unit, or is diagnosed with another illness.