Headwaters Outfitting runs two backcountry lodge sites bordering Mount Robson Provincial park in British Columbia. In order to comply with the New Provincial Health Officer Orders and Regional health authority regarding Covid-19, we will be renting the lodges to smaller self-guided self-catered groups.
This page provides guidance for preventing and reducing the transmission of Covid-19 Virus at Dave Henry Lodge and Swift Creek Cabins. Here are the standing WorkSafeBC Updates and the Provincial Health Officer Orders. For up-to-date information on COVID-19, please refer to BC Centre for Disease Control.
All Staff and guests must comply with the following:
- Practice physical distancing with fellow guests and staff.
- Adhere to signage throughout the cabins and out buildings.
- Bring hand sanitizer and approved personal face masks with enough for your entire trip.
- Wear non-medical face masks when appropriate physical distancing is not possible.
- Conduct daily symptoms checks.
Backcountry Lodge Operations
Pre-trip screening and Communication
- Clients will be asked to fill out a pre-screening questionnaire. Documents will be sent to group organizers and will also be available on the Dave Henry Lodge website
- All guests will need to verify they have completed the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment tool or complete a pre-trip declaration before being allowed to travel to the lodge.
- These documents will be available on the Dave Henry Lodge website and will be sent to the trip organizers as well. Anyone experiencing symptoms within 14 days of their trip will not be permitted on the premises.
- Signage and posters are useful as a guide for workers and guests, and such signage will be displayed in multiple prominent locations throughout the Lodges.
Helicopter Transfer Staging Area:
- Guests will be asked to wear a mask and gloves in the staging area
- Groups will move their own gear to and from the loading site.
- All passengers will sit in the back of the helicopter and wear a mask, the front seat will not be used by guests.
- Guests should bring their own hearing protection, there will be no headsets in the helicopter.
- Employees must also wear protective equipment while loading and unloading guests.
- Hand sanitizer will be made available before and after helicopter travel.
- In conditions where it is impossible to maintain physical distancing, passengers will be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment.
- Wash, rinse, and sanitize food contact surfaces, cookware, dishware, utensils, food preparation surfaces.
- Clean and disinfect all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace, such as work stations, countertops, doorknobs and equipment.
- Clean and disinfect all common areas, including door knobs and handles, radios,tables,
chairs and washrooms
- Use rubber gloves while using bleach solutions.