1081 Brevik Place, Mississauga 905-238-9663 
GTA's #1 BASEBALL TRAINING FACILITY

THE BASEBALL ZONE COVID GUIDELINES

Welcome!  Thanks for checking out our facility guidelines prior to your visit.  Things might be a little bit different than you are used to, but we are focused on providing quality baseball training in a safe environment.  

As of January 4th, all eligible vaccinated people MUST PROVIDE a scannable QR code from the vaccine passport to gain entry to the facility.


If you have any questions please give us a call and leave us a message (905)238-9663 or [email protected] 

Please be sure to take the Ontario Governments COVID-19 Self Assessment before any visit to the facility. 

To ensure the safety of staff and visitors, The Baseball Zone, in conjunction with 2 specialists, has adopted the following safety measures (over and above the Ministry of Health Camp Guidelines) and protocols in response to the COVID-19 situation.

EVERYONE ENTERING THE FACILITY MUST:

ALL ELIGIBLE VACCINATED PEOPLE MUST PROVIDE A SCANNABLE QR CODE FROM THE VACCINE PASSPORT

MANDATORY VACCINATION POLICY - EFFECTIVE SEPT 22, 2021

WEAR A MASK

SANITIZE THEIR HANDS

COMPLETE REGISTRATION IN ADVANCE

  • Maximum Player to coach ratio 8:1 – in most cases, it will be less as we have additional staff available in the event of a full capacity camp.

  • We have made the arrival and departure procedures even safer:

  • Curbside drop-off check-in & pick-up checkout

  • If it is raining please call us when you arrive (905) 238-9663 and we will greet your child at the front door so as a parent you do not have to enter the facility unless necessary.

  • All payments for use of the facility will be processed online or via telephone, in advance.  

  • Parents are required to sign all waivers for players under the age of 18.  This will be done via the online registration system (MindbodyOnline).  One waiver per participant will apply for the entire program. 

  • Upon arrival, please wait until 5 minutes before your scheduled time and enter through the front doors, at which time they will proceed to their designated training area and group/cohort of players.

  • On entering the facility, staff and players will sanitize their hands using the sanitation stations provided, following the posted guidelines.

  • Players and coaches will maintain six feet of distance whenever possible.

  • Bathrooms will be available for use during camp and only to players. We have a cleaning protocol for before and after each use that will be conveyed to all athletes.

  • After every use, washrooms must be wiped down (by the user) using disinfectant wipes, paying attention to door handles, faucets, flush handle, and toilet seat. 

  • Wipes are to be discarded in the bin followed by repeat hand sanitization.  The door should be left open and fan on after use to promote airflow. 

  • Staff will be there to monitor this process.

  • There will be no food or beverages available on site.  Players are required to bring all their own water and food.  Water will be available to refill water bottles with the kitchen sink tap.   

  • Players are asked not to share lunch items, baseball equipment, or apparel items.

  • Prior to entering each discreet area of the facility (pitching, batting cages, etc.), users are required to sanitize their hands using the onsite stations.  

  • Coaches must sanitize their hands regularly and after each session either through vigorous hand washing (20 seconds, with careful attention to between the fingers) or using an alcohol-based gel 60% or greater.

  • Coaches must carry hand sanitizer with them for personal use

  • Coaches masks should be a surgical grade (or modified to achieve surgical grade through, for example, insertion of a blue shock paper into a cloth mask).  For maximum effectiveness, coaches are reminded to pinch the metal piece around the nose and avoid touching the central breathing area.

  • Players must wear masks at all times, including while participating in baseball and fitness activities.

  • Players and coaches are reminded not to touch their faces and to wash/sanitize hands as often as possible.  They are required to wash/sanitize hands prior to each session or whenever entering a new area of the facility. 

  • Any common touch areas (e.g. starting button for the batting machine) will be wiped down with disinfectant between each session. 

  • At the end of every day, staff will actively disinfect all common areas paying attention to frequently touched knobs, handles, gear, and equipment.

  • All staff and visitors must alert the facility and stay home if they develop any symptoms consistent with COVID-19.  Staff must quarantine and undergo testing prior to returning to work.

  • Whenever feasible, all doors and windows to the facility will remain open to promote airflow.  Fans will be on and pointed out.

  • Upstairs locker rooms are closed – players will be given a socially distanced designated spot to put their equipment bag and lunch.


Updated: September 15th, 2021

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THE BASEBALL ZONE, 1081 BREVIK PLACE, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, L4W 3R7

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