Anyone who is showing or feeling symptoms of covid-19 to be advised to not attend sessions
Members will not attend sessions if they have any of the following in accordance with NHS and Government Guideline
“Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has any of the following”:
• a high temperature
• a new, continuous cough
• a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste
We are adhering to a minimum Space per participant of 2m x 2m / 3m x 3m depending on the class content with Marker added where possible to help keep the distance.
Please be aware or close contact at classes - This is used by Track and Trace to determine whether people need to self isolate when being exposed or near someone who has Covid-19
No mixing of groups within the group. Please make sure you do not mix (Distanced) with more than the same 6 people of a large group. Please limit social interaction between each other.
Arriving and leaving the class
When checking in and leaving a class please do not gather one a group. Please find a safe area where the class has been set out and we encourage you to keep your valuables and water with you
Currently when you check in via software on instructors phone. This is contactless for attendance records. If you are new we will manually add you to the register - If you decide to continue we will generate a QR code for you to use when you attend! We now have to legally keep all registers for a minimum of 21 days for Track and Trace
QR Codes - We encourage you to have your emergency contact and any health issues on your QR Code
When you attend the class please have your QR Code. This can be on your phone (Favourites is a good idea), Printed, Laminated, made in to a keyring, Taped to your bottle or however you can bring.
When you have registers via the scanning app please wait for the session to start with social distancing and not gather in a large group close together (In accordance to the governments guidelines of "social distancing" (See above link)
To help with track and trace as well as keeping adhering to the law with numbers per class every member and attendee needs to book > here
Each Bootcamp Venue will have a QR Track and Trace Poster if you wish to scan - Please ask the instructor for this and it will be available at the start and end of the session. Please note this is voluntary and you will need to download the Track and Track App
To follow the Government Guideline we will need you to register/ Cancel for each class and please bring your unique QR Code so you can be checked (This will be kept for a minimum of 21 days)
Please see below Public Health England / Government Website Updated 28th September 2020
Please be aware the best way to keep yourself safe when attending a fitness class - Below will help your safety with the definition of close contact which "Track and Trace (See above)" Use to determine self isolation
What is meant by a ‘contact’
A ‘contact’ is a person who has been close to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 anytime from 2 days before the person was symptomatic up to 10 days from onset of symptoms (this is when they are infectious to others). For example, a contact can be:
· people who spend significant time in the same household as a person who has tested positive for COVID-19
· sexual partners
· a person who has had face-to-face contact (within one metre), with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, including:
· being coughed on
· having a face-to-face conversation within one metre
· having skin-to-skin physical contact, or
· contact within one metre for one minute or longer without face-to-face contact
· a person who has been within 2 metres of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 for more than 15 minutes
· a person who has travelled in a small vehicle with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or in a large vehicle or plane near someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
Where an interaction between 2 people has taken place through a Perspex (or equivalent) screen, this would not be considered sufficient contact, provided that there has been no other contact such as any of those indicated above.
Contacts of a person who has tested positive for COVID-19 need to self-isolate at home because they are at risk of developing symptoms themselves in the next 14 days and could spread the virus to others before the symptoms begin
If you are a contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, then you will be notified by the NHS Test and Trace service via text message, email or phone. If you are notified, please follow the guidance in this document closely.
If you have not been notified that you are a contact, this means you do not need to self-isolate and should follow the general guidance, for example, social distancing, hand-washing, and covering coughs and sneezes.
If possible please bring your own Hand Sanitiser
We will have space for valuables (Please limit this) but we are currently suggesting that you bring wipes when collecting to avoid cross contamination or bring your own bag which we will leave in safe place by the session
For further prevention is we are suggesting that you bring your own bag and can leave in safe area/ locked in the van or bring a fitness belt / sport belt for your keys/ phone
We will have hand sanitiser available.
We are encouraging members to bring their own equipment. In sessions that we use equipment, they will have been sanitised before the session and not to be shared with any other participant in that specific class (Unless fully sanitised before somebody else uses it.) They will be sanitised at the end of the class and before a different group uses the equipment.
Please note we ask participants not to swap equipment and our trainers are doing everything they can do avoid any cross contamination with the safety of our members there upmost priority.
(Leeds in Local Lockdown Update - Details taken from Government Website 1st October 2020)
You can continue to take part in organised sporting or licensed physical activity in groups of more than 6 outdoors and up to 6 people indoors (for over 18s). There is an exemption for indoor sports if it is organised for the purposes of someone who has a disability taking part and for children’s activities.
These activities either need to be organised by a national governing body, club, registered instructor/coach, business or charity, and/or involve someone who has received an official licence to use equipment relevant to the activity. In all cases, the organiser must conduct a risk assessment and ensure compliance with COVID-19 secure guidance.
You should only be playing team sports where the relevant governing body has published guidance on how to do so safely. See a list of team sports governing bodies which have developed guidance. For all other sports, guidance is available from your governing body and details on how to safely undertake this activity within an organised environment.
Organised dance and exercise classes can take place in groups of more than 6, where a risk assessment has been carried out, but you must not mix with more than five other participants. The relevant indoor sport facilities guidance or outdoor guidance must be followed for these activities. Organised sport and physical activity events are allowed provided they follow guidance for the public on the phased return of outdoor sport and recreation in England.
For all areas affected, we advise that you should not attend amateur or professional sporting events as a spectator in the areas affected. If you do attend, you must remain socially distanced and groups of no more than 6.
Changing Guidelines and "Keeping Up"
Updated 5th October 2020