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Public Health Survey: Supply and Demand of PPE in Critical Sectors

In an effort to better understand the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) needs of critical infrastructure partners, Public Safety Canada is launching a second survey (FR) to capture more in-depth data with respect to supply and demand regarding Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including sanitization products and COVID-19 testing kits. More specifically, the new PPE and Sanitization Products Inventory Survey seeks to capture organization contact information and sub-sector information, and to better articulate supply chain challenges and projected PPE shortages.

PSC is asking the trucking industry to take part.

Please ensure that you have reviewed guidance regarding the use of PPE in your jurisdiction prior to completing the survey, as well as the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) guidance here. (FR)

Participation in the survey is voluntary and the data obtained from the survey will be stored on Government of Canada infrastructure. In order to produce timely results from this survey, it will be open until May 4, 2020 at 8:00 am