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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to change rapidly, as does the information available regarding Practice Guidelines, directives, recommendations, rental/lease, legal general and advocacy. The RMTBC is working tirelessly to develop resources for you to effectively manage through this pandemic.
We have developed a section on our website dedicated to COVID-19 information. This section is available on the public side of the website so that you and your staff can easily access the information. We encourage you to check this site daily to look for new and/or changed information. This section is organized as follows:
This section contains regular announcements or declarations by both Federal and Provincial Governments.
This section provides links to letters and documents sent to government to advocate on behalf of the profession.
New RMTBC/CMTBC partnership eliminates fees for the Boundaries and Consent online course. Read more.
Your questions on clinic closure, tele-rehab, financial supports, negotiating leases/rental agreements and more. Register here.
This section contains information related to Practice Guidelines, PPE suppliers and information specific to returning to practice such as posters, notices, etc.
Effective May26, 2020 the RMTBC Guidelines will only be available to members. As there are specific requirements for those RMTBC members who hold insurance with Wilson Beck, the Board has determined that in order to stop confusion in the community, only members will have access to the RMTBC Guidelines for Return to Practice through the following link.
Non-Members are able to access the CMTBC Guidelines found in the section below.
RTW Guidelines Info
Please be aware that RMTBC does not endorse any PPE suppliers listed.
Information & WorkSafeBC Plan CheckList
This section contains information on your obligations and responsibilities if you are renting or leasing residential or commercial space during this pandemic. You will also find related financial assistance and legal information here. The information contained here is not legal advise but guidance. Readers are advised to seek legal counsel if considering any termination of their lease or rental.
This section contains information on clinical resources available to practitioners based on BC Centre for Disease Control, the Public Health Agency of Canada and information from various provincial health authorities and the CMTBC.
This section contains information on how to manage the pandemic as a small business owner, including your responsibilities to your employees, what government supports are available as well as contact information for questions you may have. This is an area that we expect to evolve rapidly in the next few weeks as government support plans become more developed.