COVID-19

Update : 30 octobre 2020

COVID-19 health measures applicable to CTRV


The number one priority for the Chief of the Defense Staff and the Canadian Forces is the protection of the force and its ability to deploy nationally and internationally. Priority number 1 for the CTRV will be the same as that of the CDS and the CF.

Priority number 2 of the CTRV will be to keep its credibility vis-à-vis the military authorities by applying the anti-COVID measures that were negotiated with the commander of the Valcartier garrison.

Access to shooting ranges

a. Do not go to the firing ranges or the Valcartier garrison if you have any of the following symptoms:
1) New or worsening cough;
2) shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing;
3) temperature equal to or greater than 38 ° C;
4) feeling of fever;
5) chills;
6) fatigue or weakness;
7) muscle pain or stiffness;
8) loss of smell or taste;
9) headache;
10) gastrointestinal symptoms (abdominal pain, diarrhea,
11) vomiting);
12) intense discomfort.

b. Do not show up to shooting ranges if:
1) If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID where have you been in contact with someone who has shown symptoms of COVID for the past 14 days;
2) if you have traveled outside of Canada in the last 14 days;


c. The security official The security official should ask the following questions of all those who appear on the range and should send home those who answer yes to any of these questions:
1) Do you have symptoms of COVID 19 such as;
a. Fever or a feeling of fever;
b. new or worsening cough;
c. shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing;
d. temperature equal to or greater than 38 ° C;
e. loss of smell or taste;
f. gastrointestinal symptoms (abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting)
 

2) Have you been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID or have you been in contact with anyone who is showing symptoms of COVID for the past 14 days;
3) Have you traveled outside of Canada in the last 14 days;

d. Arrangement of shooting ranges
In order to facilitate distancing and reduce the risk of the virus spreading, it is requested to maintain social distancing. The firing points will be arranged as follows, to delimit each firing point on the firing point:
1) The shooting range will be defined by the posts numbered IE CT ORTONA; or
2) The use of IE CT AUSTÈRE shooting tables; or
3) Physical limits such as barrier or wall; and
4) Official shooting at more than two meters.

e. Hygiene measures The following measures should apply to all personnel using the ranges and in all situations:
1) Frequent hand washing. Hydroalcoholic solutions will be available at the entrance to the shooting range;
2) stay more than two meters from other people, except those who live under the same roof;
3) wear a face cover, MNM, at all times except if you can be more than two meters from others, when setting up shooting ranges and entering the premises of the CTSE (range control);
4) cough / sneeze into the crook of the elbow;
5) cleaning of all surfaces, such as shooting tables, before and after shooting. Disinfectant liquids will be available to disinfect the shooting tables;
6) no loan of equipment or weapons between shooters;
7) Stay aware of the people around you when giving way.

f. Test positive for COVID Each person who will have participated in an activity at the CTRV must notify a person from the CTRV Board of Directors in the event that they test positive for COVID-19. It will be easy to trace those who have been in contact with this person as a range attendance register will be kept and kept on file.


g. Responsibilities:
The Board, security officials and members at all levels are responsible for the application of the above procedures. The ultimate goal is to maintain our privilege of recreational shooting at CTRV in an epidemic setting. Cooperation and vigilance are vital.

h. Failure. Any breach of these mitigation measures must be reported to the Board as soon as possible and could lead to the member's expulsion. For CF members, it could also lead to disciplinary or administrative action.
If you are faced with a recalcitrant the official can call the CTSE at any time to have the individual expelled. Board members will be present on August 8 and 9 to help officials take the right measures.


Good shot everyone,
The CTRV Board of Directors​