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Musket Transport Health and Safety Tips

The COVID-19 Canada App is a useful tool to have with you. It provides you with real-time updates, statistics, where to call for help, and much more resources with common questions and concerns. DOWONLOAD COVID-19 APP

Drivers, you are essential service workers. The mandatory isolation order does not apply to you when returning to or entering Canada for work, as long as you are not experiencing signs or symptoms consistent with COVID-19 at the time of entry. To read the PHAC Notice click here. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms notify Driver Management immediately and do not come to work.

If you fear that you are showcasing symptoms, the government of Ontario has released this self-assessment tool, CLICK HERE. Stay safe by practicing good hygiene habits, social distancing and only follow verified accounts for any medical information.

Driver Management #: 905-823-7800 x 298

Helpful links

We find it best to get information from reliable sources like the Ontario Ministry of Health, World Health Organization, Public Health Agency of Canada (links below). The best advice is to consult Telehealth Ontario and/or a physician if you need clarification or confirmation of any information. If we are all conscientious and follow the advice of the professionals we can minimize our own risk and help stop the spread of the COVID-19 Corona virus.

Hygiene Etiquette

It’s always a good reminder to practice effective hygiene etiquette. These healthy habits will not only help prevent the spread of coronavirus but also more common illnesses such as colds and flues. This includes:

  • Hand washing with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Maintaining at least two-meter distance between yourself and anyone, regardless of symptoms.
  • Coughing and sneezing into a facial tissue and if none are available use your elbow or shoulder ( or the towels that were provided by Musket. Please remember to wash your towels each day with water and soap after they have been used)
  • Avoiding touching your face, especially your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Throw away used facial tissues immediately after they have been used.

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