About the Program

To get started

  1. Schedule your rapid antigen screening kit pick-up time.

  2. You will receive a confirmation email containing the training video. You will be required to watch this 5-minute training video prior to your initial pick-up.

  3. Each company should assign a Screening Supervisor Designate. 

  4. If you have multiple businesses, please assign a Designate per business.

  1. Download the PASP agreement form and submit the signed form via email to info@kingstonchamber.caClick here to download the agreement form.

  2. All visitors must complete and pass a screening assessment before entry into the premises. A QR Code will be displayed at the entrance.

  3. Capacity limited to four visitors at any one time. Please send only one representative from your organization. 

  4. Masks and physical distancing are mandatory while in the building.

  5. Please do not arrive early for your appointment.

Before you arrive

Pipette Inserted Into Test Tube

Reporting your results

In order to participate in the Workplace Self Screening program, all participants must agree to reporting the results every 7-days.

Your Screening Supervisor Designate will be responsible for reporting all results. Results can only be submitted through our website here and will be shared with Health Canada and the Ministry of Health Ontario.

Anyone who receives a positive test result through the Workplace Self Screening Kit will need to make arrangements with their local Public Health Unit to receive a PCR test as soon as possible. They must also work with Public Health to determine when it is safe for them to return to work. Click here to download the form used to notify Public Health.



The program operates Monday to Wednesday from 10 am - 2:00 pm.

All kits can be picked up at the Alliance Business Center, 204-299 Concession Street, Kingston, ON.


Do you have questions?

Please visit Frequently Asked Questions first. 


If you have not found the answer to your questions please email info@kingstonchamber.ca

Using a Touch Phone