Current Alberta Health Regulations-Crowchild Twin Arena
Adult Group or team sports not permitted •No sports games, competitions, team practice, league play or group exercise of any kind is allowed. One-on-one training is permitted •Only one-on-one or one-on-one household training is permitted for indoor fitness activities (for example, in dance studios, swimming pools, training figure skating on ice, one-on-one lessons). •Sessions have to be scheduled or by appointment. No drop-in or groups allowed. •Individual workouts without a trainer are not permitted.
Safety requirements: •One-on-one sessions cannot interact with others and there must be a minimum of 3 metres distance between pairs of trainers and clients (aka sessions) in the same facility. •Trainers must be professional, certified and/or paid trainers who are providing active instruction and correction. Passive supervision of a physical activity is not considered training.•Trainers must remain masked during the session. Clients are not required to wear a mask while doing high intensity exercise.
•Wherever possible, maintain: •2 metres physical distance between trainers and clients for low intensity training •3 metres physical distance between trainers and clients for high intensity training •More than one trainer and client ‘pair’ are allowed into the facility, studio, rink, court, pool, ice surface, etc. with restrictions: •Each trainer and client pair must stay 3 metres away from all other trainers and clients at all times, including in entryways and exits. •Each trainer can only interact with their assigned client, and each client can only interact with their assigned trainer. •No interaction between clients or between trainers is allowed. •No ‘cycling through’ multiple trainers as in circuit training.
Group physical activities All participants must be 18 years old or younger, except coaches or trainers.
Children and youth will be allowed to participate in limited group activities. •Lessons, practices and physical conditioning activities are allowed for indoor and outdoor minor sports/activities and school athletics (for example, school sport activities that are outside of a physical education class or related part of the school curriculum). •Games are not allowed. •Maximum of 10 total individuals, including all coaches, trainers, and participants. •A playing surface (for example, arena, field or court) may be occupied by more than one youth group, as long as 3- metres of physical distancing can be maintained between groups of 10 and the groups do not intermingle. •Physical distancing must be maintained between participants at all times: •3-metres physical distance for indoor activities •2-metres physical distance for outdoor activities •coaches or trainers may enter physical distancing space for brief interactions with participants (for example, to correct form or technique) •Participants must be masked at all times, except during the training activity. Coaches and trainers must remain masked at all times. •No spectators are permitted, pick up and drop off is ok. •Limit dressing room time to a minimum, try to arrive at facility fully dressed.
CROWCHILD TWIN ARENA COVID-19 PROTOCOLS
Please read the entire document and establish a plan for your group.By confirming your ice agreement and entering our facility, you are releasing the Crowchild Twin Arena Association, Board of Directors and its employees from any liability due to Covid-19. Full responsibility falls upon each person who enters the facility. All patrons who wish to enter the Crowchild Twin Arena (CTA) during the declared pandemic has the under- standing of the increased risk of Covid-19. You will enter our building at your own risk.Although your ice times are confirmed, please be aware that time adjustments could still occur as we begin to open up. This will depend on regulations that are updated by Alberta Health Services (AHS). CTA reserves the right to adjust/cancel ice rental times as needed.
Each team must have a Team Representative at every ice time who is responsible for ensuring all rules are followed. REPRESENTATIVES: PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO ALL YOUR PARTICIPANTS AND ENSURE THAT THEY READ IT. This representative must also keep a list of all players in attendance at each ice time in-case contact tracing is needed for AHS.EVERY PERSON THAT ENTERS OUR FACILITY MUST DO THE COVID19 SELF CHECK TEST. https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.as- px. If ANY symptoms are present, do not enter the building. This is important!!!!! Symp- toms include, but are not limited to, FEVER, new onset of cough or worsening chronic cough, new or worsening shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat, runny nose, chills, painful swallowing, stuffy nose, headache, muscle/joint ache, feeling unwell, fatigue, severe ex- haustion, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, unexplained loss of appetite, loss of sense of smell or taste, conjunctivitis (pink eye)... Please be smart.AHS has recommended that you download and use the ABTraceTogether APP. https://www.alberta.ca/ab-trace-together.aspx.
Please adhere to the following guidelines:
Anyone entering the facility must wear a mask unless covered by the exemptions noted in the city of Calgary Bylaw. Masks are required in all areas of the facility except for the players boxes and ice surface.
When entering/exiting the facility, please use the main doors, which are located on the Scenic Acres Drive (west) side of the building. The entrance and exits will be marked with arrows. There is no arena access through the East (Nose Hill Drive) doors - this is for Life- mark clients only. AHS recommends the use of gloves when you are in our facility, but they are not mandatory.
Game play is approved for all established cohorts. A cohort consists of the same grouping of athletes for each event. CTA has limited the number of participants in a cohort.The maximum players allowed on the ice at any one time is 26 (including goalies).
The maximum players allowed on the ice at any one time is 28 (including goalies). The maximum number of coaches is 4. However, our dressing rooms can only accommodate 8 players per room with proper social distancing. Available seating will be marked in the dressing rooms. Please make sure that your players are sitting in the marked areas to ensure proper physical distancing. Each group will be assigned TWO dressing rooms and ONE of the spectator stands for your over flow players. Therefore, if you have more than 16 athletes, some players must come mostly dressed and use the assigned stands. It is hoped that all youth athletes will arrive mostly dressed. There will be no dressing in the hallways or player boxes. Please note that stands will be marked with available seating spaces. Please find a spot that is vacant. As of September 20... If a cohort has been established it is up to the coaches/team representatives if you are going to allow more players in the change rooms then the recommended 8. Do not ask for more than 2 dressing rooms, as they are not available.
As of September 28, We are limiting ONE PARENT PER ON ICE PARTICIPANT to spectate. All seating areas will be used for on ice participants so please stand in the designated areas. Coaches/team representatives, must take attendance of every parent that watches the event. This is extremely important for tracking purposes! I know that socializing is a big part of hockey, but we are not at that level just yet so please socially distance while watching your kids. NO SIBLINGS ARE PERMITTED Patience and diligence are key at this point.
Please have your athletes show up for ice times 20-25 MINUTES in advance. This is im- portant to reduce traffic flow. The arenas will need to be sanitized in between rentals so it is key that we keep an organized plan so that AHS does not shut us down. When you show up to our facility, follow the arrows to your assigned dressing rooms or stands and get ready to play, You must stay in the dressing room or stands until the operator blows the horn for you to come out. You can then proceed to the players boxes. Again, the arena will be sanitized during the flood times, so it is important to stay in the dressing room or stands to allow our awesome staff the room to do their jobs. Please keep your physical distancing as you head to the ice. After your ice time, you will have 15 minutes to vacate the facility. Showers will be limited to 1 person at a time. Please stay in your seating area until it is your turn to use the shower. It is strongly recommended that you ask your players to shower at home. As you are leaving the dressing rooms, please make your way to the exit doors and ensure that you are not loitering in the lobby or the parking lot.All vending machines and water fountains are not in operation. As well, the concession will be closed. Please have your players fill up water bottles at home.
Coaches/team representatives are responsible for sanitizing their own equipment (i.e. pucks, pylons etc). They are also responsible for ensuring that their athletes are adhering to physical distancing requirements. Anyone that is found to be not following the posted rules will be asked to leave the facility immediately. This is very important, as AHS will be moni- toring facilities for compliance.There will be no loitering in the lobby. The lobby is a no stop zone - flow through traffic only. Anyone caught loitering in the lobby will be asked to leave the facility immediately.
Hand sanitizing stations can be found in the lobby while supplies last. Otherwise, hand washing is encouraged. Washrooms in the lobby will be open. Fixtures will be reduced to accommodate physical distancing. The Facility will be cleaned and disinfected between each group.LEAVE ALL VALUABLES AT HOME! Please do not leave any valuables in your vehicle. Vehicle break ins are inevitable at recreation facilities. Please do not think that leaving items in your car is a good idea.