BHC Members Protocol
- Members with symptoms of COVID-19 must stay away from the BHC.
- Spectators are permitted at Havelock Park and must follow the spectator protocols.
- During training sessions, on entering the club grounds everyone will be required to use their phone to scan a QR code (there will be assistance for those without a phone). This will bring up a form which must be completed by everyone attending each session. These records will be held by the club electronically for 6 weeks for the purposes of contact tracing should this be required.
- If the club becomes aware of a person becoming ill after a visit to the club, the club will inform the person to contact the Public Health Agency. If contact tracing is required, the PHA will contact the club.
- Hand sanitiser is provided for use at various locations around the grounds and facilities.
- Members should be aware of the correct cough/sneeze etiquette (into the elbow).
- Players must not spit or clear their nose openly at any time.
- If a member becomes ill during a training session, the member will be asked to leave immediately or if that is not possible, they should go to the designated quarantine area (this will be signposted) until they are able to leave the grounds.
- Current social distancing rules must be adhered to when not playing on the pitch
- Players should only touch their own equipment and should minimise the amount of equipment they bring to the field.
- Essential personal equipment (e.g. water bottle, hand sanitizer) should be kept separate from other players in a designated area away from dug out.
- Spaces in the dugout are limited and social distancing must be maintained. Kit should not be left in the dugouts.
- Entrance will be via the main gate only and players must use the separate entrance and exit points to the pitch – these will be signposted.
- Players may touch on-field and coaching equipment but should disinfect their hands afterwards.
- Players should minimise the amount of equipment they bring to the field.
- Essential personal equipment (e.g. water bottle, hand sanitizer) should be kept separate from other players in a designated area.
- Communal bibs should not be used.
- All coaching equipment should be disinfected after use.
- Goalkeeping equipment, with the exception of helmets, may be shared provided it is fully disinfected between uses
- Defensive penalty corner equipment (e.g. masks) should not be shared.
- Good hand hygiene should be practised before and after each session by all