Camps should use the ranking system below to determine their level of achievement for each criterion in the 3 categories.
0 = Behaviour does not exist
1 = Camp is beginning to practice this behaviour or taking action to meet this criteria.
2= Camp is practicing this behaviour at least 80% of the time
3 = Camp completely practices this behaviour 100% of the time.
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Sun Safety Training is a job requirement for all camp staff
Camp staff apply and reapply broad spectrum sunscreen of at least SPF 30 or higher
Camp staff avoid sun between 11 a.m – 3 p.m
Camp staff seek shade when possible
Camp staff cover up with a broad brimmed hat and protective clothing when possible; wearing UV protective sunglasses
Camp uniforms or camp wear (if used) meet sun safe standards, e.g. includes both short and long sleeve tops, shorts and track/sweat pants all made with tightly woven fabric; hats ideally with wide brimmed hats, glasses, long sleeves.
Camp activities are scheduled to occure in the shade during the hours of 11 a.m and 3 p.m , when possible
Routines to monitor, remind, and reinforce sun safe behaviours are incorporated throughout each day and staff and campers are educated on these routines.
The camp has a policy for sun safety
the camp audits its sun safety practices and set targets for the year ahead.
Camp leadership provides training for all camp staff on sun safety practices and how to model sun safety behaviours and encouraging campers to do so.
Camp leadership ensures all camp staff completes sun safety training
Camp staff are required to raise awareness and educate campers on sun safe behaviours.
Camp leadership communicates to parents and campers their responsibly in ensuring campers are prepared to participate at camp in a safe manner, including bringing appropriate clothing, hats, sunglasses, and broad spectrum sunscreen SPF 30 or higher.
Camp leadership communicates its sun safety policy to parents.
The camp communicates its sun safety targets to camp staff, ensuring that camp staff understands tier role in meeting those targets.
The camp has shade spaces available for leisure and structured activities.
Seating and play/activity equipment are placed under adequate shade, where appropriate.
Activities are organized to be completed under shade structures, where appropriate.
Outdoor activities occur in the shade between 11 a.m and 3 p.m, when appropriate.
Campers are reminded and encouraged to wear hats while in the sun, when appropriate.
Campers are reminded and encouraged to wear UV protective sunglasses.
Campers are reminded to apply broad spectrum sunscreen SPF 30 or higher before they go in the sun, throughout the day, and after swimming.
Campers are reminded to seek shade when they have leisure time during 11 a.m to 3 p.m.
Campers are advised of camp’s policy regarding sun safety.