Visitor and New Recuirtment Reporting
Curl BC Member Facilities are required to report individual and group visits on an annual basis.
Events and activities include, but not limited to:
- Open House Events
- Try Curling, Start Curling, or Discover Curling Events
- Corporate Rental Groups
- Private Rental Groups (birthday party, friends, family gathering)
- School Groups (Elementary/High School/College & University)
- This includes individual class or school visits (example: field trips)
- This does not include leagues or programs being offered for these groups. If you have an elementary school league, these curlers will be included in your affiliation reports.
- New Immigrant Groups
- Underrepresented Groups
- Tourist Groups (organized by a tourist group)
Visitor Report Form:
Member Facilities can submit their visitor group and new recruitment activities here
- This form will collect information for each individual visitor group for your club
- Forms are due May 31st annually
Please contact Kim Dennis at email@example.com or 604-333-3619 if you have any questions.
Personal Accident Insurance Coverage for visitors
Member Facilities may include Personal Accident Insurance to their visitor groups by charging $1 per individual.
- Anyone who participates in curling activities 3 times or less during a curling season.
- Any individual NOT included in your submitted affiliation report.
Procedures for including visitors as part of the Personal Accident Insurance Policy:
- Member Facilities must OPT-IN to this coverage at the START of the curling season
- Member Facilities must maintain a visitor list at their centre including:
- Full name, phone number, and email of the individual being covered by the policy
- It is recommended that each visitor sign a waiver form, prior to participating in on-ice activities.
- Member Facilities must submit their final “visitor” list by April 15th, 2023
- Visitor lists may be submitted throughout the season
- Curl BC will issue a final invoice to all Member Facilities who opt-into this additional coverage in April 2023
Personal Accident Insurance Policy Details
Broadly speaking, the policy is intended to provide coverage for injury that occurs as a result of participation in the sport of curling only. If each facility pursued this type of insurance individually, it is estimated it would cost BC curling centres over $50,000 (over twice as much).
Some key features of the policy include up to $15,000 for Accident Reimbursement Expenses, $5,000 for Dental Costs and $3,000 for Fracture Indemnity.
Send the accident claim to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is important to note that this is not a legal liability policy, which is intended to protect your business from liability arising from negligence that may cause injury to others. This policy is intended to be for the benefit of the individual club member who has suffered an injury as a result of participating in the sport of curling. It does not require there to be any negligence in order to trigger coverage. For information on liability coverage, visit: