In order to receive approval to Return to Play, FLRFC provided Rugby Alberta with several Return to Play documents, as specified below:
All members and participants must familiarize themselves with the documents, available to the right of this text.
World Rugby has created some COVID-19 awareness modules which are provided free of charge to the rugby community. Modules take around 20 minutes to complete.
FLRFC will require all members aged 16 and older, and at least one parent of every member under 18, to take World Rugby's COVID 19 - Return to Play Awareness for Coaches and Players.
This module will educate our members on the requirements being mandated by World Rugby onto your local rugby community.
FLRFC believes that education and critical thinking is in the best interests of all participants. As such, this training is required to be completed by end of day Friday, September 11, 2020.
Once complete, course certifications must be downloaded and sent to FLRFC's COVID coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone has a unique situation. In the modern world amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, what would be considered low risk for one individual would be a medium or high risk for another.
To try and assist everyone in determining their own individual risk profile, the following risk analysis tool has been "borrowed" from the British Medical Association's website (ref. https://www.bma.org.uk/media/2768/bma-covid-19-risk-assessment-tool-july2020.pdf).
FLRFC recommends that all individuals who will be partaking in rugby activities complete a separate risk profile for each family member that they come in contract with. These risk profiles should provide some assistance in determining each individual's risk tolerance prior to deciding to Return to Play.