Saturday, October 24, 2020

Northland Ice Rink’s COVID 19 Procedures

Ice Skating, Figure Skating and Hockey Players

  • Must adhere to six foot social distancing practices off the ice.
  • Should wear face coverings at all times when not actively participating in play.
  • Conduct daily symptom assessments by coaches & players (self-evaluation). Experiencing symptoms stay home.
  • Must not share water or equipment. Belongings should be used only by the individual owner or Player, but not limited to water bottles, gloves, sticks, helmets, and other on- and off-ice equipment. 
  • No touch rule – players should refrain from high fives, handshake lines, and other physical contact with teammates, opposing players, coaches, referees, and fans. A “tip the hand” can be used following the game in lieu of the handshake line. 
  • No spitting or chewing tobacco or gum, or any other similar product

Ice Skating, Figure Skating and Hockey Players

  • Must adhere to six foot social distancing practices off the ice.
  • Should wear face coverings at all times when not actively participating in play.
  • Conduct daily symptom assessments by coaches & players (self-evaluation). Experiencing symptoms stay home.
  • Must not share water or equipment. Belongings should be used only by the individual owner or Player, but not limited to water bottles, gloves, sticks, helmets, and other on- and off-ice equipment. 
  • No touch rule – players should refrain from high fives, handshake lines, and other physical contact with teammates, opposing players, coaches, referees, and fans. A “tip the hand” can be used following the game in lieu of the handshake line. 
  • No spitting or chewing tobacco or gum, or any other similar product
  • Hand washing or hand sanitizing, in the absence of soap and water, are strongly recommended for athletes during the games. 
  • Whenever possible, equipment and personal items should have proper separation and should not be shared. If equipment must be shared, proper sanitation should be administered between users
  • Face coverings are strongly recommended for any spectators. 
  • For each practice, recommended that coaches divide players into groups & establish rotating shifts when possible.
  • Athletes should bring individual water containers.
  • Virtual meetings should be considered when possible. 
  • Athletes are strongly recommended to travel to the venue alone or with a member(s) of their immediate household, if possible. Face coverings are strongly recommended for individuals traveling to and from the venue. 
  • Whenever possible, equipment and personal items should have proper separation and should not be shared. If equipment must be shared, proper sanitation should be administered between users.
  • Coaches should wear face coverings at all times. 
  • Athletes should wear face coverings at all times while not actively participating on the ice. 
  • Must conduct daily symptom assessments by coaches & players (self-evaluation). Experiencing symptoms stay home. 
  • No team water coolers or shared drinking stations

 

Arrival to Arena

  • All participants, spectators, and employees must adhere to six-foot physical distancing while at the arena.
  • Must conduct daily symptom assessments by coaches & players (self-evaluation). Experiencing symptoms stay home.
  • No team water coolers or shared drinking stations.
  • Teams must provide their own practice pucks.
  • Prior to competitive tournaments, event directors must alert the local health department of the event.
  • These requirements must be shared prior to the event with all players, coaches, spectators, officials, and employees prior to their arrival at the arena.

 

Coaches

  • Must adhere to six-foot social distancing practices.
  • Should wear face coverings at all times.
  • Must conduct daily symptom assessments by coaches and players (self-evaluation). Anyone experiencing symptoms must stay home.
  • No spitting or chewing tobacco or gum, or any other similar product
  • No touch rule – coaches should refrain from high fives, handshake lines, and other physical contact with teammates, opposing players, coaches, referees, and fans. A “tip the hand” can be used following the game in lieu of the handshake line.
  • Must ensure that players are following COVID-19
  • Coaches should ensure the players are adhering to social distancing in locker-room and other seating areas and wearing face coverings while not actively participating on the ice play.
  • Whenever possible, equipment and personal items should have proper separation and should not be shared. If equipment must be shared, proper sanitation should be administered between users.

Rink Schedule

Saturday 10/24/20
09:30AM - 11:00 AM
Dougs Hockey 9:30 to 11
Saturday 10/24/20
11:00AM - 1:00 PM
QCFSC 11 to 1
Saturday 10/24/20
01:00PM - 2:00 PM
Group Lessons
Saturday 10/24/20
02:00PM - 4:00 PM
Public Ice Skating 2 to 4
Saturday 10/24/20
08:00PM - 10:00 PM
Public Ice Skating 8 to 10
Sunday 10/25/20
10:00AM - 11:30 AM
Joe Bunke 10 to 11:30
Sunday 10/25/20
12:00PM - 1:00 PM
Cyclones Special Hockey 12 to 1
Sunday 10/25/20
01:00PM - 2:00 PM
Learn to Skate
Sunday 10/25/20
02:00PM - 4:00 PM
Public Ice Skating 2 to 4
Monday 10/26/20
11:00AM - 1:00 PM
Open Hockey 11 to 1

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Northland Ice Skating

10400 Reading Road
Evendale, Ohio 45242
Map / Directions
513-563-0001