This Risk Assessment is carried out by FC Marylebone to prevent injuries and

keep young football players safe while training at Paddington Recreation Ground.

 

CLUB SITE/ LOCATION:

Paddington Recreation Ground

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ASSESSORS NAME:

Edmond Grezda

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ASSESSORS SIGNATURE:

edmond grezda

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ASSESSMENT DATE:

06/08/2020

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ASSESSMENT REVIEW DATE:

updated alongside with new guidelines realised from government and FA

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ACTIVITY:

Football Training

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HEAD COACH/ LEADER:

Edmond Grezda

 

The return of football is something many are keen following COVID 19 pandemic but FCM has taken careful consideration the return to football training is as safe as possible. With return to new normality FC Marylebone prioritises the

 

Safety and wellbeing of all involved at the club, players, coaches, parents/careers, other involved in the game/training and community overall. In order to keep all community safe, FC Marylebone has undertaken a risk assessment which is in line with Government and FA guidelines. This risk assessment is conducted considering everyone’s inclusion in a safe way

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This section will be updated in accordance with Government and FA guidelines whenever these guidelines will change. 

 

Measures in place to prevent the spread of the virus.

 

1.Before restarting football activity all coaches/players/parents should be reassured that Government and FA guidelines are followed.

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Parents/Players/Coaches to be notified with FA guidelines Clubs

Covid-19 Risk Assessment. Parents/carers to give consent for their kids to start training/games

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Travel to venue

 avoid public transportation and traveling withdifferent households, wear a mask when in confined spaces and when

entering the sports facilities (parent/carer/other team official to be informed on the FA guidelines)

 

Arriving and leaving

parent/carter/players/other team official to be notified to arrive shortly before the session/game starts and leave

promptly when session/game ends.  Parents/cares/players/other team official should not be congregated at the venue and should keep social distancing

. (parent/carer/players/other team official to be informed on the guidelines together with consent for their kids to start training)

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Self-checks before training session

All players to check on temperature (high temperature above 37.8oC), symptoms of cough,

shortness of breath and loss of taste. If any of the above symptoms apply then the player will not participate on the training session.

Parent/Carer/player/other team official to be advised to take the child home and seek help from NHS.

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Uniforms 

All players to come changed, ready for the game/session as no changing rooms are available to reduce risks of crowds in

confine spaces.  Parent/Carer/player/other team officials to be advised to take the child home and seek help from NHS.

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Water bottles and hand sanitiser

No sharing of the bottled water.  All players must bring their own named bottle of water and own hand

sanitiser. The placement of these items should be dispersed to avoid players coming together. (all coaches to action on players arrival)

 

Equipments

handling of the equipments to be done by 1 appointedcoaching team who will be the only people to setup and unset the training ground. Schedule for handling of the equipments in place.

Person in charge to handle the equipments must check for any damage equipments and remove, if equipments are handed by more then

appointed coaches, hand sanitiser to be used straight away and wipe the equipments with bacterial wipes (all coaching team to apply)

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Arriving to game/session stations 

set up stations for all young

players before training session (cones for each kid) where they can put their stuff (water, sanitiser) (all coaching team to apply)

 

 

2.While running the session/game

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Social distancing during the session/games

 no hand shakes or high fives. (all coaches to action on players arrival)

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Bibs

no bibs to be used to avoid contamination by multiple use from

different players. During games all subs to wear their own training jumpers to avoid interference with the game.

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Balls

when ball goes out to the surroundings of the pitch, to be sanitised with bacterial wipers.

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Equipments

 not to be touched by the players with hands including the balls, if the equipments are touched more than one person with

hands, to use straight after hand sanitiser.(all coaches to action onplayers arrival)

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Spitting

refrain players/coaches from spitting. Use personal tissue if needed (all coaches to action on players arrival)

 

Injuries & Sickness

If a player gets injured, a member of household should or support bubble can support them. If injury

requires the aid of a first-aider, they should be equipped with personal PPE. If a player feels ill, must be removed from the session

immediately and advice the NHS guidance (all coaches to action onthe session)

 

Spectators

No spectators or parents are allowed near the side line or inside the fencing of the pitch.

parent/carer/players/other team official to be informed for the guidelines.

 

In games 

maximum number of players including coaching team not to excite 18

 

 

ALL THE ABOVE ACTION TO BE FOLLOWED BY ALL COACHING TEAM AND SAME TIME THE SAFETY STEPS

ABOVE TO BE AGREED BY PARENTS TOGETHER WITH THEIR CONSENT AGREEMENT TO BRING THEIR KIDS TO TRAINING.

 

 

© FC Marylebone – August 2020