These procedures will allow us to comply with existing orders for limiting contact in enclosed spaces, masks, gloves and hand sanitizer for the staff who deal directly with the racers. (For the foreseeable future we will use these at every event.)
Since these are the two areas where the closest interaction takes place, here is our new procedure for registration and tech.
Our goal is to limit personal contact to a minimum. (We are working on a touch-less registration but unfortunately we do not have a clear answer how an “app” would stand up in court as a signed waiver/release.)
Each rider will be given their own pen, at the end on the line there will be a bucket for the rider to drop the pen in for us to sanitize when registration closes. (Registrars will sanitize their work station with wipes and/or spray anytime they return to their station and before leaving in the evening.)
One registrar will be stationed the door using gloves, face mask and hand sanitizer. They will have all riders sign a waiver and release at the door and control the access to 12 racers at a time in the room. All entrants will have their temperature taken and any rider with a temperature of 100.0 of higher will be turned away
Each registrar will have gloves, face mask for themselves and hand sanitizer available for the racer to use. All staff in registration will be at least 6’ apart with their own table between them and the racer. We will allow only 12 riders in the room at a time with 3 registrars. (Tape lines on the floor 6’ apart).
Once the racer is finished and deposits their pen in the bucket, they will be asked to use the exit .
Our goal is to limit personal contact to a minimum.
Each inspector will have gloves, face mask for themselves and hand sanitizer available for the racer to use..
We will have multiple tech lines approximately 10’ apart.
Inspectors will strive to maintain 6’ separation in the lines waiting to be inspected.
Racer will bring a stand to tech with the motorcycle and place the bike on the stand and move 6’ away from the motorcycle. Then the inspector will evaluate the machines race-readiness. After placing an approval sticker on the machine or notifying the rider of what needs to be addressed, the inspector will move away from the machine and let the racer remove their machine from the tech area.
While we have some specific in-depth procedure changes for the staff, these are the outline we are starting with to mitigate the potential of spreading the virus among or racers and staff.
ASRA/CCS management believe these measures would allow us to be safe and in full compliance with existing restrictions but we understand new orders could be issued with immediate implementation that could remove/change procedures or require postponement or cancellation.