ALERT LEVELS IN WALES
ALERT LEVELS IN WALES - HOCKEY GUIDANCE
Following the Welsh Government’s publication of the updated Coronavirus Control Plan: Alert Levels in Wales in December 2020, Hockey Wales reviewed all Covid-19 guidance and aligned it with the national alert level framework accordingly.
The framework sets out four alert levels, aligned with the measures the Government put in place to control the spread of the virus and protect people’s health, depending on the state of coronavirus across Wales and other key indicators.
Everyone will need to remain flexible. Our sport may have to move back and forth between levels, dependent on the course of the virus and subsequent Government regulations.
We will continue to provide updates based on Government guidance – please see below the current level and the implications this has for hockey in Wales.
TO BE IMPLEMENTED 07/08/2021
THESE WILL BE REVIEWED IN LINE WITH THE WELSH GOVERNMENT ALERT LEVELS
It is now a requirement for your club committee to appoint a COVID-19 Officer and inform Hockey Wales who this person is before you return to train / play. The Officer will be the key implementer and central point of contact for all matters COVID-19 for the club.
The Covid-19 Officer will ensure that your club, with the support of the management committee, undertakes all requirements as provided by the Welsh Government and Hockey Wales, to ensure the safety of your members in these unprecedented times.
The Officer will fulfil the role of liaising with other clubs, associations, local and National Sporting Organisations and other relevant stakeholders in relation to your organisation’s response to COVID-19.
HOCKEY WALES COVID COMMUNICATION PATHWAY
Due to the time sensitive information, resources will be made available in Welsh as soon as possible.
Thank you for your patience