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YELLOWHEAD AG SOCIETY
October 8, 2020
/ COVID 19 PHASE 2 Amendment 2
October 9, 2020, the Yellowhead Ag Society will be opening up both the Indoor and Outdoor arenas for
Bookings, Events, and Open/Drop-in Riding.
To be in
compliance with the Alberta COVID Indoor Recreation and Rodeo event guidelines,
the following must be adhered to:
Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19; with a history of
international travel in the last 14 days, or has been in close contact with a
confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days MUST REMAIN AT HOME AND NOT
ATTEND THIS FACILITY.
·2 metres of
distance is to be maintained between members of different households and
between animals while in the facility, as well as in the parking lots.
·Maximum of 50
individuals permitted in the Indoor facility; 100 individuals in the Outdoor
facility (this includes participants, volunteers and spectators).
·Maximum of 10
horse/riders permitted in the Indoor facility at one time.
children are to remain with their parents at all times.The children?s play area will remain closed at this time.
encouraged to bring their own food and beverages, and should not be shared
and wipes will be available at the facility. Please be respectful and
notify YAS if we are running out.
·With the wipes
provided, wipe down any surface that you touch (Muck forks, Muck cart, lights,
pens, etc.) before you leave the facility. Please use the open, lined
garbage bins to dispose of wipes.
·All other YAS
usage rules remain the same.
Manditory ½ hour between bookings will be in effect. Those using Drop-in Riding are asked not
to enter the building until ½ hour after a Booking has ended; (and 1 hour
after an event); and to vacate the building ½ hour before a Booking is to
commence. This is to avoid close
contact with unrelated parties.
·Annual Membership Users MUST fill out the use log provided, with
your name, the date and time EVERY time they drop in to Open Riding.
·Must record the
names and phone numbers of the attendees at your event ? this includes
participants, volunteers and spectators.
number of people in shared-use participant areas to those only necessary.Space out spectators so they are not in close
microphones are not to be shared.
·If any attendee
shows signs of COVID-19 symptoms, they are not to be allowed to enter.
·A sign in-sign out system
·Hosts are responsible to
ensure social distancing is in place and standards are being followed.
·An event form must be
submitted and approved by the board for any events, this will include
anticipated numbers attendees and your social distancing plan meeting CMOH provincial
·Hosts must have the names
and numbers of participants before their event when possible, any unexpected
attendees must be recorded. Suggest pre-registration for events. The list of
all attendees must be submitted to YAS immediately following their event.
·Washrooms can be used for
events. It is the responsibility of the host to provide
disinfectant, and clean before, between use, and after the event as well as
making sure they are stocked.
·All surfaces touched during
the event require disinfection cleaning following event.
the phase 2 updates in regards to COVID 19 Regulations. We will continue to monitor Security
cameras to ensure guidelines are being followed. If guidelines are
not followed, the facilities will be shut down until further notice.
all our renters and volunteers to stay informed and remain up to date on
COVID-19 Developments via the Alberta COVID Website (CMOH provincial
guidelines). Please refer to the COVID posters at the facilities.
groomers can groom before your booking and right after your booking and must
wear the gloves and use the wipes provided.
The rules above
may change at any time; we will keep our members updated to changes as Alberta
re-opens in the various stages and we will make changes accordingly.
If you have any
questions, please contact Scott MacRae at 780-723-0910.Thank you for your patience as we try to work
through the COVID-19 requirements.