The head coach is responsible to ensure all participants (including parents that have a COVID-19 role) have a waiver signed before participating in any softball related event. Click HERE to fill in your Covid Waivers
Each team must have an Attendance Tracker / Screener (this can be combined into one role or two separate roles) to record the first and last name and phone numbers of players, coaching staff & spectators and ask the 3 screening questions for all participants attending any softball related activities. ** If you are the home team you must track the Umpires **
1. Are you exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, dry cough, chest or respiratory pain) ?
2. Has any member of your household exhibited any symptoms of COVID-19 within the past 14 days ?
3. Have you arrived from outside of Canada in the past 14 days ?
Attached is the SBC attendance tracker form. Teams may use their own providing it has the following information :
Tracking sheets must be emailed to Covid@pcmsa.ca within 24 hours of the activity. If you can not scan and email the tracking sheets, please leave them in Box 1 at McLean.
Each team must appoint a parent for "Distancing Monitor" ( Parents can rotate each event) to monitor the physical distancing (3 Metres) of the team's players, coaches & spectators on and off the field.
Each team must appoint a parent for "Sanitation Champion" ( Parents can rotate each event)
Ensure the balls are sanitized before the start of each practice/game and when possible will not be shared (in practices) and for games will be switched/cleaned every half inning
Any shared equipment will be sanitized before the next player uses it & at the end of the session
Open the washrooms for individuals needing to use them
In the event that first aid is required to be administered during an activity, all persons attending to the injured individual(s) must first put on a face mask and gloves.
** It is recommended that you keep your protective gloves, face coverings & EAP for that event in a ziploc bag easily accessible in the dugout**
Each team must have an EAP at every home game and practice.
An AED has been installed at Gates Park in the Game Day Café. It will be available during their operating hours of Fridays 5-7:30pm, Saturdays 10am-4pm and Sundays 9:30am-3pm
PCMSA will supply every team with protective gloves, face coverings, paper towels & sanitizer.
The head coach is responsible to ensure that your team has sufficient Covid supplies. If you are running low please email the equipment manager at : Equipment@pcmsa.ca
If you have any questions please contact Taylor at UC@pcmsa.ca
PCMSA is required to develop safety plans for McLean & Gates and any other organizations that requires one.