This section contains up-to-date information about reopening your business under the BC's Restart plan.
Latest Update - June 30th, 2021: BC's Restart is moving to Step 3 on July 1st, 2021. This means that businesses should begin transitioning from COVID-19 Safety Plans to communicable disease prevention.
BC's Restart is a careful, four-step plan to bring B.C. back together. Starting May 25th, 2021 we can gradually begin to restart our important social connections, businesses, and activities.
The Province-wide mask mandate, business safety protocols, and physical distancing measures will remain in place at least until early July. No matter which step we are in, we should all still follow health and safety protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including practising physical distancing, good hygiene, and other little things that make a big difference.
In this section:
About the BC's Restart plan
An overview of the careful process toward restarting B.C.'s economy.
Get information about transitioning from COVID-19 Safety Plans to communicable disease prevention in Step 3 of the BC's Restart plan.
Best practices for reopening your business
Understand what you need to do to reopen safely.
Developing a COVID-19 Safety Plan
How to create a COVID-19 Safety Plan for reopening.
Industry-specific guidelines and resources from WorkSafeBC and specific industry bodies.
Non-medical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) will play a key role in helping keep us all safe. Find PPE for your business.
Managing your business during COVID-19
Tips and resources to help you reopen, operate safely, and market your business.