Group Hygiene

Group Hygiene Protocols - Level B


  • Density quotient of 1 person per 4m2
  • No more than 20 people per court in addition to the coach
  • If parents are present, they will count as one of the 20 participants
  • Spectators are not permitted; parents may remain in cars
  • Training times will be staggered to ensure to ensure minimal contact between groups
  • All participants must “get in, train, get out”


  • Training only, no competition
  • Set drills with no close contact, one-on-one defending/ attacking, match play drills
  •  Accidental contact may occur
  • When delivering skills using the “7 step progression” – up to Step 4 only


  • Outdoor training only
  • No use of communal facilities – pavilion, change rooms, toilets


  • Be mindful that participants may not be “netball fit” after a long period of no training
  • Ensure a graded return to minimise the risk of injury
  • Groups must provide their own first aid kits including hand sanitiser and gloves
  • Must wear gloves when administering first aid & dispose of them after


  • Balls are to be washed with disinfectant after each session           Refer:Sanitising your balls
  • If a ball from another court rolls onto your court, gently kick it back (don’t pick it up)
  • If bibs are used there is no changing between players
  • Bibs to be washed after each session
  • Sharing of equipment such as skipping ropes, weights, mats is permitted
  • All such equipment must be washed down after each session
  • Goal posts / padding must be washed with disinfectant after each session – there are 2 courts with permanent posts (no padding)


  • Personal hygiene measures as above will be adhered to at all times
  • Equipment will be treated as above
  • Coaches will ensure that all players use hand sanitser before and after each session
  • All participants and spectators to maintain a distance of 1.5m apart
  • Coaches to consider vulnerable participants at increased risk of infection
  • Each team will be required to nominate ONE person who will be responsible for maintaining all above protocols at each session


  • All coaches must maintain an accurate record of participants at each session
  • This record must include all personnel, spectators, parents etc
  • Coaches should strongly advise all team members to download the COVIDSafe app

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