The purpose of this document is to provide general procedures for Mariposa Gymnastics Club to follow. These procedures are subject to the guidance provided by our public health departments, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Gymnastics Ontario. As the situation with COVID-19 continues to change and the guidance from these agencies can shift with little to no notice, Mariposa Gymnastics Club reserves the right to adjust these procedures, with or without amending these written procedures.
In order to protect the health and safety of Mariposa Gymnastic employees and their families, as well as participants and their families, we have implemented the following procedures in the event that an employee, member of the employee’s household, or gym participant tests positive for COVID-19, as well as certain other procedures regarding COVID-19.
Mariposa Gymnastics Coaches Daily Expectations:
All employees will submit a self assessment at the beginning of each working day, with the Uplifter system. Register as a member and follow prompts.
At a minimum, coaches will wash or sanitize their hands at the beginning of their shift, between rotations and in between classes as well as at the end of your shift to help keep yourself and others safe.
Coaches will be expected to wear a mask and maintain a physical distance from gymnasts at this time. Spotting will be allowed on a LIMITED basis in competitive programs. Recreational spotting is not allowed at this time but will be assessed again prior to September 4th
If you are ill, please do not come to work. Please contact your supervisor and the gym will look after substitutes.
Illness at work
The employee will be sent home if displaying and/or reporting any of the following symptoms: cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, and new loss of taste or smell.
Employees sent home with a fever can return to work when:
- He or she has had has been tested for COVID has had a negative test and is no longer symptomatic.