Group CH announced on Thursday that the Montreal Canadians, Bell Center, and GBAC Star (Global Biorisk Advisory Council) have received accreditation, which will eventually encourage fans to return to the stands.
Thus, the building in downtown Montreal is the first hockey amphitheater in the country to receive this recognition, emphasizing the sanitation measures put in place since the start of this season. They provide a safe environment for all those who need to work at the Bell Center as part of the National Hockey League (LNH) and American Hockey League (AHL) activities. This year, the Hobbs and their school club, Laval Rocket, played their local matches behind closed doors.
“Since the onset of the epidemic, the company’s priority has been to create a safe and reassuring work environment for our employees and our teams. Our teams have worked tirelessly for months to establish safety and risk management protocols that meet the highest standards of safety and health measures as requested by the authorities. ”
Aimed primarily at large buildings, including stadiums, large amphitheaters and airports, the GBAC Star Accreditation Program is performance-oriented and designed to assist organizations in establishing a complete cleaning, disinfection and prevention system. Infectious diseases to their staff, buildings and visitors.
To achieve this, “it is necessary to establish and maintain an infectious disease cleaning, disinfection and prevention program to reduce the risks associated with infectious agents such as the new coronavirus”. In addition, the presence of trained professionals on readiness and response to infections and infections is essential, but effective cleaning protocols against biohazards and infections must be kept.
Elsewhere in Montreal, Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport has also received this recognition.