COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN.
- All attendances are by appointment only.
- All appointments are made remotely online.
2: Arriving Safely on Campus
- Students who are sick, have developed any symptoms of COVID-19, who have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 or who have been out of the country within the past 14 days are not permitted to enter the premises.
- Students are encouraged to complete a self-assessment before arriving on campus. https://bc.thrive.health/covid19/en
- Coaches are required to complete a self-assessment upon arrival to campus.
- Students are only permitted to enter the facility 5 minutes before the arrival of the start of their appointment.
Upon arrival, students will use one of the five hand sanitizers in the facility.
- Instructors will direct students to their private socially distanced section.
- Students are to keep all personal belongings with them. Leaving personal items in the changeroom is prohibited.
- Once in their private section, they will have access to fresh, clean towels along with an alcohol-based cleaner to use to clean and sanitize all equipment in their zone.
3: During Appointments
- Instructors will guide and direct students of Madlab School of Fitness.
- Students will use their personal mobile devices when following their programming.
- Navigating the facility floor is limited. If students need to set up equipment during an appointment, they will be limited to the instructor’s discretion.
- Masks are mandatory for students when in common spaces such as washrooms.
- Liquid hand soap is used after each washroom visit.
- Hand dryers are not to be used as paper towels have been provided.
- Upon completion of an appointment, students will take the time to clean and sanitize all equipment.
4: Departing from Campus
- Students will have until 5 minutes after completing their appointment to clean and tidy up their private training zone.
- Once off the premises, clients are still encouraged to wear masks and practice social distancing protocols.
- Zones are taped and labelled on the facility floor.
- Each private zone is a minimum of 105 square feet in size (14’x7’6”)
- The private zones account for less than 35% of the entire facility floor.
- The size of the facility is 10,000 square feet
6. Cleaning Procedures
- Students have access to their spray bottle with an alcohol-based cleaner.
- Students have access to their fresh, clean towels to be used to clean and disinfect their zones’ equipment.
- Students are to clean and disinfectant upon completion of using any equipment.
- Staff have daily duties regarding cleaning, sanitizing and ensuring cleaning products are available to the students.
- Used towel bins are marked.
- All hand towels are professionally washed at a local laundromat.
- Dirty towels are handled by staff members only.
- Students are encouraged to bring their equipment when possible.
- Washrooms and common spaces are cleaned daily by staff and by professionals three times per week.
7. Facility Capacity
- Strict scheduling has been created to ensure the facility is at less than 50% capacity at all times.
- Appointments are spaced out by 15 minutes to allow for minimal student overlap.
- Staff members are split into evening and morning shifts, and overlap is minimal.
- Signage is posted on all washroom doors reminding of physical distancing measures.
- Outdoor space is available for training if needed.
8. Social Distancing Procedures
- All zones are marked and stocked with equipment needed.
- All zones are distanced based on the guidelines of The Provincial Health Office.
- Sharing of equipment is prohibited.
- Instructors will remain outside of all training zones.
- All staff members will take breaks in designated break zones or off-site.
- All staff meetings are distanced and in a well-ventilated space.
- The option to take part in online staff meetings is presented.
- Physical contact between students and staff is to be zero.
9. Ventilation and Air Flow
- North bay doors and south bay doors (12’x14’) will be open as needed.
10. Contact Tracing and Monitoring
- All appointments are tracked and monitored digitally through our student management system.
- All staff members complete a daily COVID checklist before arriving on site. https://bc.thrive.health/covid19/en
- All information and updates are shared in a timely fashion with all students.
- Relevant information is shared publicly via social media platforms.
11. Handling and Billing
- All handling of money is done online.
- All services are prepaid.
12. Staff and Student Sickness
- Any staff or student with symptoms of COVID-19 are not to enter the facility
- If symptoms develop while on-site, a staff member will be direct them to go home and use the BC COVID-19 self-assessment tool.
- Any surfaces touched or used by a staff member or student who develops symptoms will be cleaned immediately.
- A sick leave and coverage policy has been implemented in the scenario coverage is needed for a sick staff member.
13. Remote Learning
- The use of remote learning is available.
- Remote learning is offered via our online education courses and our online individual programming.
14. Food Service/Housing and Student Residences/Retail/Pubs/Museums/Medical Clinics/Performing Arts
- Does not apply.
15. International Students
- Offering the use of remote learning through our online courses.
- In-person training for international students is currently paused.
- Students have access to our syllabus with hard copies and digitally through our online courses.
17. Outdoor Campus Space
- Leisure use of common outdoor spaces is off-limits to students and staff.
- All students and teachers on campus at Madlab must be 100% vaccinated.
Students or staff can report any issues to email@example.com
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