Collecting participant details at tennis venues
Why should your club be collecting participant details?
Under the current Tennis Victoria Return to Tennis Guidelines and Return to Tennis Toolkit we have recommended that all tennis venues who open for play should be tracking all participants entering their venue. It is important during these times to know who is at your venue and have their contact details, should a COVID-19 outbreak occur, and you are required to communicate with users.
What is a QR code?
A QR code works exactly like a barcode. Visitors to your club will be able to scan the QR code with the camera on their mobile phone. This will then automatically direct them to a website where they can enter their personal contact details, which you will be able to access and track.
How does it work?
When a mobile phone camera hovers over the QR code a notification will appear on the phone taking your visitor directly to your club’s tracing website. From the website you will be able to download a list of everyone who has used the QR code and entered your facility. All data entered in VisitSafe is held securely and is available only to the VisitSafe account holders. Visitor data will be deleted after 28 days.
In the ineterest of following government guidelines and keeping everyone safe as we return to the tennis court, we ask all visitors to check-in with contact details at each visit.
Please use your mobile phone or other internet enabled device to snap the QR code on this poster or visit www.visitsafe.at/coatesvilletc and complete the form presented.
Follow this process each time you visit and please contact the committee if you have any questions or need assistance.
Thank you for visiting and for helping us keep the community safe.
The following is a guide to safe play at Coatesville Tennis Club. There is a four-step process that all members should familiarise when planning for a hit.
For now, access is strictly limited to members only.
BEFORE ARRIVING TO COATESVILLE TC
DO NOT COME TO COATESVILLE TC IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY SYMPTOMS OF FLU OR FEVER
WHEN ARRIVING TO COATESVILLE TC
WHEN PLAYING ON YOUR ALLOCATED COURT
- Possible combinations are;
Please ensure you do not leave anything behind as all lost property will be disposed of.
WHEN CONCLUDING PLAY
Your assistance in abiding by these protocols is important to allow us to continue to remain open with limited play/coaching. Overall, the safety of everyone involved with Coatesville Tennis Club is paramount; the COVID-19 crisis is not over and we must continue to be careful. Let’s work safely together to ensure the courts remain open and we can continue to enjoy our tennis.
Please contact a Committee member if you have any questions.
Committee Members are;
PRESIDENT: Jodie English – 0427 577 688
TREASURER: Peter Grimes – 0407 313 339
SECRETARY: Lisa Hill – 0438 013 148
MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Ann Truscott – 0459 679 151
PENNANT SECRETARY: Michael Burke – 0408 568 036
MID-WEEK WOMEN’S REP: Louise Wood – 0400 598 573
SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Carmel McConnell – 0481 109 448
DIRECTOR OF TENNIS: Ottavio Boron (Occy) – 0417 015 588
GENERAL COMMITTEE: Vince Ho, Richard Rossi, Jeanne Pickering and Andy Mair
Coatesville Tennis Club has been guided by directives received from the Victorian State Government, Tennis Victoria, Sport and Recreation Victoria and Glen Eira City Council in making the decision to open the courts to members under modified conditions.
We have enforced these conditions to ensure that members, coaches and any third parties using the facilities are not put at any unnecessary risk. We all have a responsibility to adhere to these rules and regulations to ensure our own safety, the safety of others and the ongoing viability of Coatesville Tennis Club.
We trust that all users will act responsibly and adhere to their duty of care in abiding by Government requirements and directions from the club to its members.
These conditions will be reviewed in line with any new announcements and members should stay up to date by monitoring the club website, social media and email channels.
Non-compliance may result in the suspension, cancellation of membership or further disciplinary action.