Small Arms Inspection Building: Reopening Information
September 1, 2020 - January 28, 2021Free
We’re excited to welcome you back to the Small Arms Inspection Building and are taking steps to safely reopen with support from Peel Public Health and guidance from the Province of Ontario. The health and safety of our employees and guests are our number one priority and we are taking all necessary precautions to maintain a safe environment.
The Small Arms Inspection Building public hours are Wednesday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
We are able to accommodate up to 50 people in the space at one time. If you have questions about public hours please call us at 905-615-4860 x2110.
What safety measures will be in place once I return to the Small Arms Inspection Building?
- Guests will be asked pre-screening questions prior to entering the facility.
- If you are sick or answer “yes” to any of the screening questions, we ask you to please stay home.
- Plexi-glass barriers have been installed at front receptions desks for increased protection.
- Signage will be present throughout the facility to educate and improve awareness about the spread of COVID-19.
- Physical distancing markers have been placed throughout the historic houses to ensure staff and guests are maintaining appropriate distancing of 2-metres (6-feet).
- The Small Arms Inspection Building will deliver a clean and sanitized space and regularly apply a disinfectant to high-touch surfaces in common areas such as washrooms and door handles; enhanced health and safety practice information is available upon request.
Are masks required at the Small Arms Inspection Building?
- All persons entering the Small Arms Inspection Building and remaining on the premises must wear a face covering that securely covers the nose, mouth and chin as required under the City of Mississauga by-law no. 0169-2020. Any changes to this by-law will be communicated to you on our website and social media channels. Please check back often.
- Exceptions include children two and under, those who have trouble breathing or are otherwise unable to wear a face covering for medical reasons or for reasons of disability, including persons who are unable to remove masks without assistance. Proof of a medical condition or disability is not required.
- Examples of a face covering include a mask, bandana, neck warmer or scarf.
How are capacity restrictions affecting Small Arms Inspection Building access?
- The Small Arms Inspection Building has reduced public hours of operation for the time being; Wednesday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Occupancies have been created based on guidance by provincial orders and local health authorities.
- Currently, we are able to accommodate up to 50 people in the space at one time.