Government of Alberta COVID Assessment, Testing and Quarantine
COVID Self-Assessment Tool
Isolation And Quarantine Requirements
Self-isolation Information Sheet

PPEPersonal Protective Equipment
Alberta.ca Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Request Form
Critical – You only have enough PPE to last 24 hrs
Urgent – You only have enough PPE to last 48 hrs.
Vital – You only have enough PPE to last 72 hrs.
Personal Protective Equipment and You (Module)
Donning Poster
Doffing Poster
Guide to Personal Protective Equipment (Narrated Slide Show)

Alberta.ca
Caregiver Guidance for Family Visits and the Use of PPEs
COVID-19 Poster -How-To-Wear-A-Non-Medical-Mask 11×17-Colour
CI PPE Infographic_Kinship and Foster Caregivers Use of PPE_COVID-19_05142020 v2.1

Alberta Human Rights Commission
Best practices in human rights in Alberta.
Discrimination and COVID-19
Masks

AHS Coordinated COVID-19 Response  (1-844-343-0971) is available to all congregate care settings. They must be contacted as soon as there is a person showing symptoms of COVID-19 for additional guidance and decision-making support. This applies to a suspected, probable or confirmed outbreak . AHS is providing this toll-free line for Congregate Living Setting Operators (which group care is considered): COVID-19 Coordinated Response Line 1-844-343-0971 . Use this line directly if you have a resident with COVID-19 symptoms, you need assistance or guidance in managing symptomatic residents, or you have any COVID-19 related questions or concerns.

AHS Guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreak Prevention, Control and Management in Congregate Living Sites

Alberta Health Services
“Outbreak Management for Vulnerable Populations”

AHS Coordinated COVID-19 Response  (1-844-343-0971) is available to all congregate care settings. They must be contacted as soon as there is a person showing symptoms of COVID-19 for additional guidance and decision-making support. This applies to a suspected, probable or confirmed outbreak .
AHS Guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreak Prevention, Control and Management in Congregate Living Sites

Alberta OHS

Occupational Health and Safety Toolkit provides detailed information about Alberta OHS legislation and what your organization must have in place to ensure a safe workplace

Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Toolkitan interactive training video with accompanying templates – provides an introduction to OHS legislation and to policies and procedures your organization needs to implement to be compliant.

COVID-19 Incidents reporting to Alberta Occupational Health and Safety

To stay up to date with new publications and OHS/ES developments subscribe to the OHS/ES eNews and find past issues here.

The OHS Pubstore features new and updated publications, including those relevant during our current experience with COVID-19

Recorded Webinar – Operating During A Pandemic
This recorded webinar video covers the following topics: responsibilities for employers, supervisors, and workers workers’ rights hazard assessment and control musculoskeletal disorders (musculoskeletal injuries) mental health.
Info Sheet- Working From Home During A Pandemic
Outlines best practices employers and workers can follow if working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Government of Alberta Emergency COVID Kit
Overview
Why should you have an emergency kit?
Emergency supplies
Checklists
What goes in your emergency kit?
Special items

Alberta Health Services
Multi Language COVID 19 Toolkit re. COVID-19 with collaborators Dr Sahil Gupta, and Dr Samuel Vaillancourt, Unity Health,
Toronto, and Dr Jaspreet Khangura, Alberta Health Services.

Government of Alberta Court – COVID
COVID-19 Family and Youth Court

Government of Alberta Client Safety/Protection – COVID

AHS Coordinated COVID-19 Response  (1-844-343-0971) is available to all congregate care settings. They must be contacted as soon as there is a person showing symptoms of COVID-19 for additional guidance and decision-making support. This applies to a suspected, probable or confirmed outbreak . AHS is providing this toll-free line for Congregate Living Setting Operators (which group care is considered): COVID-19 Coordinated Response Line 1-844-343-0971 . Use this line directly if you have a resident with COVID-19 symptoms, you need assistance or guidance in managing symptomatic residents, or you have any COVID-19 related questions or concerns.

AHS Guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreak Prevention, Control and Management in Congregate Living Sites

Alberta Health Services
“Outbreak Management for Vulnerable Populations”

Guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreak Prevention, Control and Management in Congregate Living Sites

How to care for a COVID-19 patient at home pdf

Protecting Congregate Care Residents
                Overview

Licensed Supportive Living, Long-Term Care And Hospice Settings
Operational And Outbreak Standards
Residential Addiction Treatment Centres
Home Supports
Resources
The Protection for Persons in Care Act (PPC Act)
PDF – Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol (PDD)
Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol
Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol Report Forms
Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol Training Manual for Trainers
Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol Training Overheads (PowerPoint Format)
Webcast

Alberta Human Rights Commission
Best practices in human rights in Alberta.
Discrimination and COVID-19
Employment
Services and housing
Masks

Alberta Government Family Violence
Phone in 24-hour Family Violence Information Line at 310-1818 provides anonymous help in more than 170 languages.

Alberta’s One Line for Sexual Violence is available at 1-866-403-8000, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

People fleeing family violence can call local police or the nearest RCMP detachment to apply for an Emergency Protection Order, or follow the steps in the Emergency Protection Orders Telephone Applications (COVID-19).

Family violence during COVID-19
Fact sheet on where to find help and supports and tips related to family violence, elder abuse, child abuse, and social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic

AB Ministry of CSS
Safety Chat is available if making a phone call can put you at risk. Speak to someone about resources for dealing with family violence at alberta.ca/SafetyChat, available daily 8am-8pm. (by phone Family Violence Info Line at 310-1818._

Alberta Caregiver Illness and Emergency Situations – COVID
See Alberta’s Children Services Enhancement Policy Manual Jan 2020 Kinship Care: 2.4 Emergency Situations and Foster Care: 3.3.6 Emergency Situations (Placement Resources).

Alberta OHS
Right to Refuse Dangerous Work

Webinar: Respiratory viruses in the workplace

This recorded webinar gives employers, supervisors and workers information about minimizing risk from respiratory viruses in the workplace.

Government Of Alberta Emergency Financial Assistance COVID
Overview
What’s covered
Eligibility
How to apply

Government of Alberta Education/Home and Online Learning COVID

Alberta.ca
K to 12 learning during COVID-19
Nov 2020 Excerpt
Supporting students with disabilities and in outreach programs All students with disabilities who require support and services in any grade and students in outreach programs can continue to receive supports and services in-person at school, regardless of the shifts to at-home learning before and after the winter break. This exemption for in-person learning was based on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer of Health. In consultation with parents, schools are expected to continue to provide students with disabilities with services and support they need. Parents should work with their teacher and school principal on appropriate arrangements

Online map lists schools with two or more confirmed cases. The map is updated on school days.A re-entry tool kit is available for parents and students.

LearnAlberta.ca

Alberta.ca COVID-19 information : parents’ guide 2020-21 school year
Please Note: OCYA – If a child or youth disagrees with either the approval or denial of at-home learning, they may contact the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate (OCYA) for assistance. Young people who are receiving services under CYFEA and PSECA may contact the OCYA at any point in time to discuss issues or concerns and seek advocacy supports. The OCYA ensures that the young person’s rights, viewpoint, and choices are considered at a time when decisions are made on their behalf. Contact: Toll-free: (800) 661-3446 or Email: [email protected] NORTHERN ALBERTA – Call: (780) 422-6056; SOUTHERN ALBERTA Call: (403) 297-8435

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