WHRRI_(Waterford Hills Road Racing, Incorporated)_COVID-19_preparedness_and_response_plan

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WHRRI_(Waterford Hills Road Racing, Incorporated)_COVID-19_preparedness_and_response_plan

Post by Franz » Sat May 30, 2020 12:50 am

a. This preparedness and response plan is made readily available to employees, volunteer workers, and clients by a combination including these methods: via website, email, and by hard copy. WHRRI protocol is available in the attachment included with this post, or additionally at the web link: https://ucarecdn.com/3c2b3214-2ca8-4aa9 ... 295777959/
b. For the interim, the president of WHRRI, rental agent, and/or the facilities manager will implement, monitor, and report on the COVID-19 control strategies developed under subsection (a).
c. COVID-19 training is provided volunteer workers via informative material available as described in section a.
d. As detailed in our protocol, daily entry self-screening for all volunteer workers and contractors is required before entering the workplace, including, a questionnaire covering symptoms and suspected or confirmed exposure to people with possible COVID-19.
e. Everyone at the track is to remain at least six feet from one another to the maximum extent possible, including through the use of ground markings, signs, and physical barriers, as appropriate at the track.
f. WHRRI provides non-medical grade face coverings to all volunteer workers and contractors.
g. WHRRI requires face coverings to be worn when volunteer workers and contractors cannot consistently maintain six feet of separation from other individuals at the track.
h. WHRRI is completing increased facility cleaning and disinfection to limit exposure to COVID-19, especially on high-touch surfaces (e.g., door handles), paying special attention to shared equipment (e.g., tools, machinery, vehicles).
i. WHRRI will thoroughly and completely clean and disinfect the facility in the event of a positive COVID-19 case at the track.
j. Cleaning supplies are available to volunteer workers and contractors upon entry and at the track and ample time is provided for employees to wash hands frequently or to use hand sanitizer.
k. If a volunteer worker or a contractor is identified with a confirmed case of COVID-19, within 24 hours, the following will be notified:
1. The local public health department, and
2. Any co-workers, contractors, or primary client contacts who may have come into contact with the person with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
l. Volunteer workers or contractors who have had a confirmed or suspected case of COVID-19 may only return to the workplace after they are no longer infectious according to the latest guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”).
m. Volunteer workers or contractors are encouraged to stay home or leave the track if they are at particular risk of infecting others with COVID-19.
n. In the event that any confirmed infection is identified at the track the response plan for dealing with this confirmed infection is to immediately isolate, send subject persons home and to temporarily close all areas of the track where the individual worked, to allow for deep cleaning.
o. Business-related travel for volunteer workers and contractors is limited to essential travel only.
p. All opportunities for WHRRI volunteer workers and contractors to work remotely are utilized to the fullest extent possible.
q. All viable infection-control measures that are reasonable related to work performed at the track in light of the rate of infection in the surrounding community are included and adopted proactively.
• WHRRI operations are primarily and traditionally performed outdoors, thus WHRRI:
a. prohibits gatherings of any size in which people cannot maintain six feet of distance from one another, and limits any gatherings to the maximum limit of 10. Individuals who are able to maintain six feet distance from one another, or who are from the same household are not limited.
b. limits in-person interaction with clients to the maximum extent possible, and bars any such interaction in which people cannot maintain six feet of distance from one another.
c. provides and requires the use of personal protective equipment such as gloves, goggles, face shields, and face coverings, as appropriate for activities being performed.
d. has adopted protocols to limit the sharing of tools and equipment to the maximum extent possible and ensures frequent and thorough cleaning and disinfection of tools, equipment, and frequently touched surfaces.
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WHRRI-USAC-PacificRaceways_Procedure_Layout_2020-06-01.pdf
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Re: WHRRI_(Waterford Hills Road Racing, Incorporated)_COVID-19_preparedness_and_response_plan

Post by Airindy » Sun May 31, 2020 4:27 pm

Franz, what is considered full capacity and hence 50% of that?
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Re: WHRRI_(Waterford Hills Road Racing, Incorporated)_COVID-19_preparedness_and_response_plan

Post by surratta » Mon Jun 01, 2020 10:23 am

at the bottom of the linked/attached document, it says:
COVID - COronaVirusID (IDentification)
is that intentional? I thought it was COronaVIrusDisease.(?)
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Re: WHRRI_(Waterford Hills Road Racing, Incorporated)_COVID-19_preparedness_and_response_plan

Post by Franz » Tue Jun 02, 2020 7:09 pm

Airindy wrote:
Sun May 31, 2020 4:27 pm
Franz, what is considered full capacity and hence 50% of that?
We have 156 Paddock Spaces. With 1 entrant in every other space, and 2 crew per entrant, a capacity of 236 persons is established.
The paddock spaces are 400 square feet each, or larger. This leaves space for distancing for 3 persons within each space.
Volunteer workers occupy other additional space, and comprise additional capacity.

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Re: WHRRI_(Waterford Hills Road Racing, Incorporated)_COVID-19_preparedness_and_response_plan

Post by Franz » Tue Jun 02, 2020 7:11 pm

surratta wrote:
Mon Jun 01, 2020 10:23 am
at the bottom of the linked/attached document, it says:
COVID - COronaVirusID (IDentification)
is that intentional? I thought it was COronaVIrusDisease.(?)
Thank You !

Better reference sources exist for COrona VIrus Disease (COVID) to update the document.

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