Cheer Destiny COVID-19 POA

Phase 3 Guidelines

 

In order to maintain our gym open and render services, the following guidelines must be STRICTLY followed to ensure everyone’s health and safety in our facility. There will be signs posted in the gym. There will be one way entrance and one way exit.  Please be advised if you do not follow these guidelines, you will be asked to leave the facility. 

FACE MASK ARE REQUIRED TO ENTER

(exceptions can be made for people with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from safely wearing a face covering)

** EVERYONE ** 

    • will be asked to complete a COVID-19 Questions and Checklist
    • will have their temperature Check (infrared/thermal camera, or touch less thermometer)
    • will be asked to use a face mask to cover nose and mouth
    • will be asked maintain 6 ft distance from one another

  • VISITOR/PARENT
    • Spectators are not permitted unless required for partial supervision for ages 7 and younger
    • Appointment will be REQUIRED (no walk-ins)
    • will maintain 6 ft distance from one another
    • will be asked to sign in our Visitor or Parent Log
    • will wait in designated area 

  • PARTICIPANT will be asked to:
    • wear a mask when within 6 ft of others when not actively in classes or practices (exceptions can be made for people with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from safely wearing a face covering)
    • follow all signage rules, guidelines and regulations posted in the facility
    • wash their hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer before participating in any activity at a designated station
    • bring their own source of water or purchase one from Cheer Destiny (water fountain will not be available for use) 
    • maintain 6 ft distance from one another
    • NO handshakes, hugging, kissing, high 5’s, or any type of physical contact
    • sanitize hands regularly
    • AVOID touching their Face as much as possible
    • Place their belongings at designated area

  • STAFF
    • will complete a health and safety training related to COVID-19
    • will be screened at the start of shift and mid-shift
    • will wear a mask when within 6ft of others (exceptions can be made for people with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from safely wearing a face covering)
    • will follow all signage rules, guidelines and regulations posted in the facility
    • will wash their hands with soap and water or use hand sanitizer regularly
    • will maintain 6 ft distance from one another
    • NO handshakes, hugging, kissing, high 5’s, or any type of physical contact
    • will AVOID touching their face as much as possible
    • will place their belongings at designated area
    • will if not most, coaching will be done 6ft apart unless safety is a priority

  • FACILITY 
    • will make sure everyone is following rules and guideline
    • will screen everyone who enters the gym
    • will provide hand washing capabilities or sanitizers to staff and participants
    • will display signage at entry with guidelines in multiple languages as needed
    • will provide designated stations such as; screening, sanitizing, personal belongings, parent/visitor area, COVID like symptom screening area (incase we need to isolate)
    • will display visual markers 6 ft apart
    • will do weekly cleaning and disinfecting of premises in compliance with CDC
    • will clean and disinfect common surface areas every 2 hours or after every class or team practice
    • will sanitize shared equipment before and after use
    • will sanitize any individual recreation station after participant use
    • will design a plan to allow social distancing and monitor capacity

Frequently Asked Questions

1.What does it mean to wear a face-covering?

A face-covering is a mask or cloth face-covering that is well secured and covers your nose and mouth. The face-covering should allow for breathing without restriction. 

2.Who is required to wear a face-covering?

Executive Order 2020-32 requires that any person over the age of two wear a face-covering when in a public place and unable to maintain a six-foot social distance. Face-coverings are also required in public indoor spaces such as stores. Exceptions may be made for individuals with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from safely wearing a face-covering. 

3.Can a store or business turn me away if I do not have a face-covering? 

Yes. A store or business can generally prohibit you from entering the building if you do not have a face covering in order to protect the health of others. However, if you have a medical condition or disability that prevents you from safely wearing a face-covering, then you should speak with an employee about a reasonable accommodation to help you obtain the services you need without endangering your health or the health of other shoppers. 


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