Official Stage II Relaunch Policy and Procedures for Vision Sports Centre
Superleagues Sports Club
June 18th, 2020
Phase II relaunch plans have allowed for the resumption of limited team sports play. Superleagues will be modifying traditional league play during this stage to ensure that all Alberta Government guidelines are being followed. In addition, we will take some common sense guidelines to minimize close contact risk during this phase of play.
In combination with the Canadian Ball Hockey Association guidelines, and the Government of Alberta relaunch guidelines, we will be implementing the following procedures for the duration of Phase II
A reminder that these guidelines reflect the current Regulations put in place, but are subject to change on very short notice. We will provide updates as quickly as possible in the event of a change.
Arena Entrance and Exit Policies
All participants should arrive no more than 10 minutes before, and exit no more than 10 minutes after the conclusion of their scheduled session. In addition, participants arriving and departing should not congregate in parking lots or outdoor spaces to ensure proper distancing is observed. VSC common area will be closed to help limit congregations in the facility for the time being.
The entrance to the facility will be from the upper doors facing Flint Road. All participants are asked to enter from these doors. For those mobility restricted participants, or requiring an accessible entrance, the lower door will be opened by VSC staff and entry can be obtained there. All participants and spectators will exit the facility from the lower South facing exit. Signage will be placed on both doors and within the facility indicating traffic flow within the facility.
Superleagues will be working with the Vision Sports Centre and other facilities to ensure as safe and clean environment as possible for play. VSC will be implementing the following modifications for play during Phase II.
The facility will also be complying with all Government of Alberta guidance relating to Facility Ventilation and HEPA rated filters were last maintained and installed on May 1st, 2020. We will have regular maintenance and inspections every 3 months due to COVID-19.
In an effort to provide as safe as environment as possible for all people entering the Vision Sports Centre, we are asking that the following steps are taken.
Sign-In and Contract Tracing
We will be asking all participants to provide their name and contact information when attending the Vision Sports Centre. This information is being collected solely for the purpose of contact tracing, and will be kept in a secure location for two weeks. After two weeks, this information will be destroyed in accordance with PIPA guidelines.
We will also encourage participants to download the ABTraceTogether app. This will assist public health officials in the event of a participant testing positive for Covid-19.
All information collected through this initiative will be used solely for the purposes of public health, and will only be shared with Alberta Health Services if a potential exposure occurs onsite.
Rapid Response Plan
In the event a participant, spectator, or staff member displays symptoms of COVID-19, the following steps will be immediately taken:
A staff member from either VSC or Superleagues will be on site at all times during participant activity to ensure this plan can be implemented immediately. Please notify staff at the front desk if anyone has any questions, concerns, or comments while visiting Vision Sports Centre
The following documents have been used in the creation of this information package. Superleagues and VSC are committed to follow all relevant steps laid out in these documents. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns with our plan, please contact our team at email@example.com or by phone at (888)583-5775.
Phase II General Information
Phase II Sport and Recreation Information
CBHA Latest Statement (May 31st)