HYGIENE AND SAFETY CONCEPT COVID-19

SAFE AND HEALTHY THROUGH THE WINTER SEASON 2020/2021

Winter sports in the great outdoors make it easier to keep to the rules of distance and hygiene and reduce the risk of infection.

In order to be able to enjoy a successful and safe winter season together, the following measures of our hygiene concept apply, which, depending on official requirements and regulations, can also be implemented in cooperation with the lift operators

as well as the DSLV (German Ski Instructors Association) can be adapted and possibly changed again and again.

With the observance of all the usual rules, which have become a habit for all of us in the meantime, winter sports are also possible in times of Corona.

The protection of our customers and employees is our highest priority.

1. booking possibility

Booking a course or a snowshoe tour is only possible online.

Thus the tracing of possible chains of infection is possible

We recommend early booking of courses, as the number of participants is limited.

When registering for the course, we ask you to choose the correct level based on experience

of the student to choose from, beginners, beginners with previous knowledge,

Advanced or expert.

Since we do not change the group of participants and the teacher, the

correct classification of skills is very important at the registration.

For students with their own equipment, the equipment must be

be adapted and adjusted to the student.

An adjustment and adjustment on our premises is unfortunately not possible this season.

possible.

2. confirmation of the student’s and teacher’s state of health

Each participant / client must confirm in writing his current state of health on the first day of the course with his signature.
People infected with Covid-19 or people with the symptoms of Covid-19 cannot participate in the course. For participants under 18 years of age, this confirmation must be signed by a parent or guardian.

These confirmations of all participants must be kept by the snow sports school for four weeks after the end of the course and then destroyed.

Participants/customers who are subject to a quarantine order by the health authorities cannot take part in the course

Participants/customers who arrive for the course from a risk area (according to the current list of the RKI, see chapter 12), who have been in a risk area in the last 10 days before the course starts and who have stayed for more than 24 hours in a row in a neighbouring country that is designated as a risk area
is, were, cannot take part in the course, because those in the federal states are subject to quarantine in accordance with the respective entry quarantine regulation (EQV). The exceptions from this quarantine obligation are regulated by the corresponding regulations in the federal states.
Customers who have symptoms of disease, have been in a risk area in the last 10 days or are in quarantine are excluded from participation.

Participants/customers who have had contact with a Corona infected person or a person subject to quarantine obligation in the last 10 days before the course starts and who wish to participate in the course, must present a negative SARS-CoV-2 test as a prerequisite for participation. The testing must be carried out according to the standards published by the Robert Koch Institute with regard to timing. The DSLV assumes that a corona test (PCR test) may be performed at the earliest on the 5th day after the first contact. Without proof of a negative test result
it is not possible for these persons to participate in the course.

Each teacher must confirm in writing their current state of health on the first day of the course with their signature. Teachers infected with Covid-19 or teachers who have the known symptoms of Covid-19 cannot take the course. For teachers under 18 years of age
this confirmation must be signed by the parents or guardians. These confirmations of all instructors must be kept by the snow sports school until the end of the current winter and then destroyed.

Teachers who are subject to a quarantine order by the health authorities cannot be used during the course.

Teachers who arrive for the course from a risk area (according to the current list of the RKI, see chapter 12), who have been in a risk area in the last 10 days before the start of the course and who have been in a neighboring country designated as a risk area for more than 24 hours during this time,
cannot be used during the course, as those in the federal states are subject to quarantine in accordance with the respective entry quarantine regulations (EQV). The exceptions to this quarantine obligation are regulated by the corresponding regulations of the federal states.

Teachers who have had contact with a corona infected person or a person subject to quarantine obligation in the last 10 days before the start of the course and who wish to be deployed during the course must have a negative SARS-CoV-2 test as a prerequisite for deployment. The
Testing must be carried out with regard to timing in accordance with the standards published by the Robert Koch Institute. The DSLV assumes that a corona test (PCR test) may be performed at the earliest on the 5th day after the first contact. Without proof of a negative test result, these persons cannot be employed as teachers.

3. mouth and nose protection, disinfection

Wearing a mouth and nose protector (customers from 6 years) during

the course registration as well as in our ski rental is required.

Wearing a mouth and nose protector (customers 6 years and older) outdoors also during lessons, at the meeting point, when using the transport facilities (according to the rules of the lift companies), if the distance is less than 1.5m.

It is necessary to wear a mouth and nose protector when using the toilet.

Regular disinfection of hands (washing or disinfecting) before and after the breaks as well as during course registration and in the rental.

No shaking hands with other participants or our staff.

4. distance rules

Group sizes in the standard course maximum 8 participants / teacher

Group size in intensive course maximum 5 participants/teacher

At the assembly point, the distance of 1.5 m and the wearing of a mouth and nose guard must also be observed.

We kindly ask you to limit the accompaniment of the course participants (children and teenagers) to one person at the course registration and at the meeting point.

Keep a distance of 1.5m within the group, our teachers will pay attention to this.

Consistent keeping of distances to other groups.

Our staff will avoid face to face contact with clients.

If help is needed, for example after a fall or when entering a binding, our staff will turn away the face.

We ask the parents or relatives of course participants not to interfere with the course process and to maintain the necessary distance to groups.

Our teachers will pay special attention to this.

On the distribution of sweets as a reward or to increase motivation of

We will not be taking any students this season.

5. training of the teachers and our staff:

Our employees are trained in all safety and hygiene rules and receive correct work instructions.

6. course registration on site

Participants will receive an email 2-3 days before the course starts, with the time for registration or material distribution at our premises.

Please keep to these times so that we can guarantee a smooth course and avoid congestion.

There will be a separate entrance and exit.

Our staff will instruct you, please help us to implement these instructions.

Please enter our rental only after request.

Please keep the minimum distance when waiting outside.

7. rental/ski service

Please enter our rental only with mouth and nose protection.

Our employees will also wear a mouth and nose protector if the minimum distance of 1,5m and a separation by plexiglass between customers and the rental company is not sufficient.