Woollahra Sailing Club return to sport and COVID safety plan. Latest NSW Health COVID-19 news and updates. Keep 1.5 metres apart and allow 4 square metres per person.• Maximum group size of 10 people.• Please rig outside the yard if possible. Phase 2 of our Irish Sailing “Return to Sailing Scheme” is now updated to outline the measures that sailing, windsurfing and powerboating organisations and members can put in place to ensure a safe return to the water. Use of the facilities and the harbour is conducted at your own risk!• Failure to comply with this policy may result in temporary suspension of membership!• Failure to comply with this policy may result in very significant penalties for individuals and the Club!• Failure to comply with this policy may result in complete closure of the Club! 28 March 2020. The revised document takes into account the easing of Covid-19 restrictions announced by Government last week, and which come into effect from Monday 29 June. There should be no mixing between groups. Procedures for the Start Box – here (updated version for GH racing at the Club), Procedures for Safety Boat launching and recovery – here, Procedures for Helms in Pursuit Races – here (New procedures for GH racing – here). While the current status remains in place, Sport Ireland’s advice is … “Based on current Government advice if the competitors are coming from outside Dublin to participate in senior national competition then that is permissible. Exam preparation courses, where possible, may be delivered without living on board. For those on Level 2 there is little if any change to the current status for organising sailing activities. • The Club toilets and changerooms are open. You may require an access fob to open the gate. Rose Bay, NSW 2029 This rule applies in all areas and should be strictly observed when rigging/derigging your boat (be aware of members of the public crossing in front of the boat park). Leo Varadkar made the announcement this afternoon following a meeting of the National Public Health Emergency team today. Online resources - Irish Sailing will look at what kind of online resources can be made available to Instructors and Training Centres to assist in preparing for the sailing season during this period of suspended activity. We feel it is important to share our current thinking at this stage to help Clubs and Centres with their planning. If you sail out of sight of the Club then please sail with a ‘buddy’. These will focus on managing courses with regard to the arrangements which have been made for newly qualifying instructors and instructors unable to revalidate.