DISCLAIMER: Screening kits are an added measure but all other PPE and distancing protocols must continue to be followed regardless of screening.
What you need to know.
1 – These kits are free and only available to businesses under 150 employees.
2 – Each company must assign a Screening Supervisor Designate(s), who will be the contact person for the Chamber and the THU.
3 – Once your order is received and packaged, you will receive a confirmation email containing the date and time of your pick-up and all relevant reporting and reordering details.
4 – If you have multiple businesses, please fill out one order form per business.
Click the links in the shaded grey sections of each box
Complete, print and sign the following:
1 – Complete the online “Screening Kits“ order form.
2 – Print, sign, and bring the Provincial Antigen Screening Program form. Click here to download the agreement form; and
IMPORTANT: You will be asked a series of questions upon pick up to ensure you have watched the video. We will also have a laptop available onsite to view the video if needed.
What you need to know before you arrive to pick-up your order.
1 – Only arrive at your pre-designated time slot (noted in your confirmation email).
2 – Wear a masks throughout the entire pick-up process.
3 – Pick up of kits will be at the Chamber offices – 883356 Hwy 65, New Liskeard (beside Ms Claybelt)
4 – Provide the completed Provincial Antigen Screening Program form.
5 – Provide the completed Chamber Liability Waiver Form.
6 – If you have not already watched it, you will be provided with a laptop to watch the required 5-minute training video.
7 – You will then sign for and receive your 2-week supply of rapid antigen screening kits and instructions on safe disposal.
In order to participate in the Workplace Self Screening program, all participants must agree to immediately reporting the results as soon as employees have been tested.
* Your Screening Supervisor Designate will be responsible for reporting all results.
* Results can only be submitted through the online portal.
* Results are shared with Health Canada, the Ministry of Health Ontario, and the Timiskaming Health Unit.
Timiskaming Health Unit
The COVID-19 Assessment Centres are clinics where people are assessed by a health-care provider and tested for COVID-19 if required. Call your local Assessment Centre directly to book an appointment.