Bust The Dust


Updated September 7th, 2020 - 8:30pm

 

Bust the Dust runs early in September this year with sessions for U10, U12, U14, U16, and U19. All sessions will be held at Cochrane Arena with the exception of U16 who will be at Spray Lakes Totem 2. Please check the master calendar for specific dates and times for your division.

Daily Health Check Protocol

During Bust the Dust this year, we will be following this daily health check protocol.

  • DOWNLOAD the Alberta Health Daily Checklist.
  • Please print off the Alberta Health Daily Checklist at home, review and if you answer "NO" to all questions, you can come to the rink.
  • You need to have your parent sign the document, and bring it with you and give to Bust the Dust lead or appointed volunteer at the rink.

 

 

Spray Lakes has issued documents for User Groups using the rinks. The following are the main items pertaining to CRA's Bust the Dust sessions, you can read the full documents at the bottom of this page as well.

 

User Group Expectations

  • To maintain strict health and safety standards there will be limited access during a booking.
  • Proper cleaning and sanitation will be administered by SLSFSC staff before and after each booking with focus on high touch points.
  • Doors will be unlocked throughout the day. It is up the Facility Users to ensure they are only coming into the building no earlier than 15 minutes prior to their ice time.
    • Facility Users may face an additional charge if early arrival becomes a trend
  • Facility Users will be required to arrive at the facility fully dressed (except skates, helmets, and gloves). They will be let in, 15 minutes prior to their ice time.
    • Exceptions will be made in circumstances where users are accessing more than once space during their booking, ie: Day camp programs when there are multiple ice times mixed in with dry land times.
    • In these scenarios users will be permitted to get fully dressed during their 15 min window.
    • These exceptions must be arranged and confirmed beforehand with the booking coordinator.
  • Washrooms in the facility will be open. All Facility Users are to follow proper hygiene and sanitization regulations.
  • Facility Users must always adhere to the social distancing guidelines. General guideline is always to remain at least one RINGETTE stick (with arm extended) away from any other player or coach on the ice. When operating as a cohort it is still recommended to social distance when possible.
  • At the conclusion of a session, Facility Users will proceed to their designated area to take off their skates, helmets, and gloves. They will then proceed to the “EXIT” doors closest to their designated area.
  • Facility Users will have a maximum of 15 minutes to leave the facility after their ice time.
  • Collect all your belongings as there will be no lost and found on site.

 

Spectators

  • Spectators are strongly encouraged to enter the building no earlier than the commencement of the booking.
  • It is recommended by AHS and SLSFSC that all spectators wear a mask and practice social distancing guidelines.
  • Children must remain with an adult in the spectator area during the booking
  • Spectator Area includes: Seating and standing space inside the arena and arena lobby.
  • SLSFSC is a public space and will be subject to the Town of Cochrane mask use bylaw when it is in effect.

 

 Masks:

  • Maximum of 9 facility users in dressing rooms without masks.

  • Participants will be required to wear masks during the following occasions: Dressing rooms containing more than 9 people, hallways where 2-meter distance is unavailable.

 


Participant Designated Areas - Totem 2

 

  • Designated areas will be assigned in coordination with booking time. Your dressing room will be posted on electronic board inside the rink.
  • Groups will be assigned two dressing rooms.
    • Groups requiring addition rooms other than the two dressing rooms must arrange and confirm beforehand with the booking coordinator.Dressing Room 5 & 6 will follow the blue line/ arrows.
  • Dressing Rooms 7 & 8 will follow the orange line/arrows.
  • Each room will have designated spots for each participant.
  • Max of 9 Facility Users in dressing rooms.
  • All participants will put on skates, helmets, and gloves, wait in their designated spot until the coach has deemed the hallways clear.
  • At the end of session Facility Users will go back to their designated area to remove skates, helmets and gloves and leave using the appropriate exit.
  • If in a day camp and applicable, Facility Users may leave equipment in dressing room until next booking.

 

 


 

Participant Designated Areas - Cochrane Arena

  • Designated areas will be assigned in coordination with booking time. Your dressing room will be posted on electronic board inside the rink.
  • Groups will be assigned two dressing rooms.
    • Groups requiring additional rooms other than the two dressing rooms must arrange and confirm beforehand with the booking coordinator.
  • Booking A will use Dressing Room (1 & 2) and use Exit 1
  • Booking B will use Dressing Rooms (3 & 4) and use Exit 2
  • Each room will have designated spots for each of the 9 participants.
  • All participants will put on skates, helmets, and gloves, wait in their designated spot until the coach has deemed the hallways clear.
  • At the end of the booking, facility users will go back to their designated area to remove skates, helmets and gloves and leave using the appropriate exit.
  • If in a day camp and using the dressing room consecutively, facility users may leave equipment in dressing room until next booking.

 

Booking A

 

 

Booking B

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