COVID Safe at GoFish Nagambie
COVID safety at GoFish Nagambie
Being COVID safe is a shared responsibility and it is our aim to ensure that all attendees have a fantastic time while at GoFish Nagambie whilst ensuring a safe environment for all. The objective of these COVID guidelines is to protect the health, safety and wellbeing of patrons, staff, contractors, volunteers and the community.
The GoFish Nagambie management team will continue to monitor the COVID situation and act in accordance with the advice of the Government and the Department of Health and Human Services.
COVID Safe Guide
Patrons Code of Conduct
Stay home if you are unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath or loss of taste or smell. Please do not attend the event until you are symptom free and have received a negative test result.
Maintain physical distancing from people outside your core social group. Keep at least 1.5 meters away from others.
Avoid physical greetings i.e. handshakes, kisses and hugs.
Avoid crowded places, if an area seems congested stay away from that area.
Practice good hygiene – wash your hands with soap and water, use hand sanitizer that will be available onsite, cover coughs and sneezes.
Follow the instructions of the COVID marshals and signage when on site
Ensure you Check In – scan and complete the COVID safe check in when entering an event site.
COVID Safe Check In
All actions and plans within this document have been developed with the aim of upholding the below best practice measures and mitigations to protect against COVID spread including:
EDUCATION: Training for staff, volunteers and participants in appropriate personal health, personal hygiene and safe support in necessary functional areas.
DENSITY REDUCTION: Increasing venue space and encouraging appropriate physical distancing.
TOUCHPOINT MINIMALISTION: Reducing or removing points of interaction between staff, contractors , volunteers and participants/athletes.
SCREENING AND TRACING: Questionnaires and check in/out points for all persons at points of entry/exit. Signage and messaging communicating the importance of contact tracing across the event.
COMMUNICATION: Constant communication of best practices, limitations to event access, and promoting alternative viewing experiences across all available platforms, including eDM, in person, signage, website, broadcast and social media.