Coronavirus COVID-19



  • On Friday 3rd July 2020 Stage 3 requirements of the Queensland Government’s Roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions - A step-down approach to COVID-19
    took effect.

  • If a Sailability club in Queensland adheres to a number of strict conditions, it can resume sailing. The conditions include (but are not limited to) having a Covid plan, appointing one or more trained Covid Safety Officers[1] and maintaining attendance records for anyone entering your premises.

  • If you resume with a Covid plan, an infection is traced to your activities, and you can demonstrate who the infected person came in contact with, all of those people will be quarantined.

  • If an infection is traced to your activities and you or who the infected person came into contact with, your whole place will be quarantined.

  • Compliance is self-governing. The government has begun inspecting sporting venues for compliance.



To stage a return, you will need to think about a number of things, including:

  • Impacts on volunteers, clients and support workers

  • Your ability to enact and commit to following the plan required

  • Your ability to comply, including updating your risk management plan to include Covid operating requirements and developing a communications plan

  • The consequences an infection is traced to your activities, and

  • Your ability to monitor and adapt to any Queensland Government changes.


If the restrictions are too onerous, don’t operate.



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