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COVID Care Practices

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Canad COVID Care Practices

Please review the following information as it pertains to Face Coverings and Destination Centre access at this time.

 

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Thank you for choosing Canad Inns!

Our identity as Manitoba’s Largest Hospitality Provider has never been more important to us than it is right now. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on all of our communities, and we know we will have to navigate the realities of the “New Normal” for quite sometime.

However, it is also a time to celebrate Manitoba and Manitobans! Our province has done a fantastic job managing through this crisis, and we should all be extremely proud of the success of our collective risk management efforts.

STEPS TAKEN TO PROTECT OUR TEAM MEMBERS AND OUR GUESTS

Throughout our facilities, we have implemented care practices, including but not limited to:

• Reduced Operating Hours and enhanced Security Services
• Implementation of Signage and Physical Distancing markers, barriers, and shields
• Personal Protective Equipment for our Team Members including gloves & masks
• Additional Staff Training in sanitation and infectious disease control
• Enhanced cleaning and disinfecting of all touch points within our Destination Centres
• Provision of additional disinfecting stations and supplies throughout our facilities
• Removal of all non-essential items from guest rooms and public spaces
• Contactless and Paperless Service Standards wherever possible
• Regular Sanitization of all food service equipment
• Observance of all advisories as set forth by Public Health Authorities & Government Agencies

We continue to prioritize the health and safety of anyone entering our facilities, and ask that all guests adhere to all policies and guidelines, especially as pertains to physical distancing and hand hygiene.

Please maintain a 2m distance between yourself and others not from your household at all times, and refrain from intermingling.

At this time, we are offering adapted service practices intended to minimize the interaction between persons. As always, it is our Mission to provide the Best Service and Best Value to our guests – please reach out to your sales representative, or any member of the Canad Inns family and we will do everything we can to make sure your event works for you!

We are all in this together – and together we will succeed!

By Manitobans, For Manitobans. Proudly part of your community.

RESTORING SAFE SERVICES: PHASE THREE

The following outlines the agreement between Client and Service Provider as pertains to the requirements put forth by the Province of Manitoba and the Government of Canada.

It is all of our duty, and our responsibility to minimize risks to all person; we respectfully request that all guests adhere to the requirements set forth by our government agencies.

Non Negotiables for Employees and Guests

• Every Person MUST complete the Manitoba Shared Health COVID-19 Screening Tool prior to attending one of our facilities; any person who answers “Yes” to any of the questions is asked to refrain from entering our property, and to follow the instructions provided by Manitoba Shared Health.

https://sharedhealthmb.ca/covid19/screening-tool/

• Any person arriving from out of Province MUST adhere to provincial guidelines
• Any person attending our facility MUST adhere to all posted policies and guidelines, including but not limited to, physical distancing guidelines and hygiene protocols.

Meetings, Banquets & Events

• Group sizes are limited to 50 persons indoors, and 100 persons outdoors.
• Large groups can be accommodated, provided the group is subdivided into smaller groups of 50/100 persons or fewer. Each group is required to enter/exit the premises separately, and must agree to refrain from intermingling between groups for the duration of the event.
• Physical Distance of 2m must be maintained between tables, and is recommended between persons when standing. Members of the same household are not required to physically distance in public.
Failure to adhere to Provincial Requirements may result in fines, and/or a reversion to previous phase restrictions

Responsibilities of the Venue

• To clearly communicate requirements to the Organizer, and to effectively answer any questions.
• To ensure room set-up is in accordance with regulations.
• To install signage and provide information advising guests of where/how to enter and exit, locations of Washrooms, or other relevant details.
• To Execute Service in accordance with guidelines and to minimize person to person interactions.

Responsibilities of the Organizer

• To clearly communicate requirements to all invited guests.
• To subdivide large groups into 50/100 person cohorts.
• To assign an “Event Day” liaison for event day communications between Service Provider and Client.

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