UPDATED - March 31st, 2021
You are important! Below is our reviewed safety plan...
Our Six Point Plan to keep you safe
We are continuing to monitor and follow the advice from the BC Health Authority and have adapted our
Six Point Safety Plan to keep you safe and healthy while playing at Play Abby.
Your health and safety is at the centre of all we do.
All parties are postponed until May 1st and Lazer Tag is closed.
Guests are reminded to share a table with people in their "core bubble" only (max 6 per table).
Along with a lowered capacity, here is our Six Point Safety Plan...
Temperature checks are conducted at point of entry and additional soap is present in all washrooms along with reminders to wash hands often.
Face coverings are required by team members at all times. Visiting guests ages 12 and up must wear a face covering when not seated at their table. Guests between the ages of 2 and 11 are encouraged to wear a face covering.
Gloves are required for team members that are physically assisting guests.
Although our cleaning protocols have always been important, we have increased the amount of routine cleaning, with a focus on sanitizing high-touch surfaces in all areas. We close for an hour in the middle of the day to perform an additional deep sanitization of the playgrounds and common areas.
Implementing a 2-metre physical distancing policy is tough in our industry. We have floor signage at our entrances and seating areas are placed 2-metres apart. We ask our guests to understand the complexity of this policy and to assist us where possible. Capacity limits have been placed within all washrooms.
Protocols are in place including screening questions at point of entry and our team are educated on all aspects of the plan in order to keep our guests healthy. We ask guests to stay at home if they have signs of any illness or have knowingly been around a sick person. If anyone, staff or guest, shows signs of sickness they will be asked to leave immediately and we will promptly close our centre.
Additional hand sanitization stations have been installed in guest areas.