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Seven Chiefs Sportsplex/Chief Jim Starlight Community Centre

Department: Tsuut’ina Nation Seven Chiefs Sportsplex
Reports to: General Manager
• They will take the individual participants signed waiver form for any Liability (COVID 19)
• We will use existing communication channels with customers (direct marketing, email, flyers, posters, etc.) to educate customers prior to their arrival on: what to expect when they arrive at sportplex, specifically as it relates to their health/when not to come to a property, PPE options, and observing physical distancing.
• Will greet each visitor to the Sportsplex.
• A Handheld Non‐Touch Thermometer will be used at the Entrance. Each Clients/Visitors will have their temperature measured before entering the facility.
• If the customer’s temperature is normal, will proceed to the next steps
• If the customer’s temperature is above 38°C, a secondary temperature check will be conducted to verify the first reading.
• If the customer fails the second screening test, individual will be asked to leave, seek medical testing and be barred from entry for two weeks.
• They will ask the following question before they can enter the building
• Do you have any of the following symptoms:
• Fever greater than 36°C
• Cough
• Shortness of Breath/ Difficulty Breathing
• Sore Throat
• Runny Nose
• Have you or anyone in your household travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days?
• Have you or anyone in your household been in contact in the last 14days with someone who is being investigated or confirmed to be a case of COVID 19?
• Have you tested positive for COVID 19 within 10 days?
• They will also be tasked with visual observation of customers who may be experiencing symptoms of fever, sore throat, cough, runny nose or difficulty breathing. Security will have the authority to not permit entry to individuals with visual symptoms present and bar individuals from entry for two weeks.
• They sure Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – Appropriate PPE will be worn by Customers as they enter into the building
• Fibre Mats will be placed, at all customer entrances, in an effort to reduce the virus being carried in by footwear. We will ensure that these mats are well kept and meet the highest standard of prevention. The Matts will be sprayed with sanitizer every 5th person entering the building
• A Hand sanitizer dispenser will be set up at front doors
• A staff member or a security staff person would monitor to ensure only players with ice time are permitted in the facility and distancing measuring are being complied with on-ice. Reporting user group compliance / safety issues to Facility Management.
• On the ice, players have all of their equipment on including hockey gloves. They do not share ANYTHING other than a hockey puck that is passed with a stick…NEVER touched by hand.
• Benches would not be used in this phase (unless for medical purposes or in the event of a water bottle falling to the inside of the bench area). In Phase Two, designated distancing areas would be placed on benches (similar to grocery stores).
• All health and safety recommendations would be followed
• Full sanitization measures would be conducted during and at the conclusion of each ice time (by designated arena staff and/or an outsourced cleaning provider) to ensure cleaning consistency.
• Specifically, skate tying arena; ice surface door gates; dashboard areas on benches (where water bottles are placed); and bench door handles and bench surfaces would be sanitized.
• Beyond flood time between ice times, consider adding in an additional 15-minute lag time between user groups to ensure there is no interaction with multiple groups. All players from previous ice time must exit the facility within 10 minutes from the conclusion of their ice time. This additional lag time would also provide facilities with a cleaning period to sanitize key surface areas prior to the next user group arriving. This protocol could continue in place in future phases (as required).
• Use the automated entry doors, limiting the need for any handling of door handles.
• No player, parent, coach nor staff member shall be permitted to enter the facility if they are feeling unwell or experiencing any COVID-19 related symptoms.
• Any participate must report a positive test immediately to the facility manager and their user-group leader.
• If players, coaches and parents do not comply with Distancing protocols, players or groups will be asked to leave the facility immediately and the user group will be at risk at losing their ice times moving forward (as deemed appropriate by Facility Management).
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – will be given to staff like face shield, mask and gloves

 Working knowledge of occupational hazards and of necessary safety precautions.
 Must be prepared to provide a current Vulnerable Sector Check.
 Must be prepared to abide by Tsuut’ina HR policy including drug testing.
 Must sign an Oath of Confidentiality.

Please note that this organization adheres to Sections 1 – 9 of the Aboriginal Employee Preference Policy for selection and displacement. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. The successful candidate will be under a probationary period at the commencement of his or her employment.

Please apply in writing, including a resume to:

Email: Jobs@tsuutina.com