A risk assessment must be completed before the start of any course, seminar or workshop. The risk assessment should be reviewed at the start of any subsequent days of the course and signed and dated. Copies of risk assessments should be retained as they may be asked for as part of internal or external verification processes.
As of Monday 19th July, England has proceeded to Step 4 of the lockdown roadmap (see above). This means we have moved from a position of requiring activity to follow our Government-approved volleyball-specific safety plans to recommending the community follows a smaller, yet still effective, set of safety mitigations to minimise the risk of transmitting Covid-19 between participants.
Here is a template risk assessment for 6v6 indoor volleyball. Please use this as a guide, rather than as a complete risk assessment, as local factors may require further detail. Click here to read the guidance for 2v2 beach volleyball. Here is a template risk assessment for 2v2 beach volleyball. Please use this as a guide, rather than as a ...
All recreational clubs must develop a written COVID-19 plan and risk assessment prior to activity. Preparation must include those in charge of the session taking part in specific training, as necessary, and participants being asked to consider if their underlying health, may caution against participation.
Risk Assessment Procedures Volleyball England ensure that suitable and sufficient control measures are in place to reduce identified risks in the delivery of all courses/programmes. All personnel required to conduct risk assessments will be given the appropriate training and/or will be made aware of what is expected of them in advance.
o Complete a risk assessment (pros & cons) on organising a competition o Verify the organisational plan with the local government and public health authorities o Establish a spectator attendance strategy: play behind closed doors or, if allowed and subject to ensuring that sufficient measures are taken to protect the
Further details can be obtained from any member of the committee on request and you can access the current risk assessment information here. At present there are heightened risks around Covid-19 that remain while we take part in sport. Please see the specific section in the risk assessment. This should be read in conjunction with the Session Rules. If you have any questions or queries about returning to play you can contact the Covid-19 officer (Clare) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This risk assessment was used to create an action plan for safe participation, which set out the transmission risk of the activity, demonstrated its mitigations, laid out how it planned to operate and any adaptation required. Providers of organised sport will update their guidance, when needed, to reflect relevant changes to measures.
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