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COVID-19:Screening & Procedures
In Case of Illness
The following screen will be used on arrival:
Staff will ask the participant if they have been sick recently, displaying any of the following symptoms:
Shortness of breath
Loss of taste or smell
Staff may make a visual inspection of the participant for signs of illness which could include flushed cheeks, rapid breathing or difficulty breaking.
Staff will conduct Temperature Screening using a non-contact infrared temporal thermometer.
100.3 degrees or less: Participants with temperature below 100.3 degrees will be admitted into the program and directed to hygiene station where they must wash or sanitize their hands.
100.4 degrees or more: Participant will be directed to go home and any session will be suspended.
***Participants not admitted into program due to symptoms of illness will not be allowed into the program until they have been free of fever (defined as 100.4 degrees or higher) for at least 72 hours without use of fever-reducing medicines, any other signs of COVID-19 related symptoms have significantly improved in the last 72 hours, at least seven days have passed since any COVID-19 symptoms first appeared and they have complied with all directives from their health care provider.***
Employees performing health screening of program participants will wear gloves, mask and eye protection.
The following program participant check-in procedures are designed to maintain physical distancing during the initial health screening process:
Please call when you have arrived and meet outside of the front gate. Please use the gate with the stairs directly in front of the house.
Physical distancing measures will be taken by keeping the patrons on the other side of check-in station 6 feet from employees and other participants.
Floor markers or other visual cues designating six feet spacing will be placed for participants if waiting in line for check in.
Clients should bring and wear face coverings at check-in and anytime when 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained. Face coverings should be kept in their possession even when NOT being worn. A plastic ziplock bag to keep mask/face protection is encouraged.
For new clients, any forms can be completed digitally and therefore no signatures or pens will be required.
Self screens are encourage prior to arrival. Participants noting possible COVID-19 symptoms are requested to notify the Athletic Trainer and stay home.
If a participant begins to feel ill during a session or if staff observes a participant with a cough or shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, the client will be asked to don their mask and return home.
Once the participant has left. Staff will thoroughly disinfect any areas of contact.
Participants sent home due to symptoms of illness will not be allowed into the program until they have been free of fever (defined as 100.4 degrees or higher) for at least 72 hours without use of fever-reducing medicines, any other signs of COVID-19 related symptoms have significantly improved in the last 72 hours, at least seven days have passed since any COVID-19 symptoms first appeared and they have complied with all directives from their health care provider.
Anyone becoming ill at anytime during a sessions, will be asked to report illness to the Athletic Trainer immediately (especially if they present with any COVID related symptoms) to mitigate the spread of any outbreak.
If a participant/client tests positive for COVID, any other clients who have attended adjacent sessions or sessions on the same day as an ill client will be notified.
All participants will be encouraged to wear a mask during each session but it will remain optional. Eye protection and gloves are also at the discretion of the client. Gloves will be available if requested.
Masks must be present at check-in and must remain on hand through the entirety of each training session.
Staff will maintain mask, eye protection and gloves throughout each session.
Doors and windows to the exterior of the house in the studio will remain open through the entirety of the session. Please dress appropriately.
All participants will be asked to remain 6 feet apart at all times. When not possible clients will be required to wear a mask.
Only individual sessions will be available in-studio. Co-training sessions will only be available at a park or other outdoor venue.
All surfaces and equipment used during each session will be disinfected. Equipment used will be placed in a disinfectant zone to keep track of items used. A $15 cleaning fee will be charged to clients each session. (Zoom sessions will be exempt from a cleaning fee.)
What is the difference between an Athletic Trainer and a Personal Trainer?
According to the National Athletic Trainer's Association, "Athletic training is often confused with personal training. There is, however, a large difference in the education, skillset, job duties and patients of an athletic trainer and a personal trainer. Athletic trainers provide physical medicine, rehabilitative and preventative services. Athletic trainers treat a breadth of patients, including but not limited to: professional, college, secondary school and youth athletes, dancers, musicians and military personnel. To become certified athletic trainer, a student must graduate with bachelors or masters degree from an accredited professional athletic training education program and pass a comprehensive test administered by the Board of Certification. Once certified, they must meet ongoing continuing education requirements in order to remain certified." Check out this article from the NATA on Personal Trainers vs. Athletic Trainers.