Procedure for the implementation of the sanitary safety policy

PROCEDURE FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SANITARY SAFETY POLICY in the field of preventive healthcare in connection with coronavirus cases emerging in some countries

  1. Employees declare that in any case of worrisome symptoms they shouldn’t come to work, stay at home and contact primary health care to get medical advice, contact the infectious ward, and in case of deteriorating health call 999 or 112 and inform them about a possible coronavirus infection.
  2. Employees’ presence during workshops will be reduced to the minimum. 
  3. The Organizer provides employees with
    -masks or helmets and hand sanitizer
    -possibility to keep the necessary distance between the employees and instructs them about the necessity to keep using personal protective equipment.
  4. The Organizer will make the necessary effort to provide staff reserve in case of increased epidemic risks in accordance with guidelines.
  5. The Organizer limits to the minimum staff meetings, keeping basic terms of safety and hygiene. 
  6. The venue follows the guidelines:
    – before the shift, right before starting the work, wash your hands using water and soap
    – use a mask or helmet and protective gloves during the shift, if using personal protective equipment is not possible at the moment  increase the distance between employees
    – keep a safe distance from event participants and coworkers outside the workplace
    – regularly and often wash hands using water and soap, following the instructions next to the sink, disinfecting hands using hand sanitizer (based on alcohol)
    – while sneezing or coughing cover mouth and nose with bent elbow or tissue; after that throw away the tissue to the closed trash can and wash your hands
    – avoid touching your face, especially  your mouth and eyes
    – use only personal accessories
    – make every effort to keep the workstation clean before, during and after the working day; it is necessary to clean the areas touched frequently by Participants
    – avoid using public transport if possible
  7. The Organizer is entitled to verify people with high risk and additionally inform them before participation in the event about considering abandoning workshops until the epidemic risk  ceases.
  8. The Organizer recommends keeping a safe distance between Participants as much as it is objectively possible.
  9. The Organizer will exercise all due care to provide the possibility to keep a safe distance between Participants during training and will adapt to the current legal acts with regard to the obligation to disinfect the facility and the exercise space
  10. The venue will provide hand sanitizer dispensers, they will be available for Participants near entrance/at the reception, next to bathrooms and at least one in every workshop room.
  11. The venue provides disinfection (point 9) and in case of any special situation will provide the sanitizers for Participants with a user manual.  
  12. The Organizer recommends to use Participants’ own mats, towels and personal accessories. 
  13. The venue provides disinfection of sanitary facilities, changing rooms, toilets and zones used by the Participant as often as it is possible. 
  14. Participants who grossly violate the safety rules, will be asked to leave the facility after prior warning by the staff.
  15. The Organizer provides Participants with a declaration of their current state of health and related information. Participants are required to fill out that declaration. 
  16. Participants’ groups isolate as much as it is objectively possible, the contact between training groups is kept to minimum. The Organizer ensures that the risk of crowds is reduced to minimum.
  17. The halls are ventilated regularly and between all workshops there is at least a 5 min break. 
  18.  It is recommended that Participants who wait in the waiting room keep a safe distance (It is assumed that the distance will be not smaller than 1,5 m) and use masks or helmets following the staff guidelines. 
  19.  The Organizer does not allow bystanders to stay at the facility.
  20. Participants are obliged to use their own masks or helmets. If Participants have any health issues preventing the use of self care equipment (point 15) they take into account that the facility management may not recognize the declaration without appropriate legal basis
  21. The halls, where the workshops happen, are adapted in accordance with the regulations and maximum security measures are applied..
  22. The person who guides the workshops is obliged to use personal self care equipment, mask or helmet, and hand sanitizer. In case when it is not possible to keep all the above-mentioned protective measures, it is necessary to apply all the possible protection measures- disinfection, social distance and other possible ways to keep the safety of Participants in the venue. 
  23. The Organizer will provide a sanitary station with full documentation related to the implemented procedures, in order to ensure that the facility has been fully adapted to the safe use of customers, without exposing them to a possible risk of infection.
  24. When there is a suspicion of Participant’s infection, internal safety procedures are applied in accordance with the guidelines presented during sanitary training for staff.
  25. The Participant during registration and purchasing the pass accepts all of the above procedures.