British Roller Sports Federation

 

 

The National Governing Body for all Roller Sports in the UK and Northern Ireland

 

Affiliated to
World Skate (www.worldskate.org) and
World Skate Europe

COVID-19 UPDATE - 25th August 2021

 

England - Phase 5 from 19th July

There are no set restrictions on how many people can take part in sport and physical activity, indoors and outdoors.

All forms of activities can take place without set restrictions. We advise you to refer to your national governing body’s (NGB’s) guidance where relevant.

All sports facilities can open, including ancillary facilities. There are no indoor capacity limits, however, venues may put in place some restrictions and guidance for enclosed areas.

Organised sport participation events such as (but not limited to) races, rides and organised walks can take place outdoors with no capacity caps for participants or spectators.

 

 

Wales Phase 5 from 9th August

From Saturday 7 August Wales will move to Alert Level 0, meaning further benefits for sport and physical activity. 

In Alert Level 0 there are no limits on the number of people that can father for organised indoor activities, stadia, events and organised outdoor activities.

There is also no legal requirement for social distancing.

All sports and exercise are permitted, however all clubs should follow sport specific guidelines from their National Governing Body.


All leisure and fitness facilities remain open and should be following appropriate risk assessment guidelines.

 

 

Scotland - Phase 5 from 19th July - please see table below for Local restrictions due to area level's

 

 

Northern Ireland - Phase 5 from 2nd June

There is no requirement for there to be discrete groups for indoor activities. 

 

Efforts can be made by organisers to minimise group size or have separate groups to minimise risks for participants. 

 

Maximum group size is ultimately determined by a risk assessment of the indoor space, so is venue dependent. 

 

Organisers should be mindful that maximum occupancy levels are not a target and minimising usage numbers will minimise risks to participants and staff.


 

 

V7 BRSF-Return-To-Play-Guidance-updated-250821.pdf
Read the BRSF guidance for Phase 5

   


 Phase 5 - we strongly recommend that a return to play risk assessment is completed to ensure the safe return for your club and it's particpants - our member disciplines have been sent this document.  


If you require a copy of this document please email brsf@btinternet.com


 

BRSF ROADMAP - Updated 25th August 2021



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Scotland Levels as of 5th August


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Click the links below for the latest guidance - updated 25 August 2021


V7 BRSF-Return-To-Play-Guidance-updated-250821.pdf
BRSF - Loan of Equipment Risk Assessment.pdf
BRSF - Lock Down Area Risk Assessment.pdf




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