Guitar For All COVID-19 Safety Plan


Please be assured that all of our tutors teaching face to face music lessons are fully vaccinated.

Business name : Guitar For All
Business location : Freshwater 2096
Email address : info@guitarforall.com.au

Effective date : 1 September 2021

Date completed : 29 September 2021




Wellbeing of staff and customers


Exclude people who are unwell from the premises.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Students and tutors agree to stay at home and cancel the lesson when feeling unwell with cold or flu like symptoms. Consult with their doctor and only return to lessons when clear of all symptoms and make sure to get the Covid negative result before returning to lessons.


Provide staff with information and training on COVID-19, including when to get tested, physical distancing, wearing masks, and cleaning.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Tutors and students agree to sanitise on arrival and departure, wear a mask at all times and maintain a social distancing of 1.5m. Ensure the one person per 4 sqm limit is adhered to at all times.


Display conditions of entry including requirements to stay away if unwell and record keeping.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Poster display outlining physical distancing, hygiene and cleaning, record keeping and wellbeing of staff and customers.


Other types of venues or facilities within the premises must complete COVID-19 Safety Plans where applicable. If contact details are captured electronically upon entry to the main premises on the relevant day, additional collection of contact details via electronic methods may not be required if there is no other public access to the sub-premises. However, additional contact details and time of entry must be captured where these sub-premises are gyms, entertainment facilities, hospitality venues, nightclubs and retail premises.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

All tutor visit times are recorded in the business database.


Encourage staff to access COVID-19 vaccination.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Staff are informed of COVID-19 vaccination availability. Exchange sighting of tutor's and student's (parents') Covid Vaccination Status. (Only needed on the first day back to Face to Face lessons).




Physical distancing


Capacity must not exceed one person per 4 square metres of space in indoor areas of the premises and one person per 2 square metres of space in outdoor areas of the premises.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Number of people indoors is limited to ensure the one person per 4 sqm limit is adhered to.


Ensure 1.5m physical distancing where possible, including:

- at points of mixing or queuing
- between seated groups
- between staff.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Tutors and students agree to 1.5m physical distancing.

Agree


Avoid congestion of people in specific areas where possible.

Tell us how you will do this:

No mixing or queuing of students.


Have strategies in place to manage gatherings that may occur immediately outside the premises, such as pick-up and drop-off zones.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

No mixing or queuing of students.




Ventilation


Review the COVID-19 guidance on ventilation available on NSW Government and consider which measures are relevant to your premises before completing this COVID-19 Safety Plan.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Keep windows and doors open.


Use outdoor settings wherever possible.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Promote the use of outdoor settings for conducting music lessons.


In indoor areas, increase natural ventilation by opening windows and doors where possible.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Keep windows and doors open to increase natural ventilation.


In indoor areas, increase mechanical ventilation where possible by optimising air conditioning or other system settings (such as by maximising the intake of outside air and reducing or avoiding recirculation of air).

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Use a HEPA air filter if available and keep the windows and doors open to increase natural ventilation.


Ensure mechanical ventilation systems are regularly maintained to optimise performance (for example through regular filter cleaning or filter changes).

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Regular filter cleaning and filter changes.


Consider consulting relevant experts such as building owners or facility managers, ventilation engineers and industrial or occupational hygienists to optimise indoor ventilation.

Agree




Hygiene and cleaning


Face masks must be worn by staff and customers in indoor areas, unless exempt.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

All tutors and students are required to wear face masks as according to the current government guidelines.
Adopt good hand hygiene practices. Have hand sanitiser at key points around the venue.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Have hand sanitiser available for use on arrival and departure of music studio.
Ensure bathrooms are well stocked with hand soap and paper towels or hand dryers.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Regularly stocked.
Clean frequently used indoor hard surface areas (including children’s play areas) at least daily with detergent/disinfectant. Clean frequently touched areas and surfaces several times per day.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Use sanitiser, wipes and disinfectant spray in teaching room.



Record keeping


Use the NSW Government QR code system to collect an electronic record of the name, contact number and entry time for all staff, customers and contractors.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Mandatory QR code check in displayed at entry of business.


Processes must be in place to ensure that people provide the required contact information, such as by checking phones for the green tick to confirm they have checked in (keeping 1.5m physical distance between staff and patrons). QR codes should be clearly visible and accessible including at entrances to the premises.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

QR code made clearly visible and accessible at entrance to business.
If a person is unable to provide contact details, for example due to age or language barriers, another person may provide contact details on their behalf. If it is not possible for check-in to occur, keep a record of the name, contact number and entry time for all staff, customers and contractors for a period of at least 28 days. These records must be provided in an electronic format such as a spreadsheet as soon as possible, but within 4 hours, upon request from an authorised officer.

Agree


Tell us how you will do this:

Keep diligent records.

I agree to keep a copy of this COVID-19 Safety Plan at the business premises

Agree