Update: June 21, 2020
 
Caisse Community Centre Facility (COVID-19)
 
The Caisse Community Centre Facility is open and operating as per the Province of Manitoba third phase of the Restoring Safe Services plan with guidelines in place.
 
 
All access to the Caisse Community Centre is by appointment only and must be pre-arranged by contacting:
 
Dee Romijn, Facility Manager
 
204-736-2679 | 204-801-7629 | dromijn@caissecc.com 
 
Caisse Community Centre 

 Guidelines include / not limited to:
  • The maximum number of people permitted per site is 50, except where discrete groups of 50 can be separated to prevent contact with other groups through the use of separate exits and/or staggered drop off schedules and monitoring the facility to avoid congestion and inter-mingling of groups in common areas. The maximum size of gatherings with sub groups should not exceed 30 per cent of the sites capacity to a maximum of 300.
  • Staff must be present at the entry to the facility, as well as within the facility, to monitor use and capacity. Use one entrance only.
  • All staff, volunteers and service users should be screened for symptoms of COVID-19 or exposures prior to allowing entry into the facility or before being allowed to participate in the activities.
  • Place signage at the entrance and throughout the facility to remind staff, volunteers, and service users of physical distancing measures, hand hygiene, and cough etiquette.
  • Ensure hand hygiene stations are available at entry and throughout the facility.
  • General guidance on physical distancing and disinfection/cleaning measures after each group must be followed. If washrooms are available for use, increased frequency of cleaning should occur.
  • Where possible, classes and activities should be moved to outdoors to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19.
  • Discourage drop-in use where feasible due to difficulty monitoring numbers of people and ensuring physical distancing. If drop-ins required based on community needs, establish measures to avoid congregation and establish process to monitor capacity.
  • Individuals at higher risk of serious illness may consider waiting to return to these facilities.
  • Consider the benefits versus risks of group activities for higher risk groups (e.g. seniors).
  • Follow sector-specific advice for other activities within the facility such as restaurants, gyms, etc.

*COVID-19 Waiver required by all Caisse Community Centre users/participants.*

 

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