Return to Play Guidelines: Adult

Inverleith Hockey Club
Below are our current guidelines for adult members playing and socialising given Covid-19.

Adult Player Guidelines

Stay home if you have: Any cold or flu symptoms in the past seven days; Been in direct contact with a known case of COVID-19 in the previous 14 days; Travelled internationally in the previous 14 days, to a location under Scottish Government restrictions; To live with someone who is high risk or vulnerable or you are high risk or vulnerable;

Follow the principle of “Get in, Train, Get Out”;

Pitch split into two halves. 30 players per half. Must stay in group of 30 for duration of session;

All matches suspended. Can train whilst observing 2m distancing with a maximum of 30 participants;

Participants aged 18 years or over (adults) living in a Level 3 or Level 4 area should only travel locally (within around 5 miles of their local authority area) to take part in physically distanced non-contact sport or exercise outdoors. Adults living in a Level 3 or 4 area should not take part in any indoor or outdoor contact sport or physical activity;

Participants aged 17 years or under can travel to and from Level 0, 1, 2 and 3 areas (but not Level 4) to take part in organised sport, physical activity, training and competition. Where living in a Level 4 area then the point above should be followed;

If you become ill with any cold or flu symptoms during a session inform the coach and immediately leave the facility and return home;

Players will enter and exit the pitch in a controlled fashion. Follow one way exit and entry flow;

Training must be strictly non-contact (no high fives, handshakes etc.);

People from different households should not travel in the same car. If you are being dropped off, drivers should drop you off and leave;

All participants should practice physical distancing as required by the Government at the time of any given session;

Do not touch, use or share any personal equipment (water bottles or other items) before, during or after the session;

A ‘coaches-only’ rule will be adopted for all hockey balls, cones and other hockey equipment. Players should not touch hockey equipment before, during or after the session;

No one is to touch goals or dugouts. Centre staff are the only individuals allowed to touch them;

An attendance register will be kept for every session to assist track and trace;

Compulsory hand sanitising at the start and end of every session. The club will supply sanitiser;

Covering a sneeze or cough with an elbow or a tissue rather than hands;

Do not touch eyes, nose or mouth;

Do not to spit or clear nasal/respiratory secretions on the field of play or in other settings;

No spectating should take place other than when supervising a vulnerable child or adult;

Must mark attendance on Teamer prior to session;

Non-compliance will result in a request to leave the facility.

Ferranti Club House Guidelines

Use of venue not permitted w/c 12th – w/c 19th October 2020.