COVID-19 TRAINING GUIDANCE
DELEGATES PANDEMIC GUIDANCE FOR TRAINING WITH PHSS
Delegates will be sent general Covid-19 guidance and specific course information at the time of booking. The guidelines will apply for the duration of the training and they will be updated in line with Government and RYA advice.
Currently the number of delegates on each course are reduced to allow for social distancing. All courses will be adjusted accordingly to meet the guidelines with distancing, cleaning hands and equipment and any additional safety needs to mitigate risk. Please be patient with any delays and changes to the normal running of the training.
During the pandemic the galley facilities at the training venues are out of use, apologies. All refreshments, snacks, lunch requirements etc must be brought along to the training by individuals.
PPE is provided but everyone is to bring their own PPE as appropriate for their use and course type. Everyone must be happy with the training environment, potentially restricted space, close contact and the need for PPE and common sense throughout. Some of the training courses will require participants to work at close quarters, less than 2mtr for short periods of time to meet the syllabus and assessment process, especially Sea Survival, first aid and possibly on boats. If there are any concerns after discussing things with PHSS prior to the course, you should consider postponing the training to post Covid. Safety concerns during the course must be voiced immediately to be resolved. Instructors will check regularly that participants are comfortable with the procedures in place, which for the most part is wash your hands and equipment, cover your face, make space.
Anyone feeling unwell must stop the training at once, head home and follow the Government guidelines. Self-Isolate and report.
ALWAYS REMEMBER: WASH YOUR HANDS, COVER YOUR FACE, MAKE SPACE
For additional information tel: 01202 690505 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org