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England Hockey Step 4 - COVID19

EH announce the move to Step-4 on the Getting Back on the Pitch roadmap.

Details of Step 4 were released yesterday evening (7th Aug. '20)  by England Hockey, these can be found on the COVID-19 club support page => [Step4]
 
All players taking part in the Development Center summer sessions will need to complete the [Participation Form] having read the [advice for participants]

If a player does not complete the form, they will not be permitted to participate in Step 4 hockey activity.

 


Norfolk Hockey Summer Development Camps
Movement to Step 4 - COVID OFFICERS

All hockey organisations must have a COVID OFFICER (CO) in place. Glenn Moore and Mary Cheesman are the COs for Norfolk Hockey Player Pathway. The COs will lead the COVID-19 response in Return to Play. They are the point of contact for individuals and organisations. However, it is important to remember that the COVID-19 response is not solely the COs' responsibility. ALL PARTICIPANTS are opting in to hockey activity and have a responsibility for reducing the risks of COVID-19.

• Only participants who have signed an EH Participant Agreement can take part in training and match play. The participant agreement must be signed at least 24 hours
before the first session you attend. If you are not on our EH list, you CANNOT participate.

• Attendance records are passed onto EH for track and trace purposes within 24hrs of the session taking place. [Data collection information is available on the NHA website
and at the venue]

• Self assess before attending any hockey activity. If you, or someone you live with, experience COVID-19 symptoms, you must contact Glenn or Mary and stay at home:
high temperature (above 37.8 °C)
new, continuous cough
loss of/ change to sense of smell or taste

• BAME participants and participants with underlying health conditions may face greater risk from from COVID-19. Please ensure that you are aware of and understand how the measures in place affect you and contact Mary or Glenn to discuss them if you require further information. You must then make a personal decision as to whether thetime is right to  re-start playing.

• If you require further info, if you have any concerns or worries, please get in touch
 
CONTACT DETAILS:

Glenn Moore
[M] 07500-364552
[T] 01553-672784
[E] ppadmin@norfolk-hockey.co.uk
 
Mary Cheesman
[M] 07956-864076
[T] 01692-404624
[E] pplcoach@norfolk-hockey.co.uk
 

                  

  COVID19 - Norfolk Hockey - Data Collection statement can be found here: [Data_Declaration]

 


NHA Academy Centre 20-21 - Sportspark UEA Covid-19 Guidance

6th Sept. '20 (subject to change)
Pre-arrival
Know the names and contact details of Norfolk Player Pathway COVID Officers.
Self assess before attending.  If you, or someone you live with, experience COVID-19 symptoms (high temperature (above 37.8°C), new continuous cough, loss of/change of small or taste) stay at home and contact COVID Officers.
Clean stick.
Bring essential kit only.
Arrive dressed to play and, after the training session, change away from the SportsPark whenever possible.
Use hand sanitiser/thoroughly wash hands
Arrival
SportsPark can refuse admission in the case of inappropriate behaviour or refusal to follow the necessary safety measures in place.
Park away from other cars if possible. If not, wait until neighbouring cars have emptied. Observe social distancing 2m.
Come to the venue at the time given in your pre-session email (usually 10 minutes before the session start time.) You will be met at the green gate to the left of the main building. While waiting, observe social distancing 2m.
Your temperature will be checked. Then proceed to the pitch to be registered.
If your temperature is 37.8°C or over you will not be permitted to play and will be asked to leave the site.
Spectators are not allowed to enter the SportsPark (NB one adult only is allowed to spectate if the player is U12). Please leave after your child has been accepted into the venue and collect him/her at the end of the session.
You will be directed to your pitch. Sanitise your hands and register with the coach. Put your kit in a designated place.
Coaching
Players can work within a distinct group of max 30 players.  
More than 30 players can work on a pitch. 
The coaching ratio will be 1:12. 
Closer contact eg marking and tackling is allowed. 
During warm ups, cool downs, drinks breaks, feedback and subbing, practise social distancing 2m.  Avoid shouting in close proximity to other players.
Equipment
Equipment will be moved to the pitch pre-session by coaches.
Only coaches can move goals.
You should touch personal belongings only and move balls with your stick only (Gks /gk kit).
If you forget, clean your hands with the hand sanitiser by the pitch.
All equipment and bibs will be cleaned after each session or left for 72 hrs
Toilets
The toilets are being cleaned frequently.
Follow the signs in the one-way system.  Observe social distancing 2m.
Use hand sanitiser on leaving the pitch and wash hands whilst in the toilet. 
Put paper towels in the bin.
Use hand sanitiser on returning to the pitch.
First Aid
A First Aid kit is on the RHS pitch.
First Aiders will have PPE – gloves, aprons, masks  visors.
In the first instance, the player, under guidance, will be asked to apply plasters / ice packs.
Used FA equipment and used PPE will be disposed of in a marked bag.
Departure
Your session will end at 10 minutes to the hour. Leave via the gate on the LHS pitch or the green gate at the end of the day.
Use hand sanitiser on leaving the pitch.
Exit observing social distancing 2m.
Parents, please arrive for the time given in your pre-session email and observe social distancing 2m.
Please leave the site promptly.
 
If you need any further information, please contact:
Mary Cheesman
01692 404624
07956 864076
 

NHA DC Summer Camps - Guidance in Relation to COVID-19
(11th August 2020 - Subject to change) - Taverham Recreational Facility   

Pre-arrival
Know the names and contact details of Norfolk Player Pathway COVID Officers.
Self assess before attending.  If you, or someone you live with, experience COVID-19 symptoms (high temperature (above 37.8°C), new continuous cough, loss of/change of small or taste) stay at home and contact COVID Officers.
Clean stick.
Bring essential kit only.
Use hand sanitiser/thoroughly wash hands
Arrival
Park away from other cars if possible. If not, wait until neighbouring cars have emptied. Observe social distancing 2m.
Please do not come to the pitches before the time given in your pre-session email. Approach the pitches on the left hand side of the club house – follow the arrows. Observe social distancing 2m.
Players' temperatures will be checked. If the temperature is 37.8 or over they will not be permitted to play and will be asked to leave the site. Players only will then proceed to be registered.
Please give SURNAME followed by FIRST name.
Then, please sanitise your hands and you will be directed to enter the pitch and put your kit in a designated place.
Parents, while you are waiting, please maintain social distancing 2m in groups of no more than 6.   Once your child is on the pitch with coaches, you will need to leave the area surrounding the pitch.
Coaching
Players can work within a distinct group of max 30 players.  There can be more than 30 players on a pitch.  The coaching ratio will be 1:12.  Closer contact eg marking and tackling are allowed.  During warm ups, cool downs, drinks breaks, feedback and subbing, practise social distancing. Avoid shouting in close proximity to other players.
If a player has to leave the pitch to go to the toilet, use hand sanitiser on leaving and wash hands whilst in the toilet. Use hand sanitiser on returning to the pitch.
Equipment
Equipment will be moved to the pitch pre-session by coaches. Only coaches can move goals.
Players should touch personal belongings only and move balls with their stick only (GKs /GK kit).
If you forget, clean your hands with the hand sanitiser by the pitch.
All equipment and bibs will be cleaned after each session or left for 72 hrs
Toilets
2 changing rooms/toilets will be available for Summer Camp participants only:1 for girls and 1 for boys in the club house corridor. Only 1 person will enter each toilet at a time. Soap and paper towels will be available.  Please ensure no toilet paper or paper towels are left on the floor – use the black bin bags. If you have to wait, please observe social distancing 2m.
Handles, taps and toilets will be disinfected at lunchtime.
Toilets will be cleaned before each camp.
Indoor Access
There is no other access to the clubhouse. So please ensure you bring PLENTY TO DRINK.
First Aid
There will be a First Aid kit on each pitch. 
First Aiders will have PPE – gloves, aprons, masks  visors.
In the first instance, the player, under guidance, will be asked to apply plasters / ice packs.
Used FA equipment and used PPE will be disposed of in a marked bag.
Lunch
Players will eat lunch on the grass area (roughly 35 minutes), maintaining social distancing 2m in groups of 6 maximum.
There is no indoor access in case of rain, so please bring appropriate clothing/protection.
All rubbish needs to be put in the black bin bags provided. 
Use hand sanitiser on leaving and returning to the pitch.
Departure
Departure times will be staggered. Please use the designated gate from the pitch. 
Use hand sanitiser on leaving the pitch.
Exit towards the car park to the left of the club house near the High School observing social distancing 2m.
Parents, please arrive for the time given in your pre-session email – please do not congregate by the pitches.
Please leave the site promptly as coaches will then need to deal with equipment and  facilities.
 
If you need any further information, please contact:
Mary Cheesman
01692 404624
 

 

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