Yuki Judo’s COVID-19 Policy

As the community continues moving out of the COVID-19 restrictions and having consulted with the city council, Yuki Judo is resuming its kids classes.
While we are excited about resuming our classes, we are also aware about the seriousness of the situation and we want to be returning in the safest possible manner.
That is why we ask you to read carefully the following measures and guidelines and communicate them to your kids.
In this way, we all can contribute to minimise community transmission while also keeping ourselves and others safe.

General Measures that will be taken by Yuki Judo:

  • Before each class, all contact surfaces (taps, light switches, chairs, etc) are going to be sanitised with hospital grade diluted disinfectant.
  • Equipment like rings, balls, etc. are going to be also sanitised before each class
  • After setting the mats, the complete surface is going to be sanitised with hospital grade diluted disinfectant before the start of the class.
  • Chairs for spectators are going to be set up 1.5m apart to comply with physical distancing rules for adults.
  • Only Kids classes are resuming. Adult classes are suspended until physical distancing rules are lifted for everyone. In that way, there is going to be only one class per day so we don’t have different groups in contact to each other
  • The instructor has the government’s COVID Safe app installed as an additional safeguard to be aware of any potential transmission risk in advance.

Measures for all people attending the venue (students and their parents/guardians):

  • Before resuming the classes, parents will need to review and digitally acknowledge this policy at Yuki Judo’s COVID policy webpage (http://yukijudo.com.au/covid19policy/). Alternatively, hard copies will be available at the venue.
  • If Students or someone in their family group feel unwell or present symptoms related to COVID-19, THEY CANNOT ATTEND THE CLASS until the person recovers or gets a negative result in a COVID-19 test. Please refer to the information section below for more information about symptoms.
    Remember that your symptoms could be mild and still be infected and able to spread the virus, so please don’t take any chances.
  • If the instructor identifies someone in the venue with COVID-19 like symptoms, that person and any other that belongs to his/her family group will need to leave the venue immediately. If the identification took place after they have been inside the venue, the class will be suspended until proper sanitisation can take place (PLEASE, let’s all be responsible so this never happens).
  • As per council requirements, all people attending the venue (students and parents/guardians) will be registered in an attendance form.
  • Students will be required to use hand sanitiser before entering the mat. Hand sanitiser will be provided by Yuki Judo.
  • We have always emphasised the use of shoes outside the mat, but now this rule will be strictly reinforced
  • Students and their parents/guardians will be required to arrive on time but not earlier than 5 minutes before the class to facilitate sanitising activities.
  • When the class is finished, people inside the venue will be asked to leave as soon as the class is over, in an orderly manner and respecting the 1.5m distance between adults.
  • The Venue capacity set by the council is going to be further reduced to 22 until further notice given that we have the space reduced by the mat set up.
  • We encourage to have only 1 parent/guardian per family group attending the class.
  • More than one parent/guardian per student will be allowed as spectators as long as the maximum number of people allowed at the venue stays below the limit and all spectators remain 1.5m away from each other.
    However, if the maximum number of people is exceeded, only one spectator per family group/student will be allowed to remain in the venue.

Information about COVID-19 Symptoms

This information was obtained from the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services website. Please go to https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/victorian-public-coronavirus-disease-covid-19#information-for-everyone for more information.

If you have any of the symptoms, however mild, you should avoid leaving your home, seek advice and get tested. To get further advice, call the 24-hour coronavirus hotline 1800 675 398, your general practitioner or use the government’s online self-assessment tool.

The symptoms to watch out for are:

  • Fever
  • Chills or sweats
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Runny nose
  • Loss of sense of smell

In certain circumstances headache, muscle soreness, stuffy nose, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea may also be considered.

Acknowledgement Submission

Please fill out and submit the acknowledgement below before coming to class