CCFA submitted our Return to Sport Plan (draft) to BCPFA (now approved)
We have emailed all returning parents with detail expectations, requirements, and again repeat the call for committed volunteers. We will need more support than has been the case in previous seasons due to the extra safety precautions needed during the current phase of the covid-19 Provincial Health Officer guidelines.
In the meantime, please frequently visit our website or social media platforms for updates and important messages. It is especially important that parents, coaches and volunteers recognize the specific requirements of the BC Provincial Football Association Return To Play Plan which has been developed according to viaSPORT and Provincial Health Office guidelines. The first two documents are avalilable by using the "read more" button.
- Staff, volunteers and participants should be trained on the Return to Sport Plan (as appropriate to age/role). This includes national/provincial mandates as it pertains to NCCP such as Safe Contact, Making Headway and Community Novice Coaching Certification.
- Implementation of the CCFA Return to Sport Plan will be updated as necessary when circumstances or provincial guidance changes.
- Different activities may have differing levels of protection and whenever possible the CCFA Plan will follow the Provincial Health Office recomended guidelines and use the action that offers the most protection as noted in the BCPFA Return to Sport Plan. The following are listed from highest level of protection to lowest:
- Physical distancing measures – to reduce density of people, (number and duration of contacts)
- Engineering controls – physical barriers, increased ventilation, traffic flow
- Administrative controls – rules and guidelines
- Non-medical masks (and other PPE)
For the complete BCPFA Return to Sport Plan please use this link: BCPFA Return to Sport Plan Published: June 12, 2020
The full viaSPORT Return to Sport Guidelines for BC (latest revision a June 25, 2020)