OPC remains closed for competition but Open Access training has been available since Friday 15 May. The club is following State Government advice for the resumption of community sport by actioning the Australian Institute of Sport’s Framework for rebooting sport in a COVID-19 environment.
On Monday 1 June the State Government relaxed rules to allow up to 20 people to participate in non-competitive outdoor group sport provided social distancing can be maintained. Subject to State Government advice indoor training activities may be relaxed from Monday 22 June.
OPC has put in place the following operating rules to ensure compliance with regulations as well as the health and safety of club members:
- People feeling unwell should not come to the club to train
- Ranges are available Open Access from Sunrise to 9.30pm
- Club rooms will not be open only the toilets so bring your own targets and ammo
- Members only (Open Access can be provided to members without Open Access)
- You MUST complete the Sport Australia attendance register (and put up the flag if not up)
- If you meet other members avoid physical greetings, e.g. handshakes, as well as coughing, clearing nose or spitting in the vicinity of others
- Training duration is limited to two (2) hours to ensure fair access for all
- MAXIMUM of four (4) people on each range at any one time
- If the ranges are at capacity wait in the carpark OR come back later
- Ranges use has been dedicated as follows:
- Ranges 1 & 3 – IPSC
- Range 2 – Service Match
- Ranges A/B, C/D, E/F – ISSF disciplines
- Range G/H – Service 25 & Classic Match
- Hand sanitiser is available on each range – use before and after training
- Disinfectant is also available on all ranges – if you use any surface (shooting table) wipe it down when you finish
Member use of club facilities will be monitored by CCTV and spot checks by committee. Anyone found breaking these rules will have their Open Access cancelled.