The safety and well-being of our forest industry partners, their employees and families is our priority. The spread of COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving situation.
Health and safety is always a top priority for us. Our duty of care is to ensure we are taking the necessary precautions to help lower the risk for our members, employees and their families. We appreciate the continued cooperation and understanding in working together to ensure safety in our community.
With respect to our day-to-day business, BCFSC has implemented the following best practices to reduce to the risk of exposure to our staff, members and affiliates who are connected to us.
- The majority of BCFSC staff members continue to work from home. There are limited staff in the office during hours of operation but the offices are closed to the public.
- SAFE Company site verifications have resumed with safety protocols in place.
- Classroom training has resumed.
- New Faller Certifications have resumed.
Please review the BCFSC Safety Plans we have implemented to help keep you and your worker’s safe while working with BCFSC during the pandemic. Contact us if you have questions or concerns.
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BCFSC does not imply or express any guarantee or compliance for your particular company situation.
Disclaimer – BCFSC documents and resources have been developed for industry as guidelines and reference documents for employers and employees to use to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. BCFSC developed documents will contain COVID-19 information relevant at the time the document was created. As information is updated regularly, the BCFSC encourages workers and employers to visit the BC Centre for Disease Control for personal health inquiries or visit WorkSafeBC for regulatory information relating to workplace safety.