Follow these links for more workplace prevention tools and resources, provided by local, national, and international public health, workplace and industry safety organizations.
When worn properly, non-medical masks can reduce the risk of transmitting the COVID-19.
Learn about the current mask recommendations from the Government of Nova Scotia.
Non-medical masks and face coverings: About - Government of Canada
How to wear a non-medical mask or face covering properly - Government of Canada
Are your employees working from home?
View or download our tip sheet on working safely at home.
Our Office Ergonomics Resource Guide can help with organizing home work spaces to minimize hazards.
It’s important to get help if you or someone you know needs support for mental health, addiction or wellbeing. Resources, helplines, support groups, websites and counsellors are available to help you.
Mental health and wellbeing - Nova Scotia
COVID-19 and Mental Health @ Work
Canadian Mental Health Association of Nova Scotia's Wellness Resource Hub
Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Group - In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the CSA Group has made a selection of relevant standards available for no-fee view access through the online platform CSA Communities: COVID-19 Response Standards and Handbooks (Canadian Standards Association)
Proof of Vaccination: New scripts and scenarios on how to deal with challenging situations
Respiratory Hazards safety guidelines
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety (CCOHS) free online products and resources
World Health Organization (WHO) Guidance for schools, workplaces and institutions
Association of Workers Compensation Boards of Canada – Tools from WCBs across Canada
If you have questions about workplace safety and applying Nova Scotia's public health directives in your workplace, contact:
Nova Scotia Department of Labour, Skills and Immigration
Occupational Health and Safety Division:
Toll-free: 1-800-952-2687 (24 hours)
Halifax Metro: 902-424-5400