UPDATE: The survey has now closed. Thanks to all who took the time to fill it out for us.
On Friday 8 May, the Federal Government launched a three step framework for the gradual easing of COVID-19 closures and restrictions. In line with this framework, the Western Australian State Government has since announced that as of Monday 18 May, WA will begin to lift certain restrictions and allow for partial, limited reopening of some health and fitness facilities including pools and equipment free fitness classes.
The City of Subiaco is currently looking into what this means for Lords Recreation Centre. The top priority remains the health and safety of the Lords community and our staff, as well as ensuring we can deliver a high quality service to all members if we move forward with a partial reopening of the centre.
A partial reopening of the centre would include capped access to the pool and group fitness, with no access to the gym or change room facilities. The centre would also continue to employ the following health and safety measures:
Live door counter and centre access control.
A heightened deep cleaning regime.
Provision of hand sanitiser and additional cleaning stations.
Social distancing signage facility wide.
A booking system for the pool and group fitness classes.
A modified group fitness timetable with additional cleaning time between classes and minimal use of equipment.
To help us explore our options, we have put together the following short survey to gauge Lords members’ thoughts on a partial reopening.
The survey should only take five to ten minutes to complete and will close at 12pm midday on Thursday 14 May.
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