Covid-19 Risk Assessments for in-person Yoga classes

The following Risk Assessments have been carried out for Belper Leisure Centre and Fleet Arts Community Centre in Belper:

Kath’s Dru Yoga. Covid-19 risk assessment for in-person yoga classes. Venue: Belper Leisure Centre    


HazardWho is at risk?Precautions – how to reduce risk of infectionIn Place – date
Environment all surfaces
yoga students Teacher Other users of the venue – staff and public* Spaces limited and marked out for mats prior to class – more than 2m for movement is needed
* Disinfect handles and touch points before and after class
* floor cleaned between each class
6.8.20
Equipmentyoga mats blankets/blocks/straps/cushions Bags and clothing Water
Yoga students Teacher
* BLC to operate contact list for ‘track and trace’ as per Government guidance.
* Students and teacher to bring own mat and equipment and disinfect/wash between classes
* Students to bring own water in bottles and not to share
* Sanitiser spray and disposable tissue provided for cleaning of equipment
* Students and teacher to arrive ‘class ready’ and avoid use of changing rooms
* Students encouraged to keep equipment with them rather than leaving bags etc at sides of the hall
* Teacher to stay at least 2m away from class, and not move around during class
* Teacher to use headset mic and amplifier when teaching
* Teacher to avoid any yoga practices where students may touch their face
6.8.20
Peoplearriving to class Departing from class During class Need for toilet break Yoga students* remind students to keep social distancing when arriving and departing class and during class, and to use hand gel provided
* Notify where toilets are
6.8.20
August 2020 Review date: August 2021. http://www.kathsdruyoga.com

Kath’s Dru Yoga. Covid-19 Risk Assessment for in-person yoga class.          Venue: Fleet Arts, Belper.


HazardWho is at risk?Precautions – how to reduce risk of infectionIn Place – date
Environment all surfacesyoga students Teacher Other users of the venue – staff and public* Spaces limited to 6 in main hall for mats prior to class – more than 2m for  movement is needed.
* Teacher to bring tape measure to check safe distances Disinfect handles, furniture and touch points (light switches, window latches)   before and after class
* Open windows and doors to room for  ventilation
17.8.20
Equipmentyoga mats blankets/blocks/straps/cushions Bags and clothing WaterYoga students Teacher* Teacher to keep contact list for ‘track and trace’ as per Government guidance.
* Students and teacher to bring own mat and equipment and disinfect/wash between classes
* Students to bring own water in bottles and not to share
* Sanitiser spray and disposable tissue provided for cleaning of equipment
* Students and teacher to arrive ‘class ready’ and avoid use of changing rooms
* Students encouraged to keep equipment with them rather than leaving bags etc at sides of the hall
* Teacher to stay at least 2m away from class, and not move around during class
* Teacher to use headset mic and amplifier when teaching
17.8.20
Peoplearriving to class
Departing from class
During class
Need for toilet break
Yoga students Teacher
* remind students to keep social distancing when arriving and departing class and during class,
* follow one-way system and to use sanitising hand gel provided
* Notify where toilets are and maximum 2 people in toilet area at time.
* Teacher to provide sanitising mat spray, disposable wipes and alcohol hand gel 
* Teacher to avoid any yoga practices where students may touch their face
* For arriving and departing class, using   kitchen and toilets, students encouraged to wear face covering
* Face coverings not mandatory during yoga or exercise class if adequate ventilation and distancing
17.8.20
August 2020. Review date: August 2021. http://www.kathsdruyoga.com

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