Hamilton Harriers' Covid 19 Guidelines

 

As a result of the phase 3 exit out of lockdown Hamilton Harriers are returning to training, but we are following Scottish Government and Scottish Athletics Guidelines. 

 

Based on version 3 of the exit out of lockdown guidelines issued by Scottish Athletics (Updated on 10/09/2020), please make yourself familiar with these guidelines before attending training. These will be updated at the situation changes, please keep checking this page for latest information and particularly before attending training. 

 

If you are not feeling well do not attend training.

 

Contact Details

 

It is a mandatory requirement that sport facility operators/Clubs collect the name, contact number, date of visit, time of arrival, and where possible the departure time of all those attending facilities or activities. Sports facility operators should store information for 21 days and share it when requested to do so by public health officers.

 

Guidelines

 
  • Scottish Athletics recommend a maximum group size "bubble" of 8 athletes.

 

  • Athletes must stay within their designated "bubble" for the duration of the session. "Bubbles" will also be maintained for future sessions i.e. training during the week and long runs at the weekend. Athletes should maintain a 2m distance between each other in training (5m if in single file). 
  • Normal physical distancing guidelines apply before and after the activity takes place (see Scottish Government guidance). This group size is recommended to ensure that physical distancing can be maintained prior to, and following, the coaching session.

 

  • Coaches and other adults assisting must continue to physically distance as per Scottish Government guidance.

 

  • A coach will be assigned to each "bubble".
  • Each coach will maintain a register for each training session.

 

  • Hand sanitisers will be available at training if required.

NOTE: There is the possibility if a member of your bubble has been told to self isolate, as a result of NHS test and trace, you may also have to self isolate. There is no pressure on any member to return to training and doing so is entirely a personal choice. 

Further Information:

 

 

Scottish Government guidelines

 

Scottish Athletics General Guidance for Athletes – Updated 10th September

 

Scottish Athletics General Guidance for Clubs – Updated 10th September

 

Scottish Athletics General Guidance for Coaches – Updated 10th September

 

Risk assessment

 

A risk assessment (on training) has been produced by Hamilton Harriers and is available at the training venue and below -

 

 

 

Hamilton Harriers Training Risk Assessment
HH risk assessment.pdf
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