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Worker supports

For the latest local guidance, please review the orders and guidance issued by the Government of Yukon and the Chief Medical Officer of Health.

Home office guidance

Follow the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety’s telework guidelines to support employees who are working from home.

The Institute for Work and Health have created a handy guideline on how to set up a temporary home office during COVID-19.

Mental health resources

Learn more about resources that are available to support the mental health of workers.

Right to refuse unsafe work guidance

Workers in Yukon have the right to refuse work if they have reasonable cause to believe that performing a job or task puts them or someone else at risk. Learn more about how workers, supervisors and employers can work together to improve workplace health and safety in these situations.

Workers’ compensation questions and answers

Will workers be covered if they get COVID-19? What if a worker is injured while working at home? Find the answers to common COVID-19 claims questions.

Health professionals guidance

For information specific to health professionals, refer to the Government of Canada’s novel coronavirus information for health professionals.

This page was last updated on April 30, 2020.