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Published December 21st, 2020

Business Reopening Guidelines for Canadian Businesses

Safety is now the #1 priority for every Canadian business. The rigorous safety protocols traditionally associated with high-risk industries such as mining and construction are now relevant to every industry in Canada. Restrictions or policies are being modified according to the number of cases per province, so Canada-based companies should first prioritize the safety of their employees and customers. Only when new COVID-19 specific processes and procedures are in place can reopening efforts really scale.

The iAuditor by SafetyCulture platform helps Canadian businesses update and distribute their best practices rapidly, with real-time visibility into effectiveness across their sites. To make it easier for you and your people to safely get back to business, we’ve curated expert guidance and checklist templates from the Government of Canada, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), and more below:

Disclaimer: Please note that these checklists are hypothetical examples and provide basic information only. They are not intended to take the place of medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should also seek professional advice to determine if the use of such checklists are permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.


Shine Colcol

SafetyCulture Staff Writer

Shine has been professionally writing about virtually anything since her internship for a digital publisher of niche blogazines. She is passionate about building a culture of continuous improvement in the environmental, health, safety, and quality space through well-researched, engaging, and impactful content.