COVID - 19 Safety measures



My City Photos has updated the following COVID-19 Safety Plan to include updated safe operating protocols when providing indoor recreation activities.


The Safety Plan is based on the guidelines and recommendations from the Provincial Health Office, Fraser Health Authority, WorkSafe BC, and the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association.

The My City Photos Safety Plan is designed to provide the guidelines and procedures for a safe reopening and on-ongoing operation of our facility and programs during the current pandemic. The plan will be updated as needed, based upon the latest information, notices, and orders from the Provincial Health Office, Fraser Health Authority, and WorkSafe BC.


This Safety Plan centers around the 5 key principles in the Province of British Columbia’s Restart Plan:


*Personal hygiene

*Stay home if sick

*Environmental hygiene

*Safe social interactions

*Physical modifications

These 5 key principles have been expanded and modified to fit the specific requirements for our organization.

Personal Hygiene

*Proper handwashing remains the most important strategy to stay healthy.
*Wash hands with soap and warm water often - for at least 20 seconds.
*Use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
*Hand sanitizer will be available at each building entrance, as well as, throughout the building.
*LL will greet you and your child at the entrance and will screen participants for
COVID-19 symptoms and explain the program safety & social distancing measure in place.

*LL will make sure that all participants use hand sanitizer or wash their hands with soap & water upon arrival.
*LL will always wash her hands and use sanitizer throughout the day, after touching any items in the room that others may touch. 


*Cover mouth and nose with a tissue or arm/elbow when coughing or sneezing. Immediately
discard the tissue in the garbage.
*LL will discourage touching faces, especially eyes, mouth and nose, and mask.
*There will be no communal meals/snacks – food must NOT be shared.
*Limit entry to the washroom of one person at a time.
*Open doors and windows to keep air circulating whenever possible.
*When entering the studio LL, adults & children 12 years of age and older are
required to wear a face covering.


Stay Home if Sick
No participant, family member, or the general public, will be permitted inside the studio or attend an outside program if:

*If they have any symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19, including coughing or sneezing,
runny nose, shortness of breath, or fever
*If they have traveled outside of BC in the last 14 days
*Have come in close contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19

*Participants & family members must do a self-assessment prior to entering our building. *Upon entering each person signs in confirming that they have no COVID-19 symptoms, have not been in contact with a person with a confirmed case of COVID-19 or have not traveled outside the country within the last 14 days. This sign-in form doubles as a Covid Tracking sheet where visitors leave their contact information for contact tracing purposes.

First Aid

*LL will follow WorkSafe BC’s Occupational First Aid Attendants (OFFA) protocols established
for the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure everyone’s safety.


Environmental Hygiene

Cleaning & disinfecting the studio will consist of the following:

*Daily deep cleaning and sanitization of the studio at the end of each day.
*Day cleaning and disinfecting of common touchpoints throughout the studio.
*Shared equipment and toys are cleaned after each use.
*Touched equipment is placed in a separate container for sanitizing.


Cleaning & Disinfection 

*Social distancing measures and cleaning protocols are interwoven into every activity planned.
*LL & participants disinfect their hands at the beginning of the program & between each


Safe Social Interactions


The studio

*Displayed occupancy limits have been established for passive and physically active programing.

*The floor of the floors upstairs and downstairs have been marked, indicating to participants where they can stand and move.
*The maximum occupancy for MCP's programs are 8 participants, with only
2 people sitting at any 6ft table. Each table is 2 meters apart. or chairs or cozy pilllows on the ground. 
*When entering the studio, all adults & children 12 years of age and older are
required to wear a face covering. Face coverings stay on if the program is for adults and/or
children who are 12 years of age and older.

Safe Plan Monitoring & Evaluation

Here My City Photos, my goal is to keep moving forward while recognizing cautions, as they evolve. Monitoring and evaluating may include:


*Change course as the Provincial Health Office orders and directives are announced.
*Identify what is working well – seek feedback from patrons.
*Keep informed through recognized partnering agencies as they evaluate and adjust their
*Monitor incidences and solicit support from the local health authorities.
*Keep informed through trusted sources such as Provincial Health Officer, Fraser Health
Authority, WorkSafe BC, and British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association.


If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch with LL! 


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