COVID-19 safety plan – snapshot
Business name: Sarnia School of Archery
Date completed: March 14, 2021
Revision date: March 14, 2021
Measures we’re taking
How we’re ensuring workers know how to keep themselves safe from exposure to COVID-19
· Coaches are required to pre-screen prior to their shift by utilizing the same tool as required by the Ministry of Health / Ministry of Education for students to attend school. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/covid19-cms-assets/2021-01/Printable%20school%20and%20child%20care%20screening_Eng_AODA.pdf
· Coaches are required to sanitize / wash their hands upon entering the facility and in between classes.
· Coaches are required to wear masks for the duration of their shift.
How we’re screening for COVID-19
· A screening must be completed by each staff member as well as each parent / guardian for every student prior to class. The screening used will be the same tool as required by the Ministry of Health / Ministry of Education for students to attend school. https://covid-19.ontario.ca/covid19-cms-assets/2021-01/Printable%20school%20and%20child%20care%20screening_Eng_AODA.pdf
How we’re controlling the risk of transmission in our workplace
Physical distancing and separation
· Total facility capacity is limited to 10 people (this includes coaches and students).
o This provides 300 sq/ft per individual.
· The lesson plan for class will utilize social distancing by taking advantage of individual firing lanes
· All equipment and high touch areas are sanitized between each class
· Hand sanitizing and washing mandatory before entering the facility. Hand sanitizer is provided at our entrance.
· Classes are separated by 15 minutes of transition time to ensure sanitization and to avoid cross-class interaction.
What we will do if there is a potential case, or suspected exposure to, COVID-19 at our workplace
· We record attendance for every class and have all phone numbers and email addresses of each volunteer and participant family on file.
· In the event we are notified of a potential exposure at the facility, we would immediately provide all information as requested by Lambton Public Health and follow any procedures they deem necessary at that time.
How we’re managing any new risks caused by the changes made to the way we operate our business
· Our operation has opted to run under “Red Zone” guidelines since opening. This has provided stability for our staff, students and parents / guardians by ensuring there are virtually no changes from day to day in the procedures being utilized at our facility.
How we’re making sure our plan is working
· The plan is reviewed weekly by Tristan and Duncan.
· Given that the program is a relatively small operation Tristan and Duncan are easily accessible to any stakeholder.