Below is an attachment to the North Grenville COVID-19 Policy and Procedures & Conditions of Use for Arenas. Complete details regarding KSC Covid-19 protocols coming soon.

Immediately sanitize hands upon facility entry.

1. a. The following individuals are not permitted to participate in the rental:
i. Anyone who is sick or has any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, headache.
ii. Anyone who has recently returned from traveling outside of Canada, in the past 14 days.
iii. Anyone who has knowingly been exposed to or been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, in the past 14 days.

2. Any person who enters or uses the facility must maintain a physical distance of at least 2 meters from any other person who is using the facility with the exception of the dressing room area and players benches. It is mandatory that all individuals wear a mask in public places to help limit the risk of spread of COVID-19 to others. A mask is not required when on the ice.

3. The Contract Holder agrees to take attendance for each date on the contract and for each group accessing the space during the rental period and records must be kept for thirty days (30) for the purpose of tracing in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak. The attendance sheet must include names and phone numbers for all participants, coaches, trainers and guardians entering the facility. Facility staff will ask to view a copy during the active screening process.

4. The maximum number of skaters permitted on the ice at any time is 24. Beyond 24 skaters groups can have an additional 4 bench staff (including coaches, trainers, etc). This is the total number of participants at one time including skaters, coaches and trainers.

5. Indoor ice use may resume, so long as participants do not allow prolonged or deliberate physical contact between players.
a. Team sports in which body contact between players is either an integral component of the sport or commonly occurs while engaged in the sport are not yet permitted.

6. Participants are asked to arrive 20 minutes prior to their booking and must vacate the building 15 minutes after their booking. The outside doors will remain locked until a facility staff member begins active screening with the collective group 15-20 minutes prior to ice time. The staff member will ask to visually verify that the contact tracing list is complete.

7. Dressing rooms are available for skaters to dress within the 15 minute timeframe. Users are permitted 12 skaters per dressing room. Showers will remain closed and no access will be permitted. Dressing room washrooms and sinks will be permitted to use. Personal items are to be kept to a minimum. They can be left in the dressing room during your ice time. Immediately following the session, skaters re-enter their designated dressing room to change within the 15 minute timeframe, gather their personal belongings and then exit the facility.

8. One guardian per skater is permitted in the facility. Parents/guardians who are assisting with tying skates are asked to proceed to the appropriate spectator area immediately after skates are tied. Please refrain from congregating in the lobby, sidewalk or parking lots.

8. Dressing rooms will be sanitized and cleaned after each group. Touchless water fountains will be available for participants to fill up their water however drinking fountains will not be available.

9. Dressing rooms will be sanitized and cleaned after each group.. Parking Lot Entrance:
a. If booked on Arena 1 use South side parking lot
b. If booked on Arena 2 use North side parking lot

10. Entrance doors (both north and south) will have one way entry/exit clearly marked.

12. The Municipality of North Grenville COVID-19 Arena Policy and Procedures must be followed at all times, failure to comply will result in immediate removal from the facility, non-refundable ice cancellation and review of future contract bookings.

13. All individuals must comply with all current Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit recommendations and directives related to COVID-19. Please visit www.healthunit.org to learn more.