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Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

Fri, Jun 05, 2020

Aviation Is One Of The Transportation Segments Targeted

To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, Transport Canada and the transportation industry have implemented a layered system of measures, such as increased sanitization, health checks for passengers, and allowing passengers to remain in their vehicles on ferries. However, there are still points in the transportation system where workers must be in close proximity to co-workers and travellers.

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

The Minister of Transport, the Honorable Marc Garneau (pictured), has announced that he is expanding the requirements for the use of face coverings by workers and others involved in the transportation system, to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

This approach for workers complements recent regulations and guidelines for passengers to use face coverings in certain circumstances when travelling by air, marine and rail to reduce the risk of the virus transmission. It also puts in place a more a comprehensive approach for face coverings that strengthens the protection of everyone involved in the transportation system.

The measures will be implemented through a combination of mandatory orders and guidance:

As far as aviation concerned… this measure will expand the existing face covering / non-medical mask requirements beyond passengers to include some flight crew and airport workers. It went into effect at noon EDT on June 4, 2020.

FMI: http://www.tc.gc.ca/

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

Fri, Jun 05, 2020

Aviation Is One Of The Transportation Segments Targeted

To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, Transport Canada and the transportation industry have implemented a layered system of measures, such as increased sanitization, health checks for passengers, and allowing passengers to remain in their vehicles on ferries. However, there are still points in the transportation system where workers must be in close proximity to co-workers and travellers.

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

The Minister of Transport, the Honorable Marc Garneau (pictured), has announced that he is expanding the requirements for the use of face coverings by workers and others involved in the transportation system, to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

This approach for workers complements recent regulations and guidelines for passengers to use face coverings in certain circumstances when travelling by air, marine and rail to reduce the risk of the virus transmission. It also puts in place a more a comprehensive approach for face coverings that strengthens the protection of everyone involved in the transportation system.

The measures will be implemented through a combination of mandatory orders and guidance:

As far as aviation concerned… this measure will expand the existing face covering / non-medical mask requirements beyond passengers to include some flight crew and airport workers. It went into effect at noon EDT on June 4, 2020.

FMI: http://www.tc.gc.ca/

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

Fri, Jun 05, 2020

Aviation Is One Of The Transportation Segments Targeted

To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, Transport Canada and the transportation industry have implemented a layered system of measures, such as increased sanitization, health checks for passengers, and allowing passengers to remain in their vehicles on ferries. However, there are still points in the transportation system where workers must be in close proximity to co-workers and travellers.

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

The Minister of Transport, the Honorable Marc Garneau (pictured), has announced that he is expanding the requirements for the use of face coverings by workers and others involved in the transportation system, to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

This approach for workers complements recent regulations and guidelines for passengers to use face coverings in certain circumstances when travelling by air, marine and rail to reduce the risk of the virus transmission. It also puts in place a more a comprehensive approach for face coverings that strengthens the protection of everyone involved in the transportation system.

The measures will be implemented through a combination of mandatory orders and guidance:

As far as aviation concerned… this measure will expand the existing face covering / non-medical mask requirements beyond passengers to include some flight crew and airport workers. It went into effect at noon EDT on June 4, 2020.

FMI: http://www.tc.gc.ca/

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

Fri, Jun 05, 2020

Aviation Is One Of The Transportation Segments Targeted

To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, Transport Canada and the transportation industry have implemented a layered system of measures, such as increased sanitization, health checks for passengers, and allowing passengers to remain in their vehicles on ferries. However, there are still points in the transportation system where workers must be in close proximity to co-workers and travellers.

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

The Minister of Transport, the Honorable Marc Garneau (pictured), has announced that he is expanding the requirements for the use of face coverings by workers and others involved in the transportation system, to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

This approach for workers complements recent regulations and guidelines for passengers to use face coverings in certain circumstances when travelling by air, marine and rail to reduce the risk of the virus transmission. It also puts in place a more a comprehensive approach for face coverings that strengthens the protection of everyone involved in the transportation system.

The measures will be implemented through a combination of mandatory orders and guidance:

As far as aviation concerned… this measure will expand the existing face covering / non-medical mask requirements beyond passengers to include some flight crew and airport workers. It went into effect at noon EDT on June 4, 2020.

FMI: http://www.tc.gc.ca/

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

Fri, Jun 05, 2020

Aviation Is One Of The Transportation Segments Targeted

To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, Transport Canada and the transportation industry have implemented a layered system of measures, such as increased sanitization, health checks for passengers, and allowing passengers to remain in their vehicles on ferries. However, there are still points in the transportation system where workers must be in close proximity to co-workers and travellers.

Transport Canada Mandates Face Coverings In Various Transportation Efforts

The Minister of Transport, the Honorable Marc Garneau (pictured), has announced that he is expanding the requirements for the use of face coverings by workers and others involved in the transportation system, to reduce the risk of COVID-19.

This approach for workers complements recent regulations and guidelines for passengers to use face coverings in certain circumstances when travelling by air, marine and rail to reduce the risk of the virus transmission. It also puts in place a more a comprehensive approach for face coverings that strengthens the protection of everyone involved in the transportation system.

The measures will be implemented through a combination of mandatory orders and guidance:

As far as aviation concerned… this measure will expand the existing face covering / non-medical mask requirements beyond passengers to include some flight crew and airport workers. It went into effect at noon EDT on June 4, 2020.

FMI: http://www.tc.gc.ca/