UPDATE: 4 SQUARE METRES PER PERSON TRAINING
An update on what we are doing to comply with the latest guidelines announced this afternoon (Friday 20th of March 2020) at 2:30pm by the Australian Government and Chief Medical Officer, Professor Brendan Murphy.
We have taken immediate action to ensure compliance with the current requirement of 4 square metre radius per person at non-essential indoor gatherings of less than 100 people.
Our facility is 275sqm in total training space and we have now limited sessions to a maximum of 8 people per session for this weekend. We are voluntarily applying further restrictions from next Monday morning to 6 people per session.
We will continue to add additional sessions to the timetable by closely monitoring check-in rates and ensure every member can still train while we comply with all government health guidelines.
If you’ve missed the measures we’ve already actioned through our Zero Risk Policy, CLICK HERE to read it.
As these unpredictable times continue to rapidly change, rest assured that we as a team are monitoring all news updates on the hour to ensure your safety while visiting our facility. We take your health seriously.
If you’ve been training with us for a while, or have visited us in the past, you would know that this doesn’t actually deviate too far from our usual premium semi-private environment. The main difference is that we will have a zero tolerance policy for anyone who attends without checking in prior if there is no capacity left in the session to facilitate their visit.
Once again, we sincerely thank you for your continued support during this period in our business and please contact us if you need any assistance or have any questions.