Regina Sexual Assault Centre (RASC) is offering free body rub establishment (BRE) education sessions in compliance with the city of Regina's new bylaws.
Effective January 1, 2021, the bylaws require all BRE, as well as any workers or individuals affiliated with a BRE, to be licensed.
To Register for a BRE Education Session, contact our education session co-ordinator, Pamela Reimer at 306-522-2777, email@example.com or see link to registration below.
Education sessions must be taken annually. Sessions will be updated to include new and additional information each year.
To learn more about the city of Regina's new bylaws and licensing requirements, click the button below to visit their website.
The City of Regina has new zoning and licensing rules for Body Rub Establishments. Here’s what owners, operators and workers need to know
里贾纳市(City of Regina )针对 身体按摩场所颁布了新的分区和许 可规定。 这里提供了场所所有者、经营者和 从业者需要了解的信息。
Connect with RSAC's education coordinator to register for a BRE education session
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Stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms
Decline clients who have cold symptoms or have been around anyone with symptoms or a confirmed diagnosis of Covid-19
Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer between each client, handling money, or changing locations within the establishment
Require clients to wash and/or sanitize hands before services
Practice proper cough/sneeze etiquette (have tissues available to clients)
Avoid kissing, saliva exchange, and mouth to skin contact
Avoid direct contact with bodily fluids by using condoms, dental dams, and gloves
Wear a mask when possible
Clean and disinfect all surfaces before and after each client
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Confidential, multilingual service, operating 24/7 to connect victims and survivors with social services, law enforcement, and emergency services, as well as receive tips from the public
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If you are uncertain whether you have experienced sexual violence you can still receive a referral for free legal advice. A lawyer can help you understand how your situation fits into the justice system and help you make an informed decision about your options and next steps
If you have any questions or concerns about your work in a BRE establishment reach out to our BRE program coordinator Pamela. All services are free and 100% confidential
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