COVID 19 Safety Plan Instructions – Assisted Living
This planning tool has been designed to guide Assisted Living residences through WorkSafeBC’ssix- step process to reduce the risk of COVID-19 in Assisted Living. Briefly, these steps are:

This plan is a template and is designed to be modified based on the needs of your organization.

Green text throughout the document can be replaced with your organization’s information.

The checklists in each section are fillable – if the item listed is applicable to your workplace, you can click on the box and a checkmark will appear. If the item as written is not applicable, you may re-word it to meet the needs of your workplace or delete it.

There are boxes to add additional information at the end of each section. If there is no additional information to be added, the box can be deleted.
Process:
Assemble a team including leadership and worker representatives from the Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC). For sites that do not have a JOHSC, a worker safety representative must be involved in the process of developing your COVID-19 Safety Plan.

You may wish to perform an inspection of the assisted living residence as a part of developing your COVID-19 Safety Plan. SafeCare BC has developed a COVID-19 Safety Inspection Tool that can guide you through the development of your COVID-19 Safety Plan.

Once completed, forward a copy of the Safety Inspection Checklist to your Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee, and keep a copy on file.

In accordance with the order of the Provincial Health Officer dated May 14th, 2020 a copy of the completed COVID-19 Safety Plan must be posted on your website and also made readily available at the workplace for review by workers, contractors, volunteers, suppliers, visitors, and any other person who could be providing services at the workplace.

A copy of the COVID-19 Safety Plan and other associated documentation must be provided if requested by a WorkSafeBC officer.COVID-19 SafetyPlan
This COVID-19 Safety Plan should be regularly reviewed and updated as work processes change or new orders from the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) or Medical Health Officer (MHO) are implemented.

COVID 19 Safety Plan

OrganizatioNameRosemary Heights SeniorLiving
Address15240 34 Avenue Surrey, BC V32J9
Date oCreation02/21/2022
Date oRevision(s)

Orders from the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) or a Medical Health Officer (MHO) that reference Assisted Living take precedence over this policy.

All employers in British Columbia have an obligation under the Workers Compensation Act to ensure the health and safety of workers and others at their workplace and to implement polices and procedures to protect workers from the risk of exposure to COVID-19.

At Rosemary Heights Seniors Village we have developed a COVID-19 Safety Plan (Safety Plan) mandated by the Provincial Health Officer Order dated May 14th, 2020. This plan outlines the policies, guidelines, and procedures put in place to eliminate, and where elimination is not possible, to reduce, the risk of COVID-19 exposure to Rosemary Heights Seniors Village workers, contractors, volunteers, residents, and visitors.

This Safety Plan addresses current operating status of Rosemary Heights Seniors Village. As services are gradually increased within the assisted living residence, this plan will be updated.

As a part of assessing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 in the workplace, the following groups and information sources were consulted:

The following documentation was used to assist in developing Rosemary Heights Seniors Village COVID-19 Safety Plan:

This plan applies to all workers, including management, supervisors, front line workers, volunteers, and visitors to Rosemary Heights Seniors Village
Current Control Measures in place at Rosemary Heights Seniors Village
Workers (including Contractors & Volunteers)

Visitors

Residents

Hand Hygiene

Respiratory Hygiene

Workplace Arrangements

Organization Entrance

One door for entry, ondoofoexit.

Organization Lobby Consider spacinseatinarrangements oremovinseating.

-Barriers around receptiodesif physical distancing can nobmaintained.

Worker Lunchroom/break room </spanConsider arrangemenofurniture, staggerebreaks.

Capacity10

Worker shared spaces Consider arrangemenofurniture, staggerebreaks.Administrative areas Arrangemenoworkstations/furnitureHallways/Corridors

Directionasignage

Elevators </span: Capacity of eitheor 3 depending on the sizothelevatorStaff WashroomsTraining Rooms Consider arrangemenofurniture.

Capacity10

Board Room[Other][Other]

COVID-19 SafetyPlan

Consider arrangement of furniture.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Cleaning and Disinfection

Environmental Cleaning

Expansion of Services

Rosemary Heights Seniors Village has reviewed our existing risk assessments for the jobs and areas affected in the workplace. We have considered the effects of control measures discussed in this COVID-19 Safety Plan on existing safeguards and controls and revised our risk assessments and other documentation accordingly.
A copy of Rosemary Heights Seniors Village COVID-19 Safety Plan has been posted at: [Organization website, specific location within the organization] as required by the order of the Provincial Health Officer.