WELCOME BACK.

Covid-19 Keeping you safe 
Risk Assesments

Great news...Training will now start but in order to do so there are some safety guidelines that need to be agreed in order to keep everyone safe within the club during the  Covid -19 pandemic.

These guidelines have been set from the F.A and we have added our oun guidelines as a club also.

Every individual is important to us at the club which ever role you take part in so safety comes first!

Its important that you abide by the guidelines in order to keep the potential spread of covid 19.

Its important to add that the guidelines change from time to time and we will do our best to update you.

Step 1

In order for the training to start each Coach, player has to fill in a Risk Assesment Questionnaire. The reason for this is deduce if there are any players,staff that may be showing signs of Covid -19.

This will be given out at your first training session.

You will also see a section at the end of each form that players need to have there oun email address as this is now a new requirement from the F.A.

If your child does not have one then please generate one for them.


The questionnaire is,

Covid-19 – Players Risk Assessment Questionnaire


Welcome back, you have been greatly missed!

We hope you have coped well during the lockdown.

Our biggest aim now is to ensure the safety of all our staff, players & visitors. As you know, we have provided everyone with adequate Personal Protective Equipment that you must use at all times.

Please read the information and answer each question below:


  1. Have you suffered from any Coronavirus symptoms (cough, high temperature etc) within the last 14 days?



  1. You will be required to have your temperature taken and recorded each training session once you arrive*. Are you happy for us to do this?



  1. Have you been in contact with anyone who has had Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days**?



  1. We have supplied an adequate amount of PPE for players to use whilst they are training. Please tick the box if you agree.



  1. Do you suffer with any underlying health conditions that we should be aware of?



If so, please tell us what they are: ­­­­­­­­­__________________________________

___________________________________

*If you have a high temperature, we would ask you to sit for 20 minutes and then we would be required to retest you.

**If you have been in contact with someone with Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, you would be required to self-isolate for 14 days. Please let your coach know straight away if at any point you do come into contact someone who has had Covid-19 symptoms.


If you have any concerns or questions regarding the Covid-19 measures that we have put into place, please contact your Coach.



Player’s Signature _________________ Parent’s Signature ­­­­­­­­_______________

Date ________________


P.S. The FA have requested that ALL players must have their own email addresses.

Player’s Email___________________________________________________

Step 2

The Covid-19 Risk Assessment


COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways.

It is caused by a virus called Coronavirus. Symptoms can be mild, moderate, severe, or fatal.

The risk assessment controls/measures below have been put in place to evaluate the risk to staff, players & visitors in respect of the Coronavirus and to eliminate/reduce the potential for infected persons taking part in the training sessions, contamination of equipment, and to maintain social distancing practices.

All players & parents should be made aware of the COVID-19 Risk Assessment

Name of Football Team

D&S Football Club

Name of Assessor/Welfare

Stelios Michael

Dennis Ireland

Becky wright

Date of Assessment

4th of July 2020

Position of Assessor

Chairman

Welfare Officer/Head Coach

Welfare Officer

Before Re-starting Training Sessions


What is the Risk?


Who is at Risk?


How great is the Risk (1 low, 5 high)

3

What action do you need to take?


Risk of transmitting Covid-19

All staff, players & parents/guardians

  • Ensure all correct Personal Protective Equipment is in place for all staff, visitors & players to use whilst at the training sessions.

  • Comply with government guidelines by providing social distancing measures where possible throughout the pitch (cones separated by 2 metres (clearly labelled), all children in their bubbles to be at least 2 metres apart were possible).

  • Training will now take place at Harrow Lane as there are no toilet facilities.

  • Coaches will be provided with adequate PPE and antibacterial products in order to clean any equipment before the training session begins and once each session is completed.

  • No small matches to take place – it is purely for training and fitness purposes and will be a no-contact sport.

  • During the Training Session

  • What is the Risk

  • Who is at Risk

  • How great is the Risk (1 low, 5 high)

  • 3

  • What action do you need to take

  • Staff contracting Covid-19 from players/visitors

  • All staff

  • All members of staff,coaches,players MUST follow government guidance to restrict the infection (washing hands frequently were possible or use hand sanitizer with a minimum alcohol level of 75%, disinfecting equipment thoroughly after each use, wear correct PPE etc).

  • Allow only 5 children to 1 coach and keep the same social bubbles every week during the training sessions.

  • Players are to be asked before the start of each training session if they have had any of the Covid-19 symptoms.

  • Training will be taken place at Harrow Lane which has no available toilets for players, visitors or staff to use.

  • Refreshments will not be offered to players/parents/guardians.

  • Thorough cleaning of all equipment before, during and after training sessions.

  • Staff,Coaches are required to wear masks and gloves during training sessions.

  • All Staff,Coaches,players are to have their temperature checked with the thermostat gun before the training sessions, and their temperatures are to be recorded in a book.

  • Players are to bring their own refreshments and are not allowed to share drinks with anyone that isn’t from the same household.

  • No bibs allowed.

  • All parents, wherever possible, must abide by the government’s guidelines by keeping the 2 metre distance rule, and when they can’t do this they must keep at least 1 metre.

  • Players & Visitors contracting Covid-19 from a member of staff

  • All players & Visitors

  • 3

  • Minimise amount of members of staff who are in contact with each player.

  • Covid-19 symptoms questions to be asked as initial part of consultation.

  • No refreshments to be offered to players and parents/guardians

  • Frequent and thorough cleaning of all training equipment to take place before, during and after training sessions.

  • Staff are to wear masks and gloves during training sessions.

  • All staff are to have their temperature checked with the thermostat gun before the training sessions, and their temperatures are to be recorded in a book.

  • Players are to bring their own refreshments and are not allowed to share drinks with anyone that isn’t from the same household.

  • No bibs allowed.

  • All parents, wherever possible, must abide by the government’s guidelines by keeping the 2 metre distance rule, and when they can’t do this they must keep at least 1 metre.

  • There will be no small matches – it is purely for training and fitness purposes and will be a no-contact sport.

  • All parents for each child need to remain during the whole training session and are not allowed to leave. The reason for this is for health and safety for your child, if they have an accident, you will be required to approach your child to carry out first aid.

  • Parents are not allowed to transport any other children from another household to and from training sessions.

  • We will always try and keep it as the same group of children and coach in order to keep the bubble the same and limit the amount of social contact with other people.

  • Each child that comes to the training sessions will be required to have their temperature taken with the thermostat gun and will be recorded in the book. If their temperature is high and they are showing symptoms of COVID-19 then they will need to self-isolate for 14 days. After the 14 day period, they need to call and speak directly to their coach. The coach will then communicate with the welfare officer and a decision will be made to as and when they can return to their bubble.

  • Staff passing Covid-19 to each other

  • All staff

  • 4

  • Social distancing to be continually enforced.

  • Frequent sanitation of equipment.

  • Wash hands thoroughly and frequently.

  • All staff to wear specified PPE.

  • Staff checked for Covid-19 symptoms at the start of each training session – temperature to be taken and recorded.

  • Any waste that could be contaminated (PPE) disposed of in the designated PPE bin and emptied each day.

  • There will be no small matches – it is purely for training and fitness purposes and will be a no-contact sport.

  • All parents for each child need to remain during the whole training session and are not allowed to leave. The reason for this is for health and safety for your child, if they have an accident, you will be required to approach your child to carry out first aid. First aid kit will be provided.

  • Parents are not allowed to transport any other children from another household to and from training sessions.

  • We will always try and keep it as the same group of children and coach in order to keep the bubble the same and limit the amount of social contact with other people.

  • Each child that comes to the training sessions will be required to have their temperature taken with the thermostat gun and will be recorded in the book. If their temperature is high and they are showing symptoms of COVID-19 then they will need to self-isolate for 14 days. After the 14 day period, they need to call and speak directly to their coach. The coach will the communicate with the welfare officer and a decision will be made to as and when they can return to their bubble.

  • Visitors passing Covid-19 to each other

  • All Visitors

  • 2

  • All parents/guardians must keep a 2 metre distance between each other at all times.

  • Step 3

  • Any further procedures that need to be added in order to reduce the risk of transmitting Covid 19.

  • Questions asked by parents,players and staff that need answering to reduce the risk of transmitting Covid 19.

 



Dennis Ireland (Coach) :07508 776796

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