TRAINING SCHEDULE AUG-OCT 2020

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:

1) You must have completed and returned the self-health questionnaire previously sent out via email (SEE COPY BELOW). Ideally please fill it in electronically and return via email to bridlingtonroadrunners@outlook.com. If not, please print it out and complete and bring the form with you on the night. You only need to complete the self-health questionnaire once. Thereafter, when you attend any BRR event you are agreeing that; a) You have not been in contact with any person suffering or suspected to be suffering from Covid-19 in the last 14 days. b) You have not suffer from any fever (37.5C or above) in the last 14 days. c) You have not had any respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, runny nose, sore throat or breathing difficulty) in the last 14 days. 2) Please observe 2 metre social distancing at all times. Where this is not possible you shall wear a face covering. 3) We highly recommend you wear a facemask/covering until we start running. 4) We highly recommend you carry personal hand sanitiser product in case you need to use other public facilities. 5) You must register your attendance at each BRR event regardless of where a training session or social run. Previously it was stated that you only had to let us know if you were attending the structured session but, for track and trace purposes, we need to know everyone who will be at training, even if just social running. There will be a designated marshal who shall run the safety briefing for the event. 6) As stated above, there will be BBR club marshal(s) managing the start. Please follow their instructions. They are for your safety and to comply with UK EA and Government guidance. 7) First aid guidance: If minor injuries occur during the event other participants in the group must adhere to social distancing measures and only give verbal support. All participants are required to manage their own minor injuries. Where serious injuries occurs help should be sorted by calling 999 in the first instance, and follow instruction from the emergency call handler. If your intervention is required then please ask the casualty (where conscious) to wear a face covering over the mouth and nose. Place your own face covering over your mouth and nose before you engage with the casualty at a distance less than 2 meters. If you have gloves available then please use them. Do not give mouth to mouth chest compressions.

TUESDAY TRAINING

On Tuesdays we have an official structured session which will take place at different venues (See above Schedule). Social run groups will meet on the Promenade (sea side) in front of Leisure World so you can park in the car park (F.O.C after 6pm).

THURSDAY TRAINING

While organising training is very much on ongoing learning process in the current environment, we will aim to get training on Thursdays up and running once we feel we are in a position to do so from a safety aspect.

BRR HEALTH SCREENING FORM

TRAINING SCHEDULE AUG-OCT 2020

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING

GUIDELINES:

1) You must have completed and returned the self-health questionnaire previously sent out via email (SEE COPY BELOW). Ideally please fill it in electronically and return via email to bridlingtonroadrunners@outlook.com. If not, please print it out and complete and bring the form with you on the night. You only need to complete the self-health questionnaire once. Thereafter, when you attend any BRR event you are agreeing that; a) You have not been in contact with any person suffering or suspected to be suffering from Covid-19 in the last 14 days. b) You have not suffer from any fever (37.5C or above) in the last 14 days. c) You have not had any respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, runny nose, sore throat or breathing difficulty) in the last 14 days. 2) Please observe 2 metre social distancing at all times. Where this is not possible you shall wear a face covering. 3) We highly recommend you wear a facemask/covering until we start running. 4) We highly recommend you carry personal hand sanitiser product in case you need to use other public facilities. 5) You must register your attendance at each BRR event regardless of where a training session or social run. Previously it was stated that you only had to let us know if you were attending the structured session but, for track and trace purposes, we need to know everyone who will be at training, even if just social running. There will be a designated marshal who shall run the safety briefing for the event. 6) As stated above, there will be BBR club marshal(s) managing the start. Please follow their instructions. They are for your safety and to comply with UK EA and Government guidance. 7) First aid guidance: If minor injuries occur during the event other participants in the group must adhere to social distancing measures and only give verbal support. All participants are required to manage their own minor injuries. Where serious injuries occurs help should be sorted by calling 999 in the first instance, and follow instruction from the emergency call handler. If your intervention is required then please ask the casualty (where conscious) to wear a face covering over the mouth and nose. Place your own face covering over your mouth and nose before you engage with the casualty at a distance less than 2 meters. If you have gloves available then please use them. Do not give mouth to mouth chest compressions.

TUESDAY TRAINING

On Tuesdays we have an official structured session which will take place at different venues (See above Schedule). Social run groups will meet on the Promenade (sea side) in front of Leisure World so you can park in the car park (F.O.C after 6pm).

THURSDAY TRAINING

While organising training is very much on ongoing learning process in the current environment, we will aim to get training on Thursdays up and running once we feel we are in a position to do so from a safety aspect.

BRR HEALTH SCREENING FORM

TRAINING SCHEDULE AUG-OCT 2020

PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:

1) You must have completed and returned the self-health questionnaire previously sent out via email (SEE COPY BELOW). Ideally please fill it in electronically and return via email to bridlingtonroadrunners@outlook.com. If not, please print it out and complete and bring the form with you on the night. You only need to complete the self-health questionnaire once. Thereafter, when you attend any BRR event you are agreeing that; a) You have not been in contact with any person suffering or suspected to be suffering from Covid-19 in the last 14 days. b) You have not suffer from any fever (37.5C or above) in the last 14 days. c) You have not had any respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, runny nose, sore throat or breathing difficulty) in the last 14 days. 2) Please observe 2 metre social distancing at all times. Where this is not possible you shall wear a face covering. 3) We highly recommend you wear a facemask/covering until we start running. 4) We highly recommend you carry personal hand sanitiser product in case you need to use other public facilities. 5) You must register your attendance at each BRR event regardless of where a training session or social run. Previously it was stated that you only had to let us know if you were attending the structured session but, for track and trace purposes, we need to know everyone who will be at training, even if just social running. There will be a designated marshal who shall run the safety briefing for the event. 6) As stated above, there will be BBR club marshal(s) managing the start. Please follow their instructions. They are for your safety and to comply with UK EA and Government guidance. 7) First aid guidance: If minor injuries occur during the event other participants in the group must adhere to social distancing measures and only give verbal support. All participants are required to manage their own minor injuries. Where serious injuries occurs help should be sorted by calling 999 in the first instance, and follow instruction from the emergency call handler. If your intervention is required then please ask the casualty (where conscious) to wear a face covering over the mouth and nose. Place your own face covering over your mouth and nose before you engage with the casualty at a distance less than 2 meters. If you have gloves available then please use them. Do not give mouth to mouth chest compressions.

TUESDAY TRAINING

On Tuesdays we have an official structured session which will take place at different venues (See above Schedule). Social run groups will meet on the Promenade (sea side) in front of Leisure World so you can park in the car park (F.O.C after 6pm).

THURSDAY TRAINING

While organising training is very much on ongoing learning process in the current environment, we will aim to get training on Thursdays up and running once we feel we are in a position to do so from a safety aspect.

BRR HEALTH SCREENING FORM