Jigsaw Support Scheme
Jigsaw Support Scheme Mansfield firestation Rosemary Street, Mansfield
Contact Jigsaw Support Scheme Mansfield firestation Rosemary Street, Mansfield
Phone: 01623 232800
Jigsaw’s Support Workers work alongside disabled, vulnerable and elderly adults who are at threat of losing their home, their independence or their health. We provide a holistic range of services to help people to remain at home – safe, well and with choice, dignity and control for as long as possible.
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Phone: 07757 252405
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Contact Jubilee House, 74 High Street Madeley Telford, Shropshire
Phone: 01952 680 460
COVID19 SUPPORT AVAILABLE FOR THOSE STRUGGLING TO INTEGRATE BACK INTO SOCIETY AND ANXIOUS.
We provide information and advice for the carers of and people with Panic, Anxiety, Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders and the effects of Tranquiliser withdrawal. We can provide treatment and support over the telephone so that all sufferers can be helped. We also have expanding internet services please try them out. Please take all information and advice in tandem with the support from your local GP.
Mentor Service - (one to one) with a trained mentor who helps people with their anxiety problems, teaches Anxiety Management and Cognitive Behavoiur Therapy
Recovery Groups - for members with a trained group leaders who teaches Anxiety Management and Cognitive behaviour Therapy
help Line- is answered by trained volunteers to give out information, show empathy and support for all anxiety sufferers.
Phone: 0300 500 80 80
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Contact Welbeck Sailing Club, Norton
Phone: 01909 720458
Updated 12/08/2020. Dogs are now allowed. Members of RMYC are joining us at the club, see b12. See also 4. clinically extremely vulnerable people. A reminder to everybody that despite and because of the easing of the lockdown measures the number of infected people in the community has not gone down at all in the last 6 weeks. This means that the risk of transmission whilst at the club is still the same as it was when we first started sailing again. Please keep on following to rules as strictly as possible.
This guidance needs to be reviewed at least once a week. If any members have any safety concerns/suggestions they shall contact the Covid safety officer or a committee member. For latest updates/changes see last part of this guidance.
At all times current government guidelines must be observed. All normal WSC rules to be observed unless changed in this guidance.
The Covid-19 virus is unlike any other flu virus. It is more virulent, it is more contagious and there was no natural immunity at the start of the outbreak, nor is there a vaccine available. This is why it’s so deadly. The Covid-19 pandemic is to stay with us for the whole 2020 sailing season.
Although WSC will do everything possible to facilitate safe sailing, safety at the club is the responsibility of every individual member.
I’ve made the following assumptions:
- All surfaces in and around the club including our own cars are potentially contaminated.
- At all times 2 metres distance rule to be adhered to.
- Only single-handed boat use is safe except for members of same household.
- Launching/retrieving of rescue boat has potential for transmission.
- Use of clubhouse or other buildings has potential for transmission.
- Opening/closing of gates/use of keypad has potential for transmission.
- The virus is unlikely to survive for longer than 72 hours on any surface. We therefore only sail on Sundays and Wednesdays and we don’t sail on Saturdays.
- Rescue operations have to be restricted to absolute minimum, therefore no sailing when wind speed is likely to exceed 15mph.
What all club members need to do.
- Have stylus/pen or similar in car to use on keypad. Have kitchen roll or similar to touch latches/gate surfaces. Use hand sanitizer when leaving your car when arriving at the club and before getting into your car again when leaving the club
2 . Wear face mask or similar face covering whilst at the club.
- Have disposable gloves in the car to be used for one off tasks, see C. first person to arrive at the club.
- Put on your sailing clothes at home so that you don’t have to use the changing rooms.
- All members to stay at home if feeling unwell and or 37.8 or above. Also to stay at home if new continuous cough or 3 or more coughing bouts in 24hr period.
Travelling to the club.
- Press keypad buttons with stylus/pen or similar device and leave in the car.
- Open both wooden gates by using kitchen roll tissue or similar so that your skin doesn’t touch gate latches/top of the gates.
- After leaving the car immediately use hand sanitizer. Also after returning to your car to pick up equipment etc..
- Members from different households are not allowed to travel to and from the club in the same car.
Whilst at the club.
- Avoid any unnecessary touching of any surface whilst at the club. This includes avoiding helping other members with lawnmowers, their boats and other equipment.
- Bring and use your own (foldable) chairs.
- If we have to use the clubhouse because of rain etc. only use 1 chair for the whole time that you spend at the club and maintain 2m distance from other members.
- All members to avoid using toilet facilities by using toilet at home just before travelling to the club. If toilet has to be used at the club use hand sanitizer before entering and after leaving toilet facilities as well as washing your hands with soap and water. Paper towels are available. If you want to wash your hands, please use the outdoors sink. Unfortunately there are no paper towels available at the outdoors sink.
The showers are not to be used.
- All members are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer and disposable gloves.
- If any public surfaces, not your own boat, have been touched with your (gloved)hands to use surface disinfectant with a cloth to wipe the surface down. Disinfectant and cloths available in clubhouse and on the hard.
- When your hands have been in contact with any public surface to use hand sanitizer available on the hard and in the clubhouse.
- Dogs will be allowed at the club, but shall be kept on the leash at all times. I note that we’re using rat bait around the old clubhouse.
- All members not to wear gloves unless for sailing purposes or see C.1. It makes it easier to remember to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
- To use hand sanitizer every time you enter or leave the hard.
- All boats need to have masthead flotation to enable safer assistance in case of capsizing.
- Members of Rotherham Model Yacht Club(RMYC) to only use the north-western part of the hard(near the old slipway).
First person to arrive at the club.
- Park car in front of gate to compound and put disposable gloves on.
- Open compound gate, clubhouse door, both gates to hard and unlock all 3 doors of old clubhouse. Keep all gates and doors open, if necessary by using wedges/tyres etc.
- Remove gloves and park car in compound.
Changes to OOD duties.
- Rescue boat to remain on the lake or singlehandedly launched from launching trolley/trailer. (Rain)water can be removed by removing (temporarily!) the bung at the back of the boat whilst driving the rescue boat.
- Only 1 OOD to use the rescue boat and fill petrol tank on any given day, unless assistance is needed for rescue purposes.
3 Races can be organised, but without signing in or out., this rule can be amended once we feel more confident about keeping transmission of virus to an absolute minimum/zero.
- Race course to be kept as simple as possible to avoid members having to write down the course to follow..
- At end of sailing the petrol tank to be put in storage near the starter hut and rescue boat to be moored in front of the starter hut or only the OOD to pull safety boat on trolley and trolley to be pulled out by car/lawnmower with tow bar. All gates to be closed and all doors to be locked whilst wearing disposable gloves.
- No members to visit the club apart from on Wednesdays and Sundays. This is to avoid surface contamination and to avoid the need to regularly clean all the surfaces in and outside the club house.
- If contact between members has occurred by accident or necessity those members to exchange mobile phone numbers so that the necessary person(s) can be contacted if said member(s) develop symptoms of Covid-19.
- Anyone showing signs or been diagnosed with Covid19 MUST inform the club, especially if this happens after visiting the club to advise others who may have had contact with them and stay away.
4. The club will allow people at moderate risk (clinically vulnerable) to come to the club, this includes the over seventies, however the club does advise the people in this category to consider their individual risk which can be discussed with the Covid safety officer.
The club will allow people at high risk (clinically extremely vulnerable) to visit the club, but only after discussion with the Covid safety officer.
For details about both categories see: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/people-at-higher-risk-from-coronavirus/whos-at-higher-risk-from-coronavirus/
Sailing takes place on Wednesday 5.30pm - 8.30pm and Saturday 12pm - 7pm. Sunday is usually a racing day, but other sailing also takes place. The club is an RYA accredited training centre, running training courses and is a small friendly, club where individuals or families can join. Sailing is not necessarily expensive. You will be surprised at how competitive the membership fees are. There are club sailing boats, which can be used, and there are reasonably priced second-hand boats on the market.
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Phone: 01909 694420 / 0800 009 6878
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