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BGSC Roadmap for Re-Opening

The Sailing Club Committee will meet regularly during 2021 to ensure that we can open to club activities as safely and quickly as possible. We will comply with Government guidelines and take advice from the Royal Yachting Association. We undertake to keep members informed through this website and by email to current members.

Preventative Measures - Hands - Face - Space

The current measures to stop the virus spreading include:

  • HANDS - Wash your hands regularly and for 20 seconds.
  • FACE - Wear a face covering in indoor settings where social distancing may be difficult, and where you will come into contact with people you do not normally meet.
  • SPACE - Stay 2 metres apart from people you do not live with where possible, or 1 metre with extra precautions in place (such as wearing face coverings or increasing ventilation indoors).


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Staring Date

29th March 2021

Not before 12th April 2021

Not before 17th May 2021

Not before 21st June 2021

General Advice

Hands-Face-Space

Hands-Face-Space

Hands-Face-Space

No restrictions

Club Facilities

Toilets open
Changing rooms closed (except for emergencies, disabled persons and access to toilets)
Showers closed

Changing rooms permitted to open. Members are advised to minimise time spent indoors. No kit or belongings to be left in the changing room.

Showers Closed

Changing rooms open. No kit or belongings to be left in the changing room.

Showers remain closed

Changing rooms open

Showers open

Clubhouse, bar and galley

Closed

Outdoor rule of 6 or 2 households.Outdoor table service only

Indoor hospitality will be permitted with no requirement for a substantial meal to be served alongside alcoholic drinks, and no curfew. The requirement to order, eat and drink while seated ('table service') will remain.

Fully open


Visitors and spectators

Spectators are not allowed at any grassroot sport sessions or events. Except for carers for disabled people and parents of under 18s in a safeguarding role. Supervising carers should not mix with other households or outside their support bubble

Spectators are not allowed at any grassroot sport sessions or events. Except for carers for disabled people and parents of under 18s in a safeguarding role. Supervising carers should not mix with other households or outside their support bubble

The Government will further ease limits on social contact, enabling people to make informed personal decisions

No limits on social contact

Training

Training can take place in line with RYA guidance.This will be restricted to outdoor training only

Training can take place in line with RYA guidance. This will be restricted to outdoor training only

Training can take place in line with RYA guidance. Awaiting confirmation that indoor training will be permitted.

Normal training permitted

Rescue

Social distance on-shore. Minimise time in rescue boats to just carrying out a rescue. Allocate crews to boats, no mixing of crews during the day. See BGSC supplementary guidance for rescue crews.

Social distance on-shore. Minimise time in rescue boats to just carrying out a rescue. Allocate crews to boats, no mixing of crews during the day. See BGSC supplementary guidance for rescue crews.

Social distance on-shore. Minimise time in rescue boats. Allocate crews to boats. See BGSC supplementary guidance for rescue crews.

Normal rescue

Open Meetings

No open meetings

Open events can be held for participants who can travel locally (arrive, compete, return within a day)

Open events can be held. Overnight stays permitted.

Open events can be held. Overnight stays permitted.

Last updated 11:12 on 1 August 2021

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