City of Revelstoke - Game Day Protocols
COVID19 - MINOR HOCKEY
GAME DAY PROTOCOLS
Game days are considered an ‘event’. The hockey group which consists of players, coaches and assistants, referees and officials cannot exceed 50 individuals. At this time, spectators will not be permitted in the Revelstoke Forum during Game Day.
The facility capacity for games includes up to 65 people. This includes the following:
- Members of the cohort, all supporting staff and essential game day volunteers
- At this time, spectators will not be permitted in the Revelstoke Forum during games.
- 30 min before the game time, you must provide us with a list that includes names
and contact details for all people who are in the building.
- Home & Visiting team - players and coaches
- Essential game day volunteers - refs, timekeeper, etc..
- Media and others who are helping promote the game or scout players.
Players in the same cohort must wear masks within the cohort environment when outside of the field of play if they are not able to maintain physical distancing; this includes but is not limited to shared spaces such as dressing rooms, hallways and staging areas.
Essential Game Day Volunteers / Staff are not counted among the limit of 50 by the Order, nor do they constitute a second event group. They must not come into contact at any time with the hockey group of 50 during the event or during access and egress.
In the Revelstoke Forum Essential Game Day Volunteers / Staff consists of the following and are limited to 7 - 10 individuals:
- Facility staff (2 spots reserved for staff)
- Camera Operator
- Hockey TV Tech Support (1
- Broadcast personnel
The hockey user group must provide a variance request for these individuals and provide a safety plan for these individuals as part of the user group safety plan.
- Follow on site signage.
- Entrance will be permitted into the facility 15 min prior to game time.
- Home team will enter the building using the entrance doors on the west side of the lobby area.
- Visiting team will enter the building using the entrance doors fronting 10th street.
- Home team will have 2 COVID Ambassadors present in the lobby area to ensure COVID principles are adhered to and to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not enter the arena.
- The COVID Ambassadors will be responsible for securing the facility once all participants are in the building.
- At this time, spectators will not be permitted in the facility.
- Masks must be worn in all common areas (this includes lobby area, and corridor).
- Hands to be sanitized upon entering the building.
- Opposing team representatives must check-in with a printed roster
- Accessible areas will be limited to dressing rooms and ice surface.
- Home team members: Max number is 23.
- Visiting team members: Max number is 23.
- Up to 2 COVID safety ambassadors (if numbers permit)
- Up to 3 Officials
- No spectators permitted on game days
- Coaches and/or trainers who are not able to maintain physical distance, must wear masks on the benches, as well in areas where distance cannot be maintained.
- Dressing room occupancies have been established based on the required 2 metre distance, however occupancy can be increased by requiring the wearing of masks in the dressing rooms. Shower facilities will not be available.
Exit ice and Building Procedure:
- After the game, players from both teams will have 20 minutes in the dressing room and leave the facility the same way they came in.
- Home team will exit the building along the west side of the building.
- Visiting team will exit the building along the east side of the building.
- Refs will have one hour in the ref room and will leave the facility through the main entrance doors.
- Essential game day volunteers will have 30 minutes to leave the facility through the main entrance doors.
- Participants should not congregate in parking areas or public areas after hockey related activities.
- Essential game day volunteers will have access to washroom facilities in the main lobby area.
NO SPITTING ANYWHERE IN THE FACILITY OR ON THE ICE
Access to any other members of the public will not be tolerated and result in ice time
Visiting teams who do not follow our guidelines will be asked to leave the facility and
reported to the league by staff