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Updated May 13, 2021
The safety of our employees and citizens continues to be our top priority as employees return to the workplace.

Guidelines and Checklists

A number of safety procedures and guidelines must be in place in order to return employees to the workplace. Employees and managers must understand and comply with all safety requirements. The ministry must assess each workplace and determine the necessary procedures using the safety resources below.

The following guidelines will help determine when and how employees return to the workplace.


Masks are mandatory in the workplace. Employees must wear masks at all times when away from their workstations (e.g., office, cubicle). This includes, but is not limited to, all common areas, such as hallways, elevators, shared spaces, meeting rooms, bathrooms, etc.  

COVID-19 in the Workplace

There is ongoing potential that we will have to handle positive or potential positive cases of COVID-19 in the workplace. In order to help prepare managers to handle positive COVID-19 cases in the workplace, a cheat sheet is available to managers to compile the various sources of information.

  • Positive Cases in the Workplace - Cheat Sheet 

  • COVID-19 Workplace Toolkit - Workplaces are being asked to support timely identification of individuals at risk of exposure in a workplace setting, provide notification to individuals, and inform them of their need to self-monitor and in some instances self-isolate. Workplaces will be working in collaboration with public health who will advise them of which letters to send and when to do so. 

PPE Pre-Qualified Supplier List 

The Government of Saskatchewan has established a pre-qualified supplier list (7697) for personal protective equipment (PPE) for use across all of GOS. The deliverables include: disposable respirators, masks, gloves, gowns, protective eyewear, and sanitizers that are suitable for general pandemic protection. 



  • See the About government spaces page for COVID-19 workplace safety posters.  

  • How to safely use a non-medical mask or face covering

Refer to for the most up-to-date information from the province and the Public Health Agency of Canada.

​Contact Information

Employees can contact their managers with questions.

Managers can contact their Human Resource Business Partner.

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