Playsafe Covid 19

Playsafe Covid 19 information

As part of England Hockey’s return to play procedures, it is essential that everyone involved in hockey follows the Covid 19 process detailed below. Please read this carefully and ensure that it is correctly followed at all times.

  1. Sign the participation agreement

As part of the step 4 return to hockey, England HA require every player to fill in a form regarding their club and consent for participation. Please take the time to fill in and submit this form as it is a requirement for playing and training under the guidelines set out by EH and the government.
Click here to register consent to participate in hockey under the current guidelines.

2. Make sure you have no Covid-19 symptoms

3. Travel safely to all training and matches

4. Sign in using Teamo app every time you come to the club

As part of our commitment to player safety, we have launched the “Playsafe” registration for all of our training sessions across the club. This is a QR code login which you scan with your phone using the Teamo App.
The QR code will be displayed at the club and by the pitch, which simply requires you to scan it and answer a couple of simple questions. It allows the club to keep track of who attends training and should anyone show symptoms of Covid 19, all those at the  sessions can be easily notified. To download Teamo Playsafe for Worthing HC please use this link >>>

You will only need to download this once. Teamo will then be stored as an app on your phone and you will be require to scan the QR code every time you come to train or play.

5. Report any symptoms to the club Covid-19 Officer

Debbie Webb
E : debbie.webb03@hotmail.co.uk
M : 07711387740

Advice for Participants

This summary from England Hockey is aimed at helping individuals understand their responsibilities as a participant when getting back on a hockey pitch safely. This is an extract of the full England Hockey Getting Back on the Pitch – Step 4 Guidance, which is available here. We recommend reading the full guidance if you have wider responsibilities or would like to gain a greater understanding of the requirements and measures in place.

Advice for Coaches

In this summary by England Hockey it is aimed at helping individuals understand their responsibilities as a coach when getting back on a hockey pitch safely. This is an extract of the full England Hockey Getting Back on the Pitch – Step 4 Guidance, which is available here. We recommend reading the full guidance if you have wider responsibilities or would like to gain a greater understanding of the requirements and measures in place.