We hope you’re all keeping safe and healthy during the State of Emergency and Covid-19 concerns. It’s important to follow the Province’s guidelines. We’re all in this together. Stay home and stay safe.
Please refer to http://novascotia.ca/coronavirus for the latest updates on Covid-19.
Call to Action from RNS and RFANS
RNS and RFANS are proud to have partnered to develop this joint statement on the importance of recreation and engaging the sector during these challenging times. We encourage you to share this message with your municipal councils, board of directors, and other partners vital to your work: Statement/Call to Action from RNS and RFANS
Scenario Planning for the Recreation Sector: Moving Ahead in Uncertain Times Webinar: WATCH NOW
Read the answered questions from the webinar: Answered Questions.
Here are a few great resources from CPRA to help answer some of your questions surrounding Covid-19:
Planning for a New Normal slides:
Outdoor Council's COVID-19 guidelines for led outdoor activity: https://www.outdoorcouncil.ca/Covid-19-guidelines
Newfoundland Recreation - Newfoundland Alert Level System for Recreation activities
The COVID-19 Alert Level System provides Newfoundlanders and Labradorians with an overview of the steps that will be taken as they relax public health measures.
*Please note: Nova Scotia will have it's own specific plan, but this helps give a general sense of how things may evolve.
Nova Scotia Government business fact sheet for Covid: Guidelines for Business Hygiene During Covid
EXAMPLE of a phased in plan: Barrington Recreation Summer Programming
The Re-Opening Playbook. Standards to Ensure a Safe Recovery - This playbook is a living document, updated frequently as standards evolve. Access Playbook. (Please note: this is from the States, but will likely still have best practice ideas that are applicable here).
Event Safety Alliance: The Event Safety Alliance Reopening Guide