Communicable disease plan

SFU has successfully resumed on-campus activities and continues to follow a university-wide Communicable Disease Plan, which is based on Public Health Guidance for Post-Secondary Institutions and WorkSafeBC requirements. 

May 31, 2022

SFU has adopted a university-wide Communicable Disease Plan

Effective July 21, 2021, SFU adopted a university-wide Communicable Disease Plan.

SFU’s Communicable Disease Plan highlights ongoing measures SFU is taking to prevent the spread of all communicable diseases, eg COVID-19, H1N1, measles, the flu etc…

How Faculties and departments can adopt the Communicable Disease Plan

Faculties and departments no longer need to develop their own safety plans and can transition to the prevention measures outlined in the Communicable Disease Plan and Step 3 of BC’s Restart plan.

  1. Download the Communicable Disease Plan Overview (updated April 7, 2022)
  2. Need signage? Download the signage package; order signs from Document Solutions (updated March 17, 2022)
  3. Take the SFU Safety Orientation required by WorkSafe BC for all staff and faculty.

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