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Pacific Northwest

Returning to Tennis post COVID-19

Resources for Providers

 

May 28, 2020
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USTA Pacific Northwest has compiled best practices from the CDC and Federal guidelines as well as state and local authorities in an effort to help all of our local organizational partners reduce risk while reintroducing tennis during the COVID-19 pandemic. These resources may be helpful for those preparing to reopening their facilities or planning tennis programming for the public.

 

During this challenging time of pandemic restrictions, facilities and organizations play a key role in protecting the health and safety of their employees and players. Planning is critical.  We encourage providers and players to read through the "Playing Tennis Safely" guidance before considering stepping foot on the court.

 

When considering these best practices, the most important thing is to follow any and all policies put forth in your state and/or local municipalities as well as the guidance released by federal and national health authorities.

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NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL REOPENING GUIDANCE

 

National Guidance:

 

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Identifies important, specific activities large businesses can do to prepare for returning to the workplace and reopening businesses and local programs

CDC Business Checklist

Workplace Decision Tree

Youth Programming and Camp Decision Tree

 

State and Local Guidance: 

 

Oregon

Governer Brown's State of Oregon Covid-19 Resource Page

Oregon Health Authority (OHA) Covid-19 Resource Page

Specific OHA Guidance Resources:

Reopening Guidance for the Public

Mask and Face Covering Guidance for Businesses

General Guidance for Employers

Outdoor Recreation Guidance

 

Washington

Washington State Department of Health Covid-19 Website

Washington State Coronavirus Response  Resource Page

Governor Inslay's Phase 2 Reopening Guidance Resource Page:

Outdoor Recreation Guidance Part 1

Outdoor Recreation Guidance Part 2

 

Alaska 

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Covid-19 Website

 

Idaho

Idaho Coronavirus Homepage

Idaho Stages of Reopening Guidance Homepage

 

 

RETURNING TO PLAY SAFELY GUIDANCE & RESOURCES

 

Playing Tennis Safely Guidance:

 

USTA Guidelines For Players

Playing Tennis Safely Guidelines For Players   English   |  Spanish

 

USTA Guidelines For Facilities

Return to Court Webinar (w/ Dr. Alexis Colvin, Chief Medical Officer for the US Open and USTA).

Playing Tennis Safely Guidelines For Facilities     English   |  Spanish

This asset has also be resized for additional uses (see below).  Please email marketing@pnw.usta.com for a downloadable link.

Flyer 8.5x11

Poster 11 x 17

Postcard 9x6

Video monitor (16:9)

Instagram Story (9:16)

Facebook posts (1:1)

Twitter Graphics (16:9)

 

USTA Return to Play Recommendations: Detailed player tips and recommendations outlined for all USTA Products, Programs and Officials (downloadable below)

Adult Leagues

Adult Tournaments

Junior Circuit

Junior Tournaments

Officiating

Social Leagues

Team Challenge

USTA Wheelchair Tennis

 

Operational Resources for Providers:

 

General Resource Pages

Tennis Industry United

USTA COVID-19 Page

USTA PNW COVID-19 Page

 

Waivers: Below are samples of waivers you can use to protect yourself and your staff when reopening, as well as recommendations from some of our facilities and players. Please consult with your local law office before using the waivers.

Facility Use Agreement Template

General Use Release & Waiver Template

Notice to Terminate Force Majeure Template

Release & Waiver (Participant Content)

 

Cleaning Supplies & Services: This is a sample list of suppliers, not an endorsement. Due to increased demand, some products may not currently be available. NOTE: In order to buy more products at a cheaper rate, we recommend partnering with local clubs to purchase high-volume items. On top of available cleaning supplies, some offer professional cleaning services that specialize in tennis clubs.  If interested, please contact a local cleaning company and ask for a quote.

AllianceSupply.com

CleanItSupply.com

Grainger

Supply Vineyard Industrial Solutions

Iron Company Wipes & Supplies

Fore Supply Company

VikingPure.com (equipment sanitation)

 

USTA PNW Community Cares Giving Campaign:  USTA PNW created this campaign as a way for your members and fans to make a tax free donation where 100% of the proceeds will go directly to your facility.  

Flyer to send to members and potential donors

 

Customizable Facility Signage:  Use these customizable templates of popular signage needs

Limited Seating

No Sitting

Please Bring Your Own

Social Distancing Adherance

Water Fountain

Ice Machine

 

Tennis Management Tools:  The USTA has partnered with Club Spark to provide a variety of new tools to help facilities and programs manage and market their products in a more efficient fashion.  Visit playtennis.usta.com for more details on what's available today and what's to come.

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