Tag: Safety

Public Health Orders Remove Proof of Vaccination Requirements

New public health orders have come into effect March 1, 2022 that remove all proof of vaccination requirements for public places. Proof of vaccination and testing requirements for designated public …

New Public Health Orders Set Out First Phase in Manitoba’s Plan to Relax Restrictions

The new public health orders will come into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 8 and will remain in place until Tuesday, Feb. 22

Manitoba Extending Prevention Orders To Protect Against Covid-19

The current public health orders set to expire Jan 11 will be extended to Feb 1.

Province Changes Self-Isolation Public Health Order

“We need to ensure we take steps to protect our health-care system and other critical services during this surge of COVID-19 cases, many linked to the omicron variant,” said Gordon. …

Public Health Orders Updated to Address Omicron Variant Spreading in Manitoba

Reducing Gathering Sizes in Public Places, Curtailing Alcohol Sales in Restaurants, Licensed Premises

Province Providing Take-Home, Self-Administered Rapid Tests Available To Manitobans Seeking Covid-19 Tests

To manage current and growing demand for COVID-19 testing the Manitoba government is making take-home, self-administered rapid tests available at provincial testing sites to Manitobans as well as other vulnerable …

Province Providing Free KN95 Masks to Manitobans

Manitoba Central Services has partnered with Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries (MBLL) to make KN95 masks available at liquor marts and casinos.The department advises wearing a mask has been shown to …

Threat Of Omicron Variant Brings Increased Restrictions

New orders go into effect on Tuesday, Dec. 21 and expire on Jan. 11, 2022.

Made Safe Manufacturing Forum


Made Safe is hosting our last Manufacturers’ Forum of the year, happening on December 1, 2021. Meet like-minded safety professionals, drive your business forward and connect with peers to learn …

New Public Health Orders in Manitoba

Due to rising COVID-19 cases, increased community transmission and a growing strain on the health-care system, Manitoba is taking additional steps to help curb the spread of the virus in …

Mask use required in all indoor public spaces in Manitoba effective Aug 28.

Manitoba is expanding the vaccine passport benefit for fully immunized individuals that will enable businesses, services and events to be available without capacity limits or public health restrictions as of …

New Manitoba Public Health Orders, Effective March 5

Cautious Reopening Continues with a Focus on Gradually Reopening Activities, Services While Protecting Manitobans’ Health and Safety