Covid 19 Guidance for Participants
COVID NOTES AND GUIDANCE FOR OLHC
Tier 2 High Risk - Updated 15/10/20
Covid Officer – Justin Fox
Telephone – 07809 157425
Advice has been updated regularly in previous weeks, useful links and updates and full details can be found on the following pages
England Hockey Covid 19 Club Support
All participants must complete the following form before entering the field of play :
Guidance for how to complete this form can be found at this useful video clip:
Self Screen Requirement
Each participant should self-screen prior to arrival at any activity to ensure they do not have any
of the following symptoms (confirmed by a parent for those under age 18), as these are highly
suspicious of COVID-19 infection.
A high temperature (above 37.8oC)
A new continuous cough
Shortness of breath
A sore throat
Loss of or change in normal sense of taste or smell
Feeling generally unwell
Been in close contact with / living with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 in the previous 2
Venue Specific Details
At OLHC, we are evolving plans and gradually opening up facilities at the Club , currently they are limited , the pitches are the main area of access . All visitors should observe social distancing when able, please run through the following details in order to help observe these plans.
Please Social Distance at all times. Facemasks must be worn in the clubhouse.
Pitch Access Plan
The green pitch is STRICTLY closed on matchdays. It is for use only to exit from Pitch 2 as part of the one way.
Changing Rooms and Toilets.
Currently there are no changing rooms or showers available , however Ladies and Mens Toilets are open.
Bar and Refreshments.
The bar is open for table service only. No mixing of households indoors. Please sign in with the NHS QR code and wear facemaks unless seated. No takeaway or queuing at the bar.
Contactless payments only.
Dugouts & Pitch side.
Dugouts will be open but Social Distancing must be observed, as when not directly involved in a game, during team talks and coaching.
Car sharing guidance
Q: How does the new Government rule of 6 impact hockey off the pitch?
A: Off the pitch participants must remain in socially distanced (2m) groups of no more than 6 people. Each group must be clearly separate from another and not mix. This includes whilst waiting to access the pitch, after you have finished your session/match and left the pitch or in the clubhouse pre or post the session/match.
Spectators need to register, upon arrival - with the NHS QR Code or via the written register. As players are deemed spectators when not within the pitch all over 16s (participants and spectators) should register on arrival.
In addition to the advice above, please note
- Ensure that all participants (players. coaches, managers, physio etc.) have completed a Participation Agreement
- Forward your attendance register to your club Covid Officer for forwarding to EH Track and Trace.
- Ensure your participants have performed a self-screen health assessment before leaving home.
- The bar may is open for drinks and snacks (please see bar guidelines) but we are unable to provide post-match teas at present.