POSTED 23rd JULY 2021
Restrictions can change daily.
Restrictions are in place in NSW, SA and Victoria. Check your state government website to determine if Club organised equestrian activities can be held.
POSTED 16th JULY 2021 – 5 DAY LOCKDOWN IN VICTORIA
From 11.50pm on Thursday 15th July – no organised equestrian activities are permitted in Victoria.
From 11.59pm on 27th June 2021
If you have been in the Greater Sydney region, including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour on or after Monday 21st June, follow the stay at home rules for 14 days after you left Greater Sydney.
Rallies and club activities are allowed with a density quotient for the venue of 1 person per 4sqm.
Masks must be worn indoors and outdoors unless you are exempt. Masks do not need to be worn outdoors if you are exercising vigorously.
Electronic check in using the NSW govt app is required.
COMPULSORY QR CODE REQUIREMENT
Rallies, clinics and Club activities – updated 2nd July
Following are standard requirements for HRCAV rallies, clinics and Club activities.
Note: Requirements for rallies, clinics and club activities can change. Follow current restrictions where they differ from information provided below.
- Review your CovidSafe plan to ensure it aligns with current requirements.
- Social distancing of 1.5m applies.
- Participant caps and density quotients as per current restrictions.
- Spectators and helpers are allowed.
- Face mask requirements as per current DHHS directives
- The free Victorian Government QR Code Service, or API linked digital system, must be used to maintain electronic record keeping from 26 March (a 28-day compliance amnesty will be in place until April 23). Link to Vic Govt QR code here
- Common use areas and surfaces are to be cleaned regularly. Encourage good hygiene and use of hand sanitiser
- Check with venue owners/managers regarding venue specific requirements.
- Communal change rooms, and toilets can open subject to density requirements.
- Clubrooms and other facilities may be opened with a the number of persons inside limited by current density quotients. A sign indicating the maximum number allowed should be posted at the entrance.
- Canteens can open – observe density quotients
- Schedule activities to expedite participation and avoid overcrowding.
- Implement processes to streamline check-in, payments and bookings – avoiding unnecessary gatherings and double handling of items.
- The CovidSafe app should be downloaded and active.
- Persons displaying any symptoms must not attend.
- Determine protocols if a person presents with symptoms.
- Appoint a Covid Safety officer to oversee activities.
It is strongly recommended that you run your activity within your capacity to deliver a CovidSafe environment. Keep numbers at a manageable level.
Clubs may open locked grounds for training and exercise provided a booking system is in place to monitor usage and assist tracing. Rules in line with the requirements for rallies and group training are to be applied.