Covid 19 - Alert Level 2 Delta7 Sep 2021
Please see below information regarding the covid 19 Alert Level 2 Guidelines.
Please pass onto to your club database asap.
If you wish to open your squash facilities from 8th September you must have the ability to:
§ Ensure you have the COVID-19 Tracker QR code visible and have one alternative form of record keeping for people who do not use a covid tracer app
§ Ensure that you can enforce no more than 50 people in your defined space at one time.
§ Ensure people can stay 2m apart within the facility, this may mean restricting numbers depending on the size of your club.
§ Ensure that no high-risk people enter the facility
§ If your club shares spaces with other members, clubs or activities you must have separate record keeping in these areas, e.g. separate contact tracing in the changing rooms. See the following site. Keep track of where you have been: https://covid19.govt.nz/
§ Ensure your facility has extensive signage and information regarding precautions for managing Covid 19. https://covid19.govt.nz/posters/
§ Ensure your facility has an up-to-date cleaning schedule & soap and hand sanitiser is available and is consistently refilled.
§ Ensure the facility staff and/or volunteers are properly briefed on all information regarding precautions for managing COVID-19.
§ Ensure you can follow single and seated service.
- We recommend everyone to wear a mask when inside the facility, we are awaiting confirmation in regards to if this is limited to customer-facing staff or everyone. Masks can be removed when eating or drinking.
- In regards to playing we think it is right that you don’t need to wear a mask while playing but are awaiting confirmation of this.
- All events & competitions should be risk assessed and reviewed to determine if they will proceed based on Government guidelines.
- All Performance Squad/Programme Training should be risk assessed and reviewed to determine if they will proceed based on Government guidelines.
For detailed information please refer to the Government and Sport NZ sites