IF YOU ARE SICK PLEASE STAY HOME – DON’T RISK INFECTING OTHERS
1) Driver Check-in
a. Temperatures will be taken of all participants at Check-in. The CDC indicates 100.4 degrees is the magic number. Should a participant have a fever, they will not be allowed to participate in the event.
2) Masks must be worn (over the mouth) as follows: REMEMBER—WE ARE PRACTICING THESE MEASURES FOR YOUR SAFETY AS WELL AS SPECTATORS. WE WANT THE APPEARANCE THAT WE TAKE THIS SERIOUSLY (Regardless of your position on Covid) THE LAST THING WE NEED IS FOR A SPECTATOR TO COMPLAIN THAT WE ARE NOT FOLLOWING COUNTY AND STATE GUIDELINES. THESE PROCEDURE WILL HELP ASSURE WE CAN CONTINUE TO RACE.
a. At all times while in the Hot Pit Area or while on the drivers stand.
b. If you are having conversation with one or more persons and you’re within 6’ you must wear your mask. If you’re having conversation within your pit area with other boaters (NOT PART OF YOUR FAMILY/GROUP), please wear your mask.
c. Please refrain from hanging out in others pit areas. If visiting other pit areas please wear a mask. d. (Please provide your own mask)
3) When setting up your pit area for the weekend, Longmont pond has a lot of room, so please spread-out.
4) Hand Sanitization station will be strategically placed for anyone to use. We would encourage everyone to use them as much as possible.
5) Adhering to the 6’ social distancing rule is a must and please limit the numbers of people gathering together to talk.
6) Hot Pit Area/starting the boat – please WHEN POSSIBLE have a pit person start the boat with the driver already on the drivers stand prior to the start clock. This will minimize contact and the surge of people trying to get up the steps at once.
7) We are planning on eliminating turn judges to help with social distancing on the drivers stand. We are asking that if you cut a buoy be honest about it and call yourself on it.
8) Please make sure you have a cloth/paper towel in your pocket and available should you need to cough or sneeze. Please use this to cover your mouth even if you have a mask on, it’s just an added preventative measures.
Please be aware of your surroundings and think about what you’re doing and how you’re doing it.
9) We will remind people as needed of these precautions. I know it may be burdensome to some but it is what is required for us to move forward with our boating season.
Let’s Stay Safe and not be a statistic.