Illness Policy


APPENDIX C

ILLNESS POLICY

A “participant” includes a skater, coach, choreographer, volunteer, official, skater or parent / spectator. 

  1. Inform an individual in a position of authority (coach, club administrator) immediately if, you feel any symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat and painful swallowing, stuffy or runny nose, loss of sense of smell, headache, muscle aches, fatigue and loss of appetite.
  2. Assessment
    1. Participants must have a daily verbal screening for symptoms upon arrival at the facility
    2. Supervisors/coaches will visually monitor participants to assess any early warning signs as to the status
    3. If Participants are unsure, they will be instructed to use the Alberta Health COVID-19 self-assessment tool

 

  1. If a Participant is feeling sick with COVID-19 symptoms
    1. They should remain at home and contact Health Link at 811
    2. If they feel sick and /or are showing symptoms while at the facility, they will be sent home immediately and have them contact 811 or a doctor for further guidance
    3. No Participant may participate in a session if they are symptomatic
  2. If a Participant tests positive for COVID-19
    1. The Participant will not be permitted to return to the facility until they are free of the COVID-19 virus as verified by a medical professional
    2. Any Participants who practice closely with the infected participant will also be removed from the facility for at least 14 days to ensure the infection does not spread further
    3. If any participant tests positive, the club/skating school must inform the Alberta-NWT/Nunavut Section Office of the positive case

 

  1. If a Participant has been tested and is waiting for the results of a COVID-19 Test
    1. As with the confirmed case, the Participant must be removed from the facility
    2. The Public Health Agency of Canada advises that any person who has even mild symptoms to stay home and contact Health Link at 811
    3. Other Participants who may have been exposed will be informed and removed from the activity for at least 14 days or until the diagnosis of COVID-19 is ruled out by health authorities

 

  1. If a Participant has come in to contact with someone who is confirmed to have COVID-19
    1. Participants must advise their coach and/or the Innisfail Skating Club if they reasonably believe they have been exposed to COVID-19
    2. Once contact is confirmed, the Participant will be required to follow the direction of Alberta Health Services

 

  1. Quarantine or Self-Isolate if:
    1. Any Participant who has a member of their household who has traveled outside of Canada and has experienced any symptoms identified on the verbal health screening questionnaire within the last 14 days is not permitted to enter any part of the facility and must quarantine and self-isolate
    2. Any Participant with any symptoms of COVID-19 is not permitted to enter any part of the facility and must quarantine and self-isolate
    3. Any Participant from a household with someone showing symptoms of COVID-19 is not permitted to enter any part of the facility and must quarantine and self-isolate
    4. Any Participant who is in quarantine or self-isolating as a result of contact with an infected person or in families who are self-isolating is not permitted to enter any part of the facility

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