Club Covid Supervisor.
The GAA Covid-19 Advisory Group have issued an initial guidance document entitled “Guidelines on Safe Return to Gaelic Games“. This document can be viewed on our website under the News tab directly above the Facebook column. It outlines a set of critical recommendations that would allow a safe resumption of activities within the Club. One of the main recommendations is a requirement for each Club to appoint a Club Covid Supervisor whilst the pandemic virus is impacting our ability to resume fitness training and games activities.
It is envisaged that each team in the Club will have a nominated person (Team Covid Supervisor) whose main responsibility will be to ensure adherence to the recommended Covid-19 Sanitisation Protocols after each training session or game.
The main duties of the Club Covid Supervisor will include;
(a) Facilitate the distribution and collating of players and backroom members Health Questionnaire’s before training sessions and games. (A copy of the questionnaire is Appendix 1 of the above referenced document).
(b) Ensuring sanitising of facilities is completed by each Team Covid Supervisor before and after each training session or game.(c) Maintaining records of attendees.
An online Gaelic Games education module will be provided to assist in understanding both the purpose and role of this important function.
The Club would like to receive expressions of interest, before Friday June 19th., from any individuals willing to undertake this task for the next few months.
Please contact any member of the Adult, Ladies or Juvenile Committees if you have an interest in this position.