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Before any BWMBA players step in the gym, they: 

  • Should satisfy themselves that the indoor facility is operating in compliance with all applicable laws (which laws may differ depending on where the facility is located): BWMBA will not review such compliance and takes no responsibility for it.) 
  • Are required to review BWMBA’s “Waiver of Liability for All Claims and Release of Liability - Player Participation” form thoroughly and complete it.     If you do not complete the form you will not be able to play. 
  • Facilities are operating under provincial laws and guidelines for essential businesses and are expected to follow those laws and protocols at all times. When you arrive you will be asked to give a Daily Attestation of Health. 


ASSUMPTION OF RISK

Without a cure for COVID-19 there will always be a risk of contracting the virus when participating in any public activity. BWMBA does not carry insurance that covers pandemic diseases or contagions including COVID-19. Participating players are required to review BWMBA’s “Waiver of Liability for All Claims and Release of Liability - Player Participation” form thoroughly and complete it.


Participation in BWMBA sanctioned activities will still be covered under the regular insurance policy in accordance with all of its terms and conditions – but that insurance does not cover pandemic diseases or contagions including COVID-19.


With the transition to Phase 3, all BWMBA-registered players may now participate at indoor facilities** while adhering to all enhanced safety measures.


(**All players should satisfy themselves that the indoor facility is operating in compliance with all applicable laws (which laws may differ depending on where the facility is located): BWMBA will not review such compliance and takes no responsibility for it.)


ON-SITE MEASURES FOR PARTICIPANT SAFETY​​

First and foremost, please remember that all the current restrictions and those that will come into effect as we reach next stages, are imposed by the Ontario Government and medical health authorities. These, and the Return to Play protocols in development by Canada Basketball, BWMBA and other leagues around the GTA are designed to facilitate the ongoing and continued safety of our members and all Ontarians.


The information below outlines working timelines, guidelines, measures and precautions that support a phased Return to Play plan. We encourage all participating players to read and share these guidelines. The BWMBA will continue to update these guidelines as restrictions are lifted. Brampton West Men's Basketball Association would like to thank its players/members and the basketball community across the province for your patience and support during these times - THANK YOU!

If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 please use the Self-Assessment Tool from Health Canada, call your local health authority (1-866-797-0000), or call 911 if you require immediate medical attention


​DAILY ATTESTATION OF HEALTH



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