Update Oct 2nd : The Ontario government announced a new provincial mandate for the use of face coverings in the indoor areas of all businesses/organizations. This means that staff and members of the public are required to wear a face covering when entering or remaining in the indoor public space of any workplace, business, transit vehicle, or commercial vehicle, with limited exemptions. Please use the resources below and the information in the Frequently Asked Questions to ensure your business/workplace is compliant with the mandatory requirements. Full details can be found in O. Reg. 364/20: Rules for Areas in Stage 3.
Tuesday August 4th , For the safety of our campus community, Fleming College staff, faculty, students as well as all contractors and visitors to campus, will be required to wear non-medical masks in indoor public spaces at all our campuses beginning Tuesday Aug.4th. This decision was made to align with recent directives issued by both of our local public health units.
How to Wear, Handle and Care for a Homemade Mask
Infographic: How to safely WEAR & CLEAN a cloth mask
Infographic: Where a face covering do and do not tips
Face Covering and Non-medical Mask Resources
Face Coverings that are Not Permitted
These face coverings listed below are not permitted as they do not provide adequate retention of personal droplets. If you require an appropriate face covering to use while on campus, please see the Info booth.
|Vented Face Mask||Neck Gators||Bandana||Scarf||Sneeze Guard|
|Face shields provide eye protection. Droplets can still be inhaled around the shield. Face shields should be used in conjunction with a cloth face covering, not instead of.|