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The Queensland Eight Ball Federation have adopted the Industry Covid Safe Plan for Indoor Sports Group.

Overview:

If there are multiple activities being undertaken at a venue/facility (for example - dining, sports, approved training courses, fitness or recreational), several approved industry plans may apply. If this is the case, the following will apply:
 Where there is clear separation between the activities (e.g. dining and sport) the relevant plan applies to the relevant area. A COVID Safe Statement of Compliance for the appropriate plan will be displayed in each area. Providers that have opted-in to comply with the relevant Industry COVID Safe Plan in stage 2 may continue to display the Statement of Compliance previously provided.
 Where the activities cross over (for example amenities, entry/exits, carparks):
o Where possible these areas of cross over will be minimised. Such as designating a particular entry, exit, amenities and carpark for each activity.
o Where the cross over cannot be minimised, a decision will be made as to which plan takes priority in which common area and will be followed.
 For example, the entry, exit, carpark and amenities may be common to both activities and will be managed under the dining plan.
 In this case the entity responsible for the dining plan will ensure these areas are appropriately managed and the separate groups from the dining and sport activity will not intermingle.
Where a business is operating alongside of a not-for-profit community group, the business would normally take responsibility for managing the shared or common areas.
The approved Industry plans are located at www.COVID19.qld.gov.au.

More documentation can be found here https://qpool.com.au/qebf-policies/covid-19

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COVID SAFETY PLAY - INDOOR TEAM SPORT

 PUBLISHED FRI 05 JUN 2020

Today, Friday 5 June, the Indoor Team Sport Industry plan was  approved by the Queensland Chief Health Officer.

Click here to view the Indoor Team Sport COVID Safety Plan 

Click here to view the Outdoor Team Sport COVID Safety Plan

 
 
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SPORT INDUSTRY PLANS FOR RESUMPTION OF SPORTING ACTIVITY BEING SIGNED OFF BY CHIEF HEALTH OFFICER

 PUBLISHED THU 04 JUN 2020

QSport, the Queensland sports collective of 70 of the 80 plus State Sporting Organisations (SSOs) in Queensland, has received advice that the first of four sport sector Industry Plans covering field team sports for the resumption of sporting activity under Stage 2 easing of COVID-19 restrictions has been signed off by the State's Chief Health Officer. 

Stage 2 easing brought forward to midday Monday allowed for gatherings of up to 20 people engage in non-contact indoor and outdoor community sport activity and also in pools indoor and outdoor and community sports clubs. 

It also enabled more than 20, subject to approval of COVID SAFE Industry Plans, which were developed last week by QSport's four groups covering Aquatic, Field Team, Indoor and Outdoor Sports covering the 70 QSport member SSOs.

QSport CEO Peter Cimmiskey said the quick detailed reponse by the QSport Sport Groups and their members was critical in obtaining approval that will enable those clubs accessing multiple playing spaces in venues to optimise the opportunity for their club participants to resume involvement once checklist requirements were organised by club officials. 

"Activity is expected to take the form of training in preparation for the start of competitions when further easing of COVID-19 restrictions kicks in next month in Stage 3."

"With sport suspended since mid to late March, many sportspeople will be keen to resume and we can expect to see people back in many sporting venues in the weeks ahead, enjoying the benefits that community sport provides."

"What QSport and its 70 member SSOs want to see is clubs doing the right thing by way of proper preparation and then implementation during June that optimises the chances of moving without any problems into Stage 3 and regular competition."

"SSOs will be providing guidelines and other materials to assist and we're all hopeful that it all works out satisfactorily for all concerned."

Approved Industry Plans for sport will appear on the State's COVID-19 website and the QSport website. 

For further information, contact QSport CEO Peter Cimmiskey on 0418 185 008.

Reference: https://www.qsport.org.au/news/sport-industry-plans-for-resumption-of-sporting-activity/

AIS FRAMEWORK FOR REBOOTING SPORT IN A COVID-19
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THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF SPORT (AIS) FRAMEWORK FOR REBOOTING SPORT IN A COVID-19 ENVIRONMENT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:

The AIS Framework is a timely tool for ‘how’ reintroduction of sport activity will occur in a cautious and methodical manner, to optimise athlete and community safety. Decisions regarding the timing of resumption of sporting activity (the ‘when’) must be made in close consultation with Federal, State/Territory and Local Public Health Authorities. The priority at all times must be to preserve public health, minimising the risk of community transmission.