BC Archery regards the health, safety and well-being of our participants (archers, coaches, officials and volunteers) as our highest priority.
Under the guidance of the BC Government and viaSport, a Return to Play plan has been created to assist with the safe reopening of archery activity in the Province. In addition, a workbook has been created to help club administrators develop plans for their specific venues and activities.
It is a BC Provincial Health Office REQUIREMENT that ALL facilities post their plan PRIOR to (re)opening. This is not a suggestion or a recommendation, it is MANDATORY. Whether you have a formal club that meets on specific days, or you have an open range where people can attend when they want, a Plan is still REQUIRED. Failure to do so puts your operation in jeopardy (and potentially your insurance). The saying cannot be more true than in this situation: if you fail to Plan, you plan to fail.
When reviewing the documentation provided by viaSport (Guidelines, FAQs, etc) you must disregard all mentions of "cohorts". Archery does not utilize cohorts; these sections do not apply to our sport.
There are many resources available regarding COVID-19. Most of what you may need can be found in the links below.
In addition to the samples provided in the Workbook, the following are just some resources available for signage. Be sure to use signage relevant to your needs.
Partitions for the Indoor Shooting line
Click here for pictures and diagrams
Interview with Bridge City News about Partitions