Communicable disease information for employers
Throughout the pandemic and beyond, we'll continue to serve the needs of employers across British Columbia.
What employers can do to keep workers safe
See our information and resources on communicable prevention. Many of our resources are also available in other languages.
Vaccination and the workplace
One of the ongoing measures to maintain is supporting employees in receiving vaccinations for vaccine-preventable conditions to the extent that you are able.
To learn more, please see vaccination and the workplace.
We are committed to continuing to help you access services to support those with a work-related injury or disease. See our claims information for employers.
For more information on what you need to know about WorkSafeBC insurance services, see our insurance information.
We’re here to help
We encourage you to call us for emergency, claims, health and safety, and insurance assistance. Our online services are also a convenient and efficient way to access many of our services. For example, employers may want to consider signing up for our online insurance services to report payroll and pay premiums and take advantage of many other account management services.
Please note that our staff may be contacting you from a non-WorkSafeBC phone number during this public health emergency. If your phone is set up to block calls from private or anonymous numbers, you may miss their call. Please consider changing your phone settings temporarily in order to receive service.