Method Statement – RETURNING TO CLUB TT SESSIONS (Post Activity)
Responsible person: Hygiene officer
Tony Halse 01626 852007 firstname.lastname@example.org
Address of premises:
Teign School, Chudleigh Road, Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot, Devon
Dennis Gibbs (Chairman)
Date method statement completed:
3rd July 2020 (revised 15.7.20)
Suggested date for review:
1st August 2020 (or earlier if Government Restriction are amended
Health & Safety Contact Details
Club - Name:
01626 366837 07802 151129
Table Tennis England – Name:
To Be Advised
Health & Safety Procedures
Name of on-site first aiders:
On-site first aid box location:
In Equipment Box
Address of nearest hospital:
Newton Abbot Hospital West Golds Road, Newton Abbot
Designated evacuation meeting point:
In Car Park
Consider here who needs to receive training on procedures relating to COVID-19, how this will be delivered and who is responsible. Eg. online committee meeting for volunteers delivered by Club Chair / newsletter for members written by Media officer and approved by Hygiene/Health & Safety Officer.
The secretary, Tony Halse, who has taken on the role of Hygiene Officer will keep himself up to date with all necessary Government and Table Tennis England requirements. As we get closer to a resumption, by the use of emails and website updates, all necessary information will be distributed to the players. Training of volunteers helping at club sessions will be undertaken by the Hygiene officer ahead of the first session. Briefing of all participants prior to each session to remind them of the code of conduct. The Hygiene officer will train additional volunteers present to assist with the monitoring of play within each session and the necessary dismantling and cleaning of the venue
Consider here what equipment is needed to take the steps outlined in your risk assessment. Eg. social distancing markers, posters outlining good hygiene, hand sanitizer/soap etc.
The below list of equipment / materials to be made readily available for volunteers and participants. Posters and signage to be erected
A minimum of 6 hand sanitizers and 6 hand held spray bottles of soapy water. A minimum of 6 rolls of disposable paper towels. A box of disposable gloves. 2 disposable aprons, 2 disposable face masks and two Nitrile disposable gloves for the first aid box. 3 Table Tennis England posters outlining good hygiene. 1 sign on Sports Hall entrance door (No Admittance if you have any symptoms). If possible acquire at least 10 more barriers (borrow from leagues supply at Clennon Valley or Stover school). Make/buy suitable box for session fees to be deposited in. Purchase suitable book for registering players on entry. Purchase 2 suitable receptacles for waste bins and a roll of large black plastic sacks.
All above hygiene equipment and waste to be removed from the venue on completion of the session
Order of Operations
A step-by-step method that should include: working procedures; the equipment and materials needed; what hazards will be present; how to reduce the risks associated.
The accompanying risk assessments have identified the hazards and stated the controls to be put in place. With the venue set up to the Government and Table Tennis England’s guidance (see pre-activity) we welcome the safe arrival of participants. Having completed their session (see during activity) it is left to the Hygiene Officer and volunteers to clean and dismantle the equipment before leaving the venue.
STEP BY STEP DETAILS POST ACTIVITY
1. Hygiene officer and volunteers to discuss the experience with participants
2. Hygiene officer to train volunteers (to be determined)
3. Hygiene officer and volunteers to dismantle the venue
4. Hygiene Officer / Treasurer administration
5. Hygiene Officer procedure if someone calls to say they are unwell following a session
Any other important information