Table Tennis is set to resume from Monday 13th July. It is important that all players and visitors adhere to the following guidelines. This set of guidelines has been approved by the Management at Beaton Park and is a criteria for us to recommence.
Try to enter building on own where possible. Use hand sanitiser at door.
Upon entry into the Ted Tobin Hall go to the Control desk in single file and maintain 1.5metres between other individuals.
ALL persons to register at the Control Desk and provide your emergency contact details.
Only persons wearing gloves will be allowed to set up the tables, and only 2 persons inside the storage rooms at any one time. Gloves to be disposed of once table, nets and barriers are in place. Spray the tables with a diluted solution of white vinegar (1/2 part vinegar to 2 parts water)
The match ball will be collected from the Control desk and returned for cleaning at the end of the session There will be a sanitising station and wipes for the match ball accessible from each court area and use hand Sanitiser after completing each match and wipe the ball.
Bring your bag into the playing area, use own towel and return to bag each time. Do not put onto table. Water bottles to be marked with your name.
Wrist bands are recommended to minimise touching face.
DO NOT touch the table AT ALL.
Doubles is allowed.
Only the toilets in the facility will be accessible. NO showering is allowed
Only persons wearing gloves will be allowed to put tables, nets and barriers away and only 2 persons inside the storage rooms at any one time
Gloves to be disposed of once table, nets and barriers are stored away.
Use the EXIT door at the Leisure Centre Entrance and leave in single file.
It is recommended that all players have the App installed on their phone
If you are not feeling well stay at home, or been in any identified “hot spots”, or interstate, please get checked out before coming to Table Tennis activities. If necessary, isolate for 2 weeks, before returning to the Centre. If you have been confirmed of having COVID-19, you must contact the Leisure Centre and Dept of Health Management