Achieve’s Response To COVID-19

In relation to the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus COVID-19 both nationally and internationally, many of you may be feeling uneasy. We wanted to reassure you that we are taking all necessary steps to ensure that we continue to support the health and safety of our valued students and instructors. We are closely watching the recommendations of NSW Health, and will continue to keep you informed of what Achieve is doing to manage things as best we can.

The health and safety of students & instructors is top priority.

Whilst information from NSW Health considers the risk as LOW, here is an update on the actions being taking to respond to Coronavirus (COVID-19):

 Increased frequency of cleaning to sanitise all equipment, especially high use area such as door handles

 Ensuring soap dispensers remain filled in the bathrooms

 Ensuring hand sanitiser is available on the reception desk

✅ Ensuring poles & mats are wiped down regularly with antibacterial spray

 Class sizes have been restricted to adhere to Social Distancing recommendations.

 Continue to remind all who attend classes the importance of good hygiene

 All students get their own clean, disinfected towel at the start of their class to wipe down their pole and hands. These towels are handed in at the end of every class and washed/disinfected before the next class.

What you can do as a precaution:
🤧 If feeling unwell, please cancel your class and stay home. You will not lose your class credits.

👏 Use hand sanitiser, wash your hands before and after class

🤧 If you need to cough or sneeze, the safest way is to do so, is into a tissue or your elbow crease

🧼 wipe down your pole before & after your class. Spray metho on cloth then clean

✈️ If you have been overseas, please do not attend classes for 14 days from the day you departed, and monitor yourself for symptoms.

Thank you for your co-operation


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