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Workplace Health & Safety Measures

Well-being underlies everything we do at the Jadis Blurton Family Development Center. We have put in place number of steps to make our workspace as safe as possible for all clients and staff. Please be assured that the health of all those who use our offices is our sincere priority.

UPDATE: The BFDC kindly requests that all clients disclose the following information before visiting our offices:

  • if you are under a mandatory testing order and have not yet received your test results
  • if you have been identified as a “close contact” with a confirmed case of Covid-19
  • if you have been ordered to undergo home quarantine 
  • if you have had any cold or flu-like symptoms

If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, please stay home. The BFDC gladly offers online services, please contact us to make a booking.

Please follow these steps to limit transmission while visiting our offices.

  • please wear a mask to your appointment
  • upon arrival, please note we will take your temperature
  • use the alcohol-based hand sanitizer provided to clean your hands
  • for your safety, our workplace is sanitized every 3 hours

The BFDC is adhering to best practices to keep our workplace safe for clients and staff. We encourage all our clients to review these recommendations and follow them if you are not already doing so.

  • wear a mask to limit the airborne transmission of the virus
  • wash your hands with soap and water (minimum 20 seconds) or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • always wash your hands with soap and water before preparing food, eating, and after visiting the toilet
  • cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing, dispose of used tissues immediately, then wash hands
  • avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth
  • avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms
  • avoid crowded areas; maintain “social distancing” (1m or 3 feet) with others to minimize opportunity for transmission whenever possible
  • if you have a cough, fever or difficulty breathing see a doctor immediately – do not wait until symptoms worsen

We understand it is a stressful time for many people. Please read our resource, “How to Stay Calm During the Outbreak” if you need help managing fear and anxiety.