COVID-19 Information for Public, Staff, and Students

SIIT COVID-19 Operational Protocols (PDF)

February 22,2022

On February 8, Premier Moe announced that the Government of Saskatchewan will be ending all Proof of Vaccination requirements as of midnight on February 13, 2022, and all remaining public health orders (masking, social distancing, etc.) as of midnight on February 28, 2022.

As we move into this new environment, we ask that all staff and students continue to be socially responsible, self-monitor and stay home when sick.

Case Tracking and Reporting Illness

Please continue to report any positive cases to your supervisor and the COVID-19 Response Coordinator, Rilyn Jurgens at until February 28, 2022. On or after March 1st, 2022, SIIT will no longer require reporting of positive COVID-19 cases.

As of this date, any sick leaves will revert to internal Staff and Student leave policies which require notification of supervisor/instructor and medical documentation from a licensed health professional for any absence of three (3) consecutive days or more. Rapid tests will not be recognized as satisfactory documentation for leaves.


In person travel and meetings can resume with appropriate safety measures in place. If you are unsure about your travel/meeting safety plans, please reach out to your supervisor for coaching and support.


Updated COVID-19 documents and information are available on MyEagle and This includes updated FAQ for students and staff, Operational Protocols, and the COVID-19 Quick Guide.  If you have any questions, please reach out to the COVID-19 Response Team at


  • Employee & Family Assistance Program
    • Our Employee & Family Assistance Program is available if you are experiencing stress or anxiety. Call 1- 800-663-1142 or Homewood Health will continue to offer online counselling services and many online resources for SIIT staff
  • PPE and Cleaning Supplies
    • We strongly encourage staff and students to continue to wear masks, physically distance and self-monitor to protect our learning community and those among our community who are most vulnerable. Cleaning protocols will remain in place until further notice as a safety measure
    • If you require Personal Protective Equipment or additional cleaning supplies for your location, please contact Rilyn Jurgens at
  • COVID-19 Rapid Tests
    • N96 Masks, Medical Grade 3-Ply Masks and Rapid Tests remain available for Staff and Students while supplies last

SIIT Operational Protocols

  • Masks will no longer be required as of March 1, 2022
  • Maintain physical distance where possible
  • SIIT will no longer conduct contact tracing
  • Stay home if you are sick
  • As of March 1, 2022, SIIT will no longer be tracking positive cases internally

SIIT COVID-19 Response

SIIT is committed to keeping our community safe and healthy. Thank you all for your patience as we navigate through another year.

If you have any questions, please contact Rilyn Jurgens at or Dr. Victoria Lamb Drover, AVP Operations & Advancement at

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