Covid-19 Risk Assessment

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The clubhouse will be used sparingly for toilets will be open and cleaned Ferring Football Club Logoregularly, drinks and snacks to be served at the bar adhering to social distancing rules of 1 metre plus. All visitors and club members must adhere to club rules regarding this and use the one way system currently built into the clubhouse using the markers as guides and must sign in into the visitors book for track and trace purposes.

All Teams are to carry out a track and trace list and a tick box question of whether the player is suffering from Covid-19 symptoms, this will be sent to them prior to the match day and the names and contact details can be pre filled out for speed but the symptoms part must be completed as the players arrive to allow accuracy of symptoms. These forms will be kept for up to and including 21 days after the event for track and trace purposes only and the club will comply with the Data Protection Act

Before friendlies as a minimum can start, the clubs should be affiliated to the local FA, without this games can not go ahead. All youth players must be registered with their clubs and mens teams are to play at their own risk if they are not registered and will not be able to claim against the club insurance.

Ferring Car park is to be used by Ferring officials only and car parking must happen either on Greystoke road or Rife way and social distancing must be carried out and crowd gathering should be avoided. All players must travel separately as is reasonably practicable, if there is car sharing to happen all people within that car must wear face coverings and the car must be cleaned before the next journey.

A copy of these RAMs must be provided to the visiting team prior to match days.
All teams must check the validity of their insurance to ensure cover is appropriate for all of their teams players.

All teams will be presented with a do’ and don’t list to be used as a guidance for match days and match day briefing must be presented.
All players must arrive kitted up if possible as changing rooms and showers will be out of use during matches.

All away teams are to provide their own hand sanitization for their players.
Match balls, goals and any equipment must be cleaned prior, at halftime and after the game.

Warm ups should be socially distanced as well as team talks (Setting out of cones for players as a guide).

On hot days especially, sun cream or water bottles should not be shared and players must bring their own provisions.

Other Venues Used For Home Games

This area will cover venues such as Highdown or Fernhurst which can be used when there is no space to carry out matches at the Glebelands.
Track and trace forms must be provided and a copy of these RAMs must be sent to the visiting team.

Visiting teams must receive localised and relevant parking information by the home team manager prior to match day. No changing rooms will be used, except for the use of toilets but these must be cleaned regularly.
All teams must check the validity of their insurance to ensure cover is appropriate for all of their teams players.

All teams will be presented with a do’s and don’t list to be used as a guidance for match days and match day briefing must be presented.

All players must arrive kitted up if possible as changing rooms and showers will be out of use during matches.

All away teams are to provide their own hand sanitization for their players.
Match balls, goals and any equipment must be cleaned prior, at halftime and after the game.
Warm ups should be socially distanced as well as team talks (Setting out of cones for players as a guide).

On hot days especially, sun cream or water bottles should not be shared and players must bring their own provisions.

Pick up- The end of matches must be completed promptly and review with the players can not take place unless they can be 2 metres apart due to the risk of gathering together. The pickup must be prompt to avoid large mass gatherings and players must have left the area no later than 15 minutes after the match has finished. All players must wash or sanitize their hands after matches.

All coaches must read and review both the RAMs and the covid mitigation document or a relevant form of mitigation to include a parent happy for their child to play, along with completing the prevent covid course by virtual college (this takes about 10 minutes)

A register must be taken prior to their session starting either by Spond if the coach uses the app or by writing this down and keeping a record for at least 21 days to aid the track and trace of Covid-19

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