Emergency Preparedness and Response: Pandemic guidance for higher-risk and essential occupations and industries

Drake Editorial Team


Information provided by the Government of Canada, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety. https://www.ccohs.ca/products/publications/covid19/

Use these free tip sheets as guidance while operating during a pandemic, including the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

Each document offers health and safety tips and good practices, for both employers and workers, specific to each industry or sector. Organizations and businesses can adopt this guidance to protect their workers and prevent the spread of infections. The tip sheets cover a range of occupations and industries from construction and trucking to healthcare and daycares. All tip sheets are available in English and French.

For further information on COVID-19, refer to the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Note that the guidance provided in these tip sheets cover just some of the adjustments organizations can make during a pandemic. To meet your organization’s specific needs, add your own good practices and policies to these recommendations.


Drake has selected the top Pandemic (COVID-19) Tip Sheets, most relevant to our clients.

Masks Masks Masks
Respirators, Surgical Masks,
and Non-Medical Masks
Get the Facts on Masks Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19
Construction Food Processing Home Delivery and Couriers
Construction Food Processing Home Delivery and Couriers
Manufacturing Desinfection Screening Tool
Manufacturing Standard Operating Procedure:
Disinfection of Touch Points
Covid-19 Screening Tool


For more Pandemic (COVID-19) Tip Sheets visit https://www.ccohs.ca/products/publications/covid19/


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