COVID SAFE PLAN – DAVEY BLACK SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Davey Black Fitness

Business name: Davey Black Sports Performance

Plan completed by: Steve Davis

Date reviewed: 29 Oct 2020

1. Ensure physical distancing

Requirements: You must ensure workers and visitors are 1.5m apart as much as possible. This can be done by –
  • Displaying signs to show patron limits at the entrance of enclosed areas where limits apply
  • Informing workers to work from home wherever possible
You may also consider:
  • Minimising the build-up of people waiting to enter and exit the workplace
  • Using floor markings to provide minimum physical distancing guides
  • Reviewing delivery protocols to limit contact between delivery drivers and workers
Action:
  • Limit class sizes
  • Use personal mats to create individual bubble
  • Minimise equipment use/changeover
Requirements: You must apply density quotient to configure shared work areas and publicly accessible spaces to ensure that –
  • There is no more than one worker per four square meters of enclosed workspace
  • There is no more than one member of the public per four square meters of publicly available space indoors
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Requirements:  You should provide training to workers on physical distancing expectations while working and socialising. This should include –
  • Informing workers to follow current public health directions when carpooling. This can be found at (hyperlink) vic.gov.au
  • Informing workers to work from home wherever possible
Action:
  • Limit class sizes
  • Use personal mats to create individual bubble
If your industry is restricted or heavily restricted, you must also:
  • Reduce workers levels in accordance with industry directions.
  • Limit number of patrons in accordance with industry directions.
  • Have no carpooling.

2. Wear a face covering

Requirements:  You must ensure all workers and visitors entering the worksite wear a face covering as per public health advice. This includes –
  • Providing adequate face coverings and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to workers that do not have their own
Action:
  • Spare face masks in the studio
  • Multiple hand sanitisation stations
Requirements:
  • You should install screens or barriers in the workspace for additional protection where relevant.
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Requirements:
  • You should provide training, instruction and guidance on how to correctly fit, use and dispose of PPE.
  • You should inform workers that cloth masks should be washed each day after use. However, if during the day the mask is visibly dirty or wet, the mask needs to be washed immediately.
Action:
  • Staff PPE Training
  • Spare face masks in the studio
There are no additional requirements for restricted or heavily restricted industries.

3. Practise good hygiene

Requirements: You must frequently and regularly clean and disinfect shared spaces, including high-touch communal items such as doorknobs and telephones.
You should:
  • Clean surfaces with appropriate cleaning products, including detergent and disinfectant
  • Replace high-touch communal items with hygienic alternatives, for example single-use or contactless options, where possible to do so
  • Clean between shifts
Action:
  • Staff to clean between classes
  • Thorough clean each night of all surfaces and equipment

You should display a cleaning log in shared spaces.

Action:
  • Staff PPE Training includes the requirement to clean after every class. 10min changeover break implemented for this to occur
  • You should make soap and hand sanitiser available for all workers and customers throughout the worksite and encourage regular hand washing.
Action:
  • Multiple hand sanitising stations
  • Soap checked every night

 

If your industry is restricted or heavily restricted, you should also:
  • Conduct an audit of cleaning schedules.

 

4. Keep records and act quickly if workers become unwell

Requirements: You must support workers to get tested and stay home even if they only have mild symptoms.
Action:
  • Staff Training & reminders
Requirements: Support workers to get tested and stay home even if they only have mild symptoms.
Requirements: You must develop a business contingency plan to manage any outbreaks. This includes –
  • Having a plan to respond to a worker being notified they are a positive case while at work, noting workers who show symptoms or have been in close contact should NOT attend the workplace until they receive their test results
  • Having a plan to identify and notify close contacts in the event of a positive case attending the workplace during their
    infectious period
  • Having a plan in place to clean the worksite (or part) in the event of a positive case
  • Having a plan to contact DHHS and notify the actions taken, provide a copy of the risk assessment conducted and contact details of any close contacts
  • Having a plan to immediately notify WorkSafe Victoria on 13 23 60 if you have identified a person with coronavirus (COVID-19) at your workplace
  • Having a plan in the event that you have been instructed to close by DHHS
  • Having a plan to re-open your workplace once agreed by DHHS and notify workers they can return to work
Action:
  • Staff Training including all of the above actions
Requirements: You must keep records of all people who enter the workplace for contact tracing.
Action:
  • Mandatory Mindbody sign-in and check-off
Requirements: You should implement a screening system that involves temperature checking upon entry into a workplace.
Action:
  • Staff Training
  • Digital thermometer mandatory check before entry
If your industry is restricted or heavily restricted, you must also:
  • Restricted Industries​
    Ask workers to declare verbally before each shift that they are free of symptoms, have not been in contact with a confirmed case and have not been directed to isolate
  • Heavily Restricted Industries​
    Ask staff to declare in writing or electronically before each shift that they are free of symptoms, have not been in contact with a confirmed case and have not been directed to isolate. ​

5. Avoid interactions in enclosed spaces

Requirements: You should reduce the amount of time workers are spending in enclosed spaces. This could include –
  • Enabling working in outdoor environments
  • Moving as much activity outside as possible, including serving customers, meetings, tearooms, lunchbreaks and locker rooms
  • Enhancing airflow by opening windows and doors
  • Optimising fresh air flow in air conditioning systems
Action:
  • Door to remain open
  • Skeleton schedule for staff
There are no additional requirements for restricted or heavily restricted industries

6.  Create workforce bubbles

Requirements: You should keep groups of workers rostered on the same shifts at a single worksite and ensure there is no overlap of workers during shift changes.
Action:
  • Staff Training
  • 10min changeover between sessions
  • Only one staff member per room at any time
Requirements: You should maintain records of all workers who have disclosed that they reside with another worker and ensure that there is no cross-over between shifts.
Action:
  • Staff addresses maintained
If your industry is restricted or heavily restricted, you must also:
  • Limit or cease the number of workers working across multiple work sites.
  • Maintain records of all workers who have disclosed that they are working for different employers across more than one work premises.
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