Updated May 10, 2021
Your shop steward in your workplace may know the answers to many of your questions -- or will know how to get them -- so check with them first.
If you've been diagnosed, directed to self isolate, or had to take a leave, find out your rights and protections.
Health care workers may be experiencing more mental and emotional strain. There are supports and resources you can access.
Your employer is required to implement measures to eliminate or minimize the potential for exposure to COVID-19 while you work
If you have COVID-19 symptoms and think you were exposed at work, watch our video on how to file a WSBC claim.
The move to “Single-Site Staffing” is part of the public health strategy to prevent the spread of COVID-19 between facilities.
The province's temporary pandemic pay for health and social service workers on the front lines during the pandemic.
If you were laid off or lost your income because of COVID-19, you may be eligible to apply for government benefits.
WorkSafeBC requires every employer to have a COVID-19 safety plan.