Useful Resources

Protocols And Guidelines

As Yukon slowly plans to reopen its economy there is a growing demand for operators to receive clear guidelines and protocols on how to do so safely and adhering to current physical distancing and health protocols.

TIAY is collecting documents issued by other provincial governments, the federal government, international tourism agencies associations and others to give you an insight on how to safely open and operate your businesses.

A Path Forward – Yukon’s reopening plan

Please see below for a list of protocols and guidelines

 

General

YFN Traditional Territory Travel Advisories

Yukon COVID-19 operational plan template for businesses and services

Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board

 ATIA Tourism Industry Protocols and Guidance (Alaska)

Alaska’s reopening plan 

go2hr restarting operations what-you-need-to-know

COVID-19 Health and safety in the workplace

Cleaning-and-Disinfection-Guidelines

 

Tourism Activities

A YUKON TOOLKIT from the Wilderness Tourism Association of the Yukon:

COVID-19 PRINCIPLES AND EMERGING PRACTICES FOR LED OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES IN CANADA 

2. BC & Yukon Wilderness LED Expeditions COVID-19 Guidelines

3. BC & Yukon School Age Led Outdoor Activites Principles and Emerging Practices For Day Programs

Appendix 1. Backcountry Camping Operational Procedures and Yukon Context Appendix

Appendix 2. Screening Sheet Template


Operational Guidance for tourism activities (NZ)

Best Practices Commercial River Rafting Operations

NRS Gear Cleaning & People Protection

Recreational Canoeing Association BC Recommendations

Association of Canadian Mountain Guides Best Practices

 

Events and Attractions

The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide for event professionals during COVID-19

COVID-19 Considerations for the Global Attractions Industry by IAAPA Global Association for the Attractions Industry

 

Accommodations

Hotel Association of Canada

BC Hotel Association Best Practices Guidelines

Operational guidance for accommodation providers (NZ)

Hotel Association of Canada Hotel Cleaning Standards

TIAY Covid Information Sheet Hotel Guests

TIAY Covid Information Sheet Hotel Operators

 

Transportation

Yukon Guidelines for taxi and ride sharing during COVID-19

Air Transport  link

Marine Transport Link

Surface Transport Link

 

Restaurants

Reopening Guide Restaurants Canada

COVID-19 Information for Take-out and Delivery of Food

 

Global Protocols 

World Travel and Tourism Council Covid-19 Guidelines

Adventure Travel Trade Association Covid-19 Guidelines

Global Protocols for the New Normal for Hospitality

Global Protocols for the New Normal for Outdoor Shopping Destinations and Establishments

Resonance COVID-19 Destination Management Marketing Toolkit

World Tourism Organization COVID-19 Tourism Recovery Technical Assistance Package

US Travel Industry Guidance


 

TIA YUKON INFO GUIDES

TIA Yukon Covid-19 Funding and Info Guide

If you are a Food & Beverage or accommodations establishment and you have recently changed your status, please check out the Accommodation and F&B guides on the TIAY website and contact info@youryukon.com for changes to be made.

TIA Yukon Covid-19 Yukon Accommodations Guide 

TIA Yukon Covid-19 Yukon Restaurant Guide 


 

Additional Covid 19 Information

Bank Contacts Yukon

Self-Isolation Poster

Social Distancing Poster

General Symptoms and Testing Sign

GNWT isolation information sheet

GNWT International Visitors Advisory Handout For Tour and Hotel Operators

GNWT covid-19-self-monitoring-handout

Prevention-of-Coronavirus-Internal-Staff-Poster

Outbreak-Prevention-Facility-Audit


The Conference Board of Canada – Implications for Canada and the economic impact – March 18, 2020

We’re in the business of solving Canada’s toughest problems. It’s hard to imagine a tougher problem than our current global pandemic.

Things are changing quickly, and a fact-based perspective on coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is essential. As part of the Conference Board’s ongoing coverage, we have developed a landing page on our website—available here.

Check this landing page often for real-time Conference Board forecasts, targeted insights, and breaking evidence on COVID-19, all distilled into quick reads. It will give you an evidence-based, up-to-the-minute understanding of the complex issues that could impact you and your organization.

We have made our COVID-19 coverage complimentary and accessible to all in the hope that our resources provide support during these challenging times.

Sincerely yours,

The Conference Board of Canada


The Conference Board of Canada’s COVID-19 Resources

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