Dance4Passion

Covid 19 Risk Assessment

Hazard

Surface transfer of virus

Guidance / Things to consider

  • Provide and encourage regular handwashing and the use of hand sanitiser
  • Signage to ensure awareness of need to avoid contact
  • Maintain regular and thorough cleaning

Action Agreed

  • Provide and encourage regular handwashing and the use of hand sanitiser
  • Signage to ensure awareness of need to avoid contact
  • Maintain regular and thorough cleaning

Hazard

Overcrowding

Guidance / Things to consider

  • Follow government social distancing guidelines
  • Identify the number of people that can reasonably follow the guidelines
  • Identify ‘pinch points’ i.e. corridors, toilets, entrance/exits

Action Agreed

  • 2m floor markers are in place in the studios
  • Safely assessed that 22 people can fit in each of the large studios
  • Couples from the same household are allowed to dance together
  • One way system in place for entry/exits and corridors

Hazard

Contact and crowding when moving through the studios

Guidance / Things to consider

  • Use signage to control the flow of people
  • Manage queues

Action Agreed

  • One way signage in place
  • Internal floor markers are in place

Hazard

Contact and crowding whilst using the studios

Guidance / Things to consider

  • Suspend or modify activity where social distancing cannot be maintained
  • Floor spacing per individual should be provided
  • Spectators should be avoided where possible

Action Agreed

  • Partnered dancing permitted with cohabiting couples
  • Floor markers are in place throughout the studios
  • Adjustments can be made for those with additional needs

Hazard

Droplet Transmission

Guidance / Things to consider

  • Ventilation should be increased where possible
  • Music should be at a level where there is no need to raise voices

Action Agreed

  • Doors and windows will be open where possible and extractor fans are in place
  • Music will be controlled to a reasonable level by staff