COVIDSafe Conditions of Entry | Mary Kehoe Centre

PROVIDING A SAFE PLACE FOR ALL U3APP MEMBERS


Before Leaving Home

    1. Do NOT Enter the Premises or Attend a Class
      • If you are diagnosed as having COVID-19
      • If you are in breach of any quarantine requirements
      • If you are waiting for the results of a COVID test
      • If you are feeling unwell, please stay at home.

    2. bring with you

      • your hand sanitizer
      • your sanitising wipes
      • your water bottle or drinking cup
      • any equipment for your class e.g. exercise equipment or cushion
    3. dress appropriately as, while the aircon/heating can be on, there will be fresh air from open doors and windows

When you arrive at Mary Kehoe Centre

    1. arrive no more than 5-10 minutes before your class starts
    2. sign out parking permit
    3. use the hand sanitiser on entry

 

In the Building

  1. maintain physical distance:
    • walk straight through to your classroom, without loitering in the hall
  2. practise good hygiene:
    • use your disinfectant wipes to wipe down your touchpoints and any material supplied by U3APP
    • keep your own equipment to yourself
    • sanitise your hands frequently
  3. good ventilation assists in minimising airborne transmission risks, so ensure the air-conditioning unit is switch on

When you leave

  1. leave the building within 5 minutes of your class finishing
  2. take your own equipment home with you
  3. in the Hall, leave by the rear door
  4. wipe the parking permit before signing it back in

Room Capacities, should COVID density restrictions be in place

 Maximum Number of People in the Room

 restriction

type of course

1 per 2 sqm

 

1 per 4sqm

singing, music playing OR exercising

Hall8643
Room 195
Room 295
Room 32211

Abide by quarantine rules

Please notify the U3APP Health & Safety Officer (hso@u3app.org.au) if you test positive to COVID-19; this assists in contact tracing and any follow-up action which may be required to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all U3APP Members

COVIDSafe - Providing a safe place for all U3APP Members

U3APP COVIDSafe policies, plans and procedures align and comply with the public health orders and directives of the Victorian State Government and the conditions of venue hire set out by the City of Port Phillip Council and are ratified by the U3APP Committee of Management.

Because COVIDSafe circumstances can change quickly, these are closely monitored to ensure the U3APP policies, plans and procedures align with any changes whenever they occur.

More information

Compliance

Compliance with all U3APP rules and conditions of entry ensures that we are providing a safe place for all Members, that we minimise any risks and that the organisation responsibly meets its duty of care obligations to all its Members.

Non-compliance is managed according to the policies and procedures clearly set out in the U3APP Policies & Procedures Manual (available on the U3APP website):

  • 4.1 Code of Conduct Policy
  • 4.1.e Grievance Policy and Non-compliance resolution procedures - Health & Safety and conditions of entry

In the event of non-compliance with any of the Conditions of Entry, the U3APP Office Volunteer or Tutor will inform the person: “I am required to request that you comply with…rule or condition of entry. If there is non-compliance I am expected to refer the matter to the Health & Safety Officer.”

Exemptions

Please contact the U3APP Health & Safety Officer (hso@u3app.org.au) if you are seeking approval vaccination exemption.

(Note also that from 6:00pm 12 November 2021, you can no longer use a medical certificate as evidence of COVID-19 vaccination exemption and your doctor needs to update your record on the Australian Immunisation Register).

 

Every member of U3APP has the right to:

  • feel safe and secure;
  • a supportive and positive learning environment;
  • participate in learning, social and recreational opportunities;
  • make a complaint and receive prompt and fair resolution thereof;
  • have access to guidelines, policies and procedures adopted by U3APP.
    (Extract from the U3APP code of conduct)

Effective as of 4 August 2022