The Greater Kitchener Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce have recently launched their workplace self-screening program to support businesses through the pandemic.
The Kitchener Rangers will participate in this program through rapid screening of all staff and players when the Rangers office re-opens.
“As an organization, we strive to be leaders within the Waterloo Region. The free program has been introduced to keep people safe and stop the spread of COVID-19. We are all in this together and the safety of our staff, players & guests are a priority to our organization. We encourage all Rangers partners to participate in Chamber Check,” said Rangers Chief Operating Officer, Joe Birch.
Should a local business wish to participate in Chamber Check please visit: www.chambercheck.ca
Ian McLean, President & CEO, Waterloo Chamber of Commerce stated, “We are pleased to see the Rangers participate in Chamber Check as they continue to provide leadership with the community and throughout the OHL. This program provides two great tools to keep people safe and manage the spread.”
“The sooner we can stop the spread, the sooner we can get back to the Aud and enjoy a Rangers game,” Birch added.
“The Kitchener Rangers have always been an institution committed to leadership, they know how important it is to keep their people safe”, said Greg Durocher, President/CEO of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce, “we are so pleased to hear they are eager to participate, as eager as we are to see the Rangers back on the ice. Take it from this organization of leaders, do what you can to keep your workplace safe”.