Brimacombe Health Guidelines
2021-22 Brimacombe Health Guidelines
The health and safety of our Members, Season Passholders, Guests and Employees is our top priority. Please review and practice the following guidelines to ensure you are protecting yourself and others.
- Please do not visit Brimacombe if you are feeling unwell or have been told to isolate by a Doctor, Health Care Provder, Public Health Unit or Canadian Border Services Agency.
- Wear your face mask properly indoors at all times and when required to outdoors. Masks can be removed while eating or drinking when seated in designated areas. Masks are required to meet the guidelines set by the Durham Region Health Department (see Mask Requirements below)
- While in queues outdoors, please maintain at least 2 metres distance between yourself and others outside your household.
- Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand rub.
- If you develop symptoms while on Brimacombe property, please leave immediately and return home to self-isolate. Call Telehealth or your health care provider to be assessed.
- Keep up to date on the latest information from trusted sources, such as your local, provincial and federal health authorities.
Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER!
To stay up-to-date on Brimacombe’s policies and procedures, please visit www.brimacombe.ca regularly.
Please treat our team with respect. Our team is here to help and make your experience the best it can be. Verbal abusre or aggressive or violent behaviour towards our team or other guests will not be tolerated.
Masks are required to meet the guidelines by the Durham Region Health Department. A mask must cover the nose, mouth and chin, must be in contact with the surrounding face without gaping and must be able to filter respiratory droplets. In the case of a cloth non-medical mask or face covering, this means it should be made of 2+ layers of tightly woven fabric (such as cotton or linen). If your ski mask, neck warmer, tube or balaclava meets that criteria, you can wear it as a mask, but if there are breathing or ventilation holes, or it is a single layer of material, it will not be acceptable as a mask. We also recommend bringing a back-up or two so you are able to change it out when it gets damp.