Current Policy | Last Updated December 1, 2021
We at Jack Hirose and Associates are excited and grateful to welcome you back to our upcoming live, in-person events. The health and safety of our participants is our primary concern and adhering to the public health guidelines is key to our re-opening plan. We will be in compliance with all provincial health orders as well as our own guidelines to create a learning environment that is safe, kind and respectful.
Key Safety Features:
- Individuals must be fully vaccinated to attend and are required to provide proof of vaccination on the day of the event ie. provincial vaccine and/or immunization card. In all cases photo ID is required to be validated against the valid proof of immunization provided
- All our guest presenters, workshop co-ordinators and Jack Hirose Associates employees who are present and working at our live, in-person events will be fully vaccinated
- All team members employed with the Royal Hotel West Edmonton, Executive Hotel Vancouver Airport and the Caboto Centre in Winnipeg are fully vaccinated and will follow the work environments and protocol as advised by CDC.
- Mask wearing in indoor settings and during the actual training session is currently mandatory
- There will be an on-site event co-ordinator to ensure safety of our attendees
- Participants stay in the seat to which they are assigned, and do not move from seat to seat throughout the day
- Hand washing facilities or alcohol-based sanitizers and masks will be readily available
- High touch surfaces will be frequently cleaned and sanitized
- Food/beverages: beverages and snacks served by venue staff
By purchasing a seat to one of live, in-person trainings, you agree to comply with all Federal, Provincial and Local Laws, ordinance, regulations, and the rules of the event organizer when attending the trainings – no exceptions will be granted. Guidelines are subject to change based on the Federal, Provincial, and Local governments and our guidelines are subject to change alongside.
Please do not attend if you feel unwell, have symptoms of COVID 19 or have been in contact with someone who has been ill.
Proof of Vaccination Status:
British Columbia: If you are a BC resident and lost your vaccination card, you can obtain it online through https://www.healthgateway.gov.bc.ca/.
Manitoba: You may also visit https://manitoba.ca/covid19/vaccine/immunization-record.html for more information on vaccination records.
Saskatchewan: You can obtain your immunization records from the public health office in the area where you received your immunizations. If you received your immunizations in a First Nations community, your immunization records may be at the clinic you attended. To locate a copy of your immunization record, public health staff will need information including your date of birth, health card number, previous address, and school(s) attended.
Alberta: If you have been immunized in Alberta through an AHS clinic, pharmacy, or physician office, you DO NOT need to upload any immunization records. All immunizations administered in Alberta will be automatically updated to your MyHealth Records account within a 2-3 weeks of the doses being given.