- If you have any COVID-19 symptoms stay home.
- If you have had close contact with someone with COVID-19 in the last 14 days, stay home.
- Always respect and follow the guidelines, recommendations and regulations from your local, provincial and federal health authorities and governments. Practice Physical and Social distancing.
- For event organizers please visit the Return to Sport website
INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS BEFORE
ATTENDING IN A MODIFIED TRADITIONAL ORIENTEERING EVENT
DURING COVID 19 - STAGE TWO RELAUNCH
ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST complete these steps below:
The organizers may provide you with one, but please try your best to print this form and bring it with you.
Why is this important?
Living with wildlife
Visit the WILDSMART Website to learn about how to reduce negative human - wildlife interactions.
When orienteering in bear country, the best strategy to avoid an encounter with a bear is to make a great deal of noise (talk loudly, sing!), stay in a group (eg. when training) and be alert for signs of bear activity (look for scat). In the rare case of an aggressive confrontation, bear spray is your best defense. Please see the link below:
HOW TO USE A BEAR SPRAY-broshure
Carry bear spray and know how to use it!
AOA is comitted to provideing a Safe Sport enviroment for everyone.