CREWKERNE RUNNING CLUB
COVID-19 RISK ASSESSMENT AND CLUB RUN RULES
To be read in conjunction with England Athletics Return to Club Activity document –
It is very important to ask yourself before leaving home: -
Have you been in contact with someone who has Covid-19 in the last 14 days?
Have you been overseas or exposed to someone with Covid-19 in the last 14 days?
Do you have Covid-19 symptoms or are you feeling unwell?
Have you been told to self-isolate as part of any contact tracing measures in place?
If you answer yes to any of the above please stay at home and do not attend the session.
If anyone becomes unwell with Covid-19 symptoms after training please first call your GP/NHS 111 and also inform one of the club run leaders or committee members
Nominated Run Leaders:
Sarah Warren - 07773208768
Derek Boles - 07929559652
Andy Dickinson - 07702708166
Darren Frost - 07714152954
Steve Cousins - 07843015031
Clive Harwood - 07881107495
Sarah Mcdermott - 07889285199
The run leaders will liase with the COVID-19 Committee to ensure all guidance is being adhered to.
General criteria / Risk Assessments
Before the departure of each running group we will complete a register of those taking part. This will be done as a booking system on facebook as a first come first served basis.
Once a group is up to a maximum of 6 runners (including a run leader) you may not be able to run. This is to assist in track and trace procedures in the event of a runner contracting Covid-19.
If you are unable to get on to your preferred group and another group has space you may book in to their event.
Please be considerate to other runners by not picking a group which is slower than your ability as this might result in someone who is slower than you not being able to run or might have to run in a faster group than they are comfortable with. There may be some juggling of positions by those in charge of booking before the deadline of 5pm on the day of the run.
All groups are allocated an area of the Henhayes Carpark to meet to avoid breaking social distancing regulations.
Group A – Meet Outside the front door of the George Reynolds Centre
Group B – Meet outside the main gate to the Henhayes Field
Group C – Meet outside the Henhayes Centre (Opposite the George Reynolds Centre)
Runners are not to greet each other physically and must maintain social distancing regulations at all times.
Runners are encouraged not to sit down and should not use communal benches, seats, etc.
Runners are encouraged to wash their hands immediately before and after the run and use hand sanitising gel if available.
Drinks should not be shared or handled by any individuals other than the owner.
Remind runners to maintain social distancing during all aspects of the run especially at pinch points along a route.
Remind runners to not touch any equipment or clothing that is not their own.
Remind runners not to touch anything with their hands / bare skin wherever possible i.e. gates, stiles, walls etc.
All runners are encouraged to communicate with each other with specific reference to maintaining social distancing with members of the public.
Runners are encouraged to keep ICE (In Case of Emergency) tags on their person whilst running (these can be bought from https://www.icetags.co.uk/
Remind runners that social distancing is as important after as it is during a run. When the run is over runners must leave the facility / meeting point immediately to avoid the gathering of groups.
Runners must wash their hands or use hand sanitisers as soon as practically feasible after the run.
Runners to be reminded not to help collect others clothing / equipment.
Runners must not share lifts unless individuals are from the same household.
New runners to the club must read a copy of this risk assessment and to provide contact details to the run leader prior to joining in with a club run.
Please also stay up to date with England Athletics Guidance on their website.
We will welcome thoughts, feedback or ideas as we develop this new normal training schedule.