Hello athletes and families!
We are very excited to get back into the gym and to see you all again!
As we head back into the gym, we want everyone to know that the changes implemented in our practice will be guided by Gymnastics Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Government and the Saskatchewan Healthy Authority. Safe return to training and continued safety in the gym will be our priority. We believe that with these protocols we will be able to provide quality training in a safe practice environment.
Please remember that updates and changes to WRGC COVID-19 protocols will occur regularly as different levels of training are reintroduced into the gym and as the Saskatchewan Re-open plan evolves. You can be assured that our protocols will meet these standards and will be communicated accordingly.
Currently, no insurance providers are willing to provide any individuals with COVID-19 (pandemic coverage). Any individual entering our training facility assumes the risk and will not receive coverage for COVID issues. COVID waivers will be mandatory with registration.
As we navigate this unprecedented time and implement these new protocols, we ask for your patience and cooperation. Please ensure that you and your family are following the protocols. These protocols will allow for a safe, clean environment for our athletes to train in. Any concerns or questions with protocols should not be directed to the coaches. Please contact our executive board through email@example.com with inquires.
Please see the attached documents for the latest covid safety protocols for our club.
NOVEMBER 26, 2020 UPDATE:
The new provincial requirements announced yesterday require masks be worn while participating in physical activities. While we have been encouraging physical distancing already, greater emphasis will be made on that.
NOVEMBER 13, 2020 UPDATE:
Covid screening Tool Update
Due to the daily changes surrounding covid symptoms, guidelines and recommendations, WRGC has decided to utilize the Saskatchewan Health Authority Assessment Covid screening tool. This tool is considered to be the most up to date screening tool available. This tool will help provide guidance to athletes, coaches and anyone entering our facility on whether it is safe for them to enter.
This screening tool is different than our previous tool in that it will always provide you with a recommendation upon completion. Passing the screening tool results in a screen that says: self- monitor. This means you are safe to attend, but should continue to self monitor for any symptoms as per public health measures and recommendations. At anytime if symptoms begin, you should leave the facility.
Any other messages obtained at competition of your screening tool means that you are not safe to enter and the tool will provide further instructions on what to do. This could include self-isolation and calling 811, calling 911, or going to nearest ER. Please follow the tools recommendations to keep yourself and others safe.
**Note: This tool will not just ask about symptoms. It will also ask questions related to any active outbreaks or high risk areas.These questions are important for contact tracing.
The screening tool link can be accessed below: