As part of managing the health and safety at our match, we try to identify the risks associated with the match and then take reasonable steps to mitigate those risks. This is known as risk assessment.
A hazard is anything that may cause harm, such as moving vehicles, electricity, animals, chemicals etc.
The risk is the chance, high, medium or low, that somebody could be harmed by these and other hazards, together with an indication of how serious the harm could be.
We would advise people to read the risk assessments prior to visiting the match and also to be aware of what is happening around them on match day, in order that individuals are looking out for their own safety and that of others. You can download a copy of our Risk Assessment below:
Visitors' Covid-19 Safety & Conduct Code.
Brailsford & District Ploughing & Hedge cutting Society look forward to welcoming you to the 2021 Match. With present government guidelines on admission to the ground, this Safety and Conduct Code acts to guide and advise you of protocols in place during your visit.To ensure the safety of all visitors to the match, it is important that all of us play a part by exercising common sense and consider the risks in making the match safe and enjoyable and we need your support to achieve this.Visitors are reminded of the requirements of this Covid-19 Safety and Conduct Code and follow all safety requirements, to assist committee members and stewards and help protect you and your fellow visitors.
Visitors must not travel to or attend the match if they are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms, which include a new persistant cough, high temperature or any change in sense of taste and smell.
You must not travel to the match if you have been told to isolate and if you develop symptoms during your visit, please return home immediately and request a test. For further information on Covid-19 go to www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus -test.
Follow guidance on safe travel, car sharing and public transport.
No situation is risk free
Please be aware that distancing and safety measures may be in operation in some areas, obey any instructions and guidance given by committee members or over the Public Address System.
Present guidelines mention that face coverings are not mandatory, however the government expects and recommends that people wear face coverings in crowded areas.
Please maintain distancing in all areas, 1 metre is recommended.
Always maintain good hand hygiene
Outside in the fresh air minimises contact with the virus and it disperses more effectively