Moore Sport Complex Entry Guidelines 

Changes in affect Sept 22 2021


Note: Due to Provincial Legislation the Moore Skating Club will be required to follow the restriction/guidelines put in place by the Moore Sport Complex.

Please read the following:


September 17, 2021

Good Afternoon,

As you are aware, the Province of Ontario has updated its legislation with respect to vaccine requirements. You can review the news release here: Ontario Releasing Guidance to Support Proof of Vaccination Policy | Ontario Newsroom

The legislation comes into effect on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

Below is what you can expect at the Moore Sports Complex beginning 

September 22, 2021.


- Proof of vaccination will be required by patrons identified in the chart below (or by following the link: Proof of Vaccination Guidance for Businesses and Organizations under the Reopening Ontario Act (gov.on.ca)

- Municipal representatives will be checking for proof of vaccination as required by the Provincial legislation.

- Implementation of vaccine policies beyond the provincial legislation (e.g. by the provincial association) will be the responsibility of the user group if applicable.

- Participants may come to the facility 30 minutes before the scheduled ice time, however, please note that dressing rooms may not be available

 when they arrive at the facility.

- User groups are asked to provide a list of volunteers, coaches and officials (as applicable).


Volunteer lists should consist of only those individuals that are actively volunteering during the ice rental (e.g. timekeepers, front door monitors, etc.). This information will be provided to the municipal representatives so that they are aware of exemptions within your association. The exempted individuals will need to provide their name to the municipal representative at the door in order to gain access to the facility; they are not to bypass the representative – please make sure this is clearly communicated to your volunteers, coaches and officials. Exemptions are provided to these individuals only when they are active in their role as volunteer, coach, or

official. They are required to follow the rules of “spectators” at any other time.

- Please clearly communicate the requirements for vaccine proof (or exemption) to your

association members. Until the app is released by the Province, 

proof of double vaccination AND identification will be required at the door. 

This information is included in the following

link: Proof of Vaccination Guidance for Businesses and Organizations under the Reopening Ontario Act (gov.on.ca)

- Vaccine proof (or exemption) will be required each time a patron enters the facility(ies).


Click Here  for Original Letter for Moore Sport Complex 

Please contact the Moore Sports Complex with any further questions. 519 867 2651

MSC Covid 19 Safety Plan

COVID-19 safety plan

Company details

Business name: Moore Skating Club

Date completed: September 13, 2020

Date distributed: target distribution date is August 23, 2021

Revision date: August 16, 2021

Developed by: Caley Evans

Others consulted: Moore Skating Club Board of Directors

Provide as much information in response to each question as possible. This will help your workers and other people to know exactly what to do and what to expect.

The final page will help you create a snapshot version of your plan to post in the workplace. This can act as a reference for workers and let others who come into your workplace know what you are doing to help keep everyone in your workplace safe.

The COVID-19 pandemic is an evolving situation – review your plan regularly and make changes as required. Refer to the Ontario government’s COVID-19 website for up-to-date information.

How will you ensure all workers know how and are able to keep themselves safe from exposure to COVID-19?

Moore Skating Club will ensure that staff, coaches, skaters, parents, members and volunteers receive education on new safety and hygiene protocols within the club / skating school as well as Government approved information on ways to limit the spread of COVID-19 including:

Respiratory etiquette

Hand hygiene

Physical distancing

Use of Personal Protective Equipment (e.g. masks or face coverings)


How will you screen for COVID-19?

All individuals taking part in club activities must self-screen in accordance with current public health guidelines before each training session. Individuals must not attend any training sessions or club activities if they:

Exhibit any COVID-19 symptoms, such as a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by health experts

Have been in contact with someone with an active case of COVID19 in the past 14 days

Have returned from travel outside of Canada and do not have a Travel Exemption as per the Government of Canada.

Individuals who are considered vulnerable or at-risk (individuals over 70 years, weakened immune system or medical conditions such as heart disease, lung disease, cancer etc.) should strongly consider their participation in club/skating school activities.

Coaches will screen individuals on a daily basis prior to participation in any club activities.

How will you control the risk of transmission in your workplace?

Moore Skating Club will coordinate with the Mooretown Sports Complex in order to ensure compliance with these Protocols. This includes at minimum:

Implementing effective measures to manage the flow of traffic in and out of the facility

Ensuring that any person who enters or uses the facility maintains a physical distance of at least 2m from any other person who is using the facility unless they are from the same household or they are authorized in Step 3 of Ontario's COVID-19 Roadmap to Reopen to be closer than two metres from each other

Scheduling and implementing cleaning between each training group on the ice or the use of any other facility

Wiping down / sanitizing high touch areas such as entry / exit doors to the ice, etc.

Facilitating compliance by the facility operator with the advice, recommendations and instructions of public health officials, including any advice, recommendations or instructions on physical distancing, cleaning or disinfecting

Additionally, individuals must follow Provincial and local public health guidelines with respect to wearing masks and face coverings within indoor facilities. Coaches are required to follow all provincial and facility regulations with respect to wearing a mask or face covering when in an indoor facility. Coaches are permitted to temporarily remove their mask or face covering when engaged in athletic or fitness activity. (i.e. leading an off-ice fitness class). Skaters are required to follow all provincial and facility regulations with respect to wearing a mask or face covering when in an indoor facility. Skaters are permitted to temporarily remove their mask or face covering when engaged in athletic or fitness activity.

Individuals should wash / sanitize hands upon entry to the facility.

When not actively participating in skating, individuals are required to maintain a physical distance of at least 2m from any other person during the session. Individuals from the same household are not required to follow physical distancing requirements.

What will you do if there is a potential case, or suspected exposure to, COVID-19 at your workplace?

If an individual becomes unwell with symptoms of COVID-19, or if someone is aware of an individual that becomes unwell with symptoms of COVID-19, that individual must immediately stop participation in club or skating school activities. The individual should be isolated from all others in a well-ventilated area, or outside and provided with a mask or face covering if one is available. The individual shall be sent home and instructed to follow public health guidelines regarding self-isolation and testing. The facility should be informed in order to determine if any areas need to be closed off and/or require additional cleaning/disinfecting. A member of the COVID-19 Oversight Group should be informed of the situation and should contact the individual or their parent/guardian to determine if next steps are being taken regarding testing.

How will you manage any new risks caused by changes to the way you operate your business?

We will establish regular check-ins with coaching staff to review the procedures.

How will you make sure your plan is working?

The plan will be reviewed at each regular Board Meeting.

COVID-19 safety plan – snapshot

Business name: Moore Skating Club

Date completed: September 13, 2020

Revision date: August 16, 2021

Measures we’re taking

How we’re ensuring participants know how to keep themselves safe from exposure to COVID-19:

Links to government resources on Respiratory etiquette, Hand hygiene, Physical distancing, Use of Personal Protective Equipment (e.g. masks or face coverings) will be posted on our website.

How we’re screening for COVID-19

Coaches will screen participants before going on ice.

All participants and spectators will be screened by the facility upon entry.

How we’re controlling the risk of transmission in our workplace

Physical distancing and separation

When not actively participating in skating, individuals are required to maintain a physical distance of at least 2m from any other person during the session. Individuals from the same household are not required to follow physical distancing requirements.

What we will do if there is a potential case, or suspected exposure to, COVID-19 at our workplace

If an individual becomes unwell with symptoms of COVID-19,that individual must immediately stop participation in club or skating school activities. The individual should be isolated from all others in a well-ventilated area, or outside and provided with a mask or face covering if one is available. The individual shall be sent home and instructed to follow public health guidelines regarding self-isolation and testing. A member of the COVID-19 Oversight Group will be informed of the situation and will contact the individual or their parent/guardian to determine if next steps are being taken regarding testing. 

0