TrustPlace Public Health & Safety Portal

Last Updated on October 28, 2020

Cycling with Selina

456 Thomas Wayne Ave
Gotham Il, 60611
+19493553323
troy@trustplace.app

Last Updated on October 28, 2020

Property Information

Welcome back to Cycling with Selina! We have made extensive preparations to reopen and have committed to ongoing vigilance in maintaining high standards for health and safety.

Our procedures have been developed to comply with the City of Chicago Phase IV reopening requirements, as well as those from the CDC, FDA, and the National Restaurant Association. You can view our comprehensive plan and the recorded compliance against our plan here on this site, and if you have any questions, please contact us.

  • We ask that you arrive no earlier than 5 minutes before class. If you arrive earlier than 5 minutes, please stay in your car. Please limit your stay after your session to 5 minutes or less, and physically distance from everyone in the studio
  • Please don’t wear your street shoes into the workout area. Have a pair of dedicated training shoes to be used in the gym only and to be cleaned and disinfected prior to every session. (The number one way viruses and germs could be brought into the gym is through the bottom of your shoes, so please clean your shoes prior to your session.)
  • Upon entering the studio, please wash your hands. Notice maximum 2 people will be allowed in the bathrooms at a time.
  • If you need to use the restroom please use the provided cleaning material to wipe down all surfaces you touched. Please also ensure you wash your hands before leaving.
  • Upon entering the studio you’ll be screened with a touch-free infrared thermometer. A temperature over 100.4°F most often means you have a fever caused by an infection or illness and you’ll be asked to go home to rest and recover for your own, and everyone else’s safety.
  • Clients and instructors are required to wear face coverings at all times. (Here are some workout-friendly face masks to stay safe & comfortable while you sweat, that are better than the regular disposable masks)
  • Please distance yourself a minimum of 6 feet from everyone else upon entering the studio.
  • Because of the limited number of clients that will be allowed in at one time, it will be essential that you book your session times in advance on our website. Please be considerate and if you book a session and for some reason can’t make it, cancel your reservation so you can free up the spot for someone else.

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Physical Distancing

Maintain Compliance with Indoor and Outdoor Capacity Requirements Monthly 5

  • Restrict indoor fitness classes to no more than 50 individuals
  • Restrict outdoor fitness classes to to no more than 100 individuals, while ensuring proper social distancing
  • Indoor contact and non-contact sports allowed if no more than 10 participants, and spectators are social distancing
  • Outdoor contact and non-contact sports allowed if no more than 50 participants (including players, referees and coaches), and spectators are social distancing
  • Limit indoor capacity to no more than 25% of maximum capacity

Certify Establishment of Behaviors To Limit Interaction Monthly 5

  • Use self check-in program or have barrier/partition between front desk staff and members upon arriving to check in
  • Consider online signup and reservation systems with specific time slots customers can pick to
  • Establish prepay systems or self-checkout systems (e.g., credit card portables that are cleaned after each use)
  • Establish a designated, isolated area for all deliveries that is as far from customer-used space as possible
  • If necessary, establish and clearly mark an outdoor waiting area for patrons waiting for a fitness class to begin

Protective Equipment

Certify PPE Worn by All Weekly 4

  • Enforce face coverings for all (must be worn over nose and mouth, exceptions can be made for people with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from safely wearing a face covering)
  • Face coverings washed or discarded after each shift. Never share PPE.
  • For outdoor physical activity/classes, face coverings may be removed as long as individuals are practicing social distancing
  • Certify all employees have access to and have been trained how to properly use PPE

Hygiene, Cleaning & Disinfecting

Certify the Frequent Cleaning of Restroom and Locker Room Facilities Daily 6

  • Morning Facilities Check In #1 - Clean and disinfect all high touch surfaces. Check all wipe, towel, soap and sanitizer dispensers
  • Morning Facilities Check In #2 - Clean and disinfect all high touch surfaces. Check all wipe, towel, soap and sanitizer dispensers
  • Afternoon Facilities Check In #1 - Clean and disinfect all high touch surfaces. Check all wipe, towel, soap and sanitizer dispensers
  • Afternoon Facilities Check In #2 - Clean and disinfect all high touch surfaces. Check all wipe, towel, soap and sanitizer dispensers
  • Evening Facilities Check In #1 - Clean and disinfect all high touch surfaces. Check all wipe, towel, soap and sanitizer dispensers
  • Evening Facilities Check In #2 - Clean and disinfect all high touch surfaces. Check all wipe, towel, soap and sanitizer dispensers

Maintain Updated Sanitary Workplace Protocols Weekly 4

  • Provide sanitization products for customer use (e.g., soap and water, hand sanitizer). Preferably at all exercise machines and in all fitness rooms, locker rooms and other common areas
  • Encourage individuals to use reusable water bottles, and provide disposable cups near drinking fountains, where possible
  • Ensure employees and patrons know that they are required to wash hands before and after close contact with others (e.g., during 1:1 training, group exercise classes), after handling shared equipment, and coming on contact with high touch surfaces
  • Discourage use of shared instructor equipment (e.g., microphones, stereos, weights, yoga mats, etc.). Encourage staff to bring own equipment wherever possible

Certify the Daily Cleaning & Sanitization of all Spaces Daily 5

  • Clean and sanitize the entire facility before opening for the day
  • Frequently disinfect commonly used surfaces, including personal exercise machines and equipment, countertops, vending machines, doorknobs, and hand washing facilities.
  • Clean and disinfect all shared equipment (participant or instructor) after each use
  • Check all hand wipe and sanitizer dispensers and refill if they're running low
  • Clean and sanitize entire facility after closing down for the day

CDC Cleaning Procedures - If Someone is Sick Event 1

  • Check off once all CDC Cleaning and Disinfecting guidelines are completed for sick employee event.

Evening Shift - Certify all Studios Have Been Cleaned and Disinfected Daily 3

  • Studio #1 - Clean, disinfect and vacuum studio floors. Clean and disinfect bikes and other high touch surfaces
  • Studio #2 - Clean, disinfect and vacuum studio floors. Clean and disinfect bikes and other high touch surfaces
  • Studio #3 - Clean, disinfect and vacuum studio floors. Clean and disinfect bikes and other high touch surfaces

Morning Shift - Certify all Studios Have Been Cleaned and Disinfected Daily 3

  • Studio #1 - Clean and disinfect studio floors, bikes and other high touch surfaces.
  • Studio #2 - Clean and disinfect studio floors, bikes and other high touch surfaces.
  • Studio #3 - Clean and disinfect studio floors, bikes and other high touch surfaces.

Screening, Ingress & Egress

CDC Guidelines - If a Facility Has Multiple Positive COVID Tests Event 4

  • Report all cases (if 2 or more) to CDPH
  • Comply with CDPH guidance as a result of reporting 2 or more positive cases associated with your facility
  • Per the City of Chicago's guidance, if there are 2 or more positive cases within 14 days, you are required to close down for 7 days
  • Require all employees who have come in contact with those infected to quarantine. Follow attached quarantine guidelines

Certify No Presence of Symptomatic Employees Monthly 4

  • Prior to leaving home, all individuals encouraged to self-identify symptoms and stay at home if symptomatic
  • Prior to entering establishment, employees self-screen to ensure no symptoms of COVID-19
  • Ensure employees understand that they should not report to, or be allowed to remain at, work if they are exhibiting symptoms, reporting of feeling ill or have come in contact with someone they think might have been infected.
  • Verify customers & external suppliers are not currently exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms (e.g., questionnaire, verbal agreement, non-verbal agreement) prior to entry

Certify Completion of Client Check In Daily 5

  • Certify all clients have removed outdoor shoes and changed in to their indoor shoes prior to entering. Ensure indoor shoes have been clean. Disinfect soles of indoor shoes
  • Ensure client temperature is below 100.4 degrees
  • Make sure all clients wash hands prior to class starting
  • In any outdoor and indoor common spaces, face coverings must be worn over mouth and nose (exceptions can be made for people with medical conditions or disabilities that prevent them from safely wearing a face covering
  • Ask all clients to check their pre assigned workout area and ensure all cleaning and fitness equipment is present prior to the start of class

Communication

Initiate Customer Outreach Via Email and Social Media Monthly 3

  • Email blast has been sent to all members. See Reference Card for email content suggestions
  • Should you have a presence on various social media platforms, it could be useful to also make the info from you email blast available on those platforms as well
  • To ensure your patrons maintain your required health and safety standards while at your location, you can require everyone to sign a pledge agreeing to your terms. Please see the pledge example reference card for further instruction

Certify All Health & Safety Visual Guidance Are Present Monthly 4

  • Display visual guidance on hygiene standards, social distancing, & masks for employees / customers throughout restaurant
  • Post non-verbal agreement and criteria for customers to enter outside the restaurant
  • Provide social distancing guidance in outdoor areas (e.g., grass/pavement markings or tape)
  • Display social distancing floor markers for all waiting areas (e.g. host stand, restrooms, order pick-up)

Workplace

Modify Workplace Conditions to Minimize Interactions Monthly 5

  • Require and enforce 6ft distancing between all individuals in all areas of the gym/health club
  • Provide 6ft distancing between equipment; 3ft distancing allowed if impermeable physical barriers are used
  • Provide adequate space outdoors for cardio and class exercises to ensure proper 6ft social distancing
  • Install impermeable barriers between exercise equipment and exercise areas to aid in physical distancing
  • Setup and maintain physical distancing markers throughout shared fitness areas as well as indoor and outdoor private workout rooms

Certify Proper HVAC and Ventilation Practices Monthly 4

  • Certify the increase airflow of indoor spaces (e.g., windows) according to CDC guidelines.
  • Improve central air filtration to the MERV-13 or the highest compatible with the filter rack, and seal edges of the filter to limit bypass. (MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value.
  • Certify that ventilation systems, including air ducts and vents, are clean, free of mold, and operating properly.
  • Disable demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) and open minimum outdoor air dampers, asnhigh as 100%, thus eliminating recirculation and improving ventilation.

Verify Inventory and Reorder Health and Safety Supplies Weekly 5

  • Note amount of Disinfectant on hand
  • Note number of Reusable Cups on hand
  • Note amount of Sanitary Wipes on hand
  • Note amount of Paper Towels on hand
  • Note amount of Latex Gloves on hand

Certify All Employees Are Trained on COVID-19 Procedures Monthly 2

  • Provide health and safety training related to COVID-19 and ensure it has been completed prior to employees returning to work
  • Provide training on cleaning procedures to ensure safe and correct application of disinfectants. Ensure training has been completed prior to employees returning to work

Establish Comprehensive COVID-19 Reopening Plan One Time 5

  • Research Guidelines and Draft Written Reopening Plan
  • Included in the TrustPlace Standard Library for Restaurants are TrustPlace Procedures (for certifications) & Standard Operating Procedures. Modify and/or adopt to your company's operations policies and state/local guidelines.
  • Make physical adjustments to workplace (including HVAC airflow), post signs, social distancing markers, and obtain proper PPE and disinfecting supplies.
  • Plan has been written and updates made regularly. Ready to produce written plan upon request from stakeholders and authorities. Communicate plan to employees and other stakeholders.
  • Identify contact information for local health department for communicating outbreaks

Certify Indoor and Outdoor Facility Hours and Rules Updates Monthly 4

  • Locker rooms and showers can remain open if strict and frequent cleaning measures are in place
  • Close some ancillary accommodations, including saunas and steam rooms, where social distancing is not possible
  • Ancillary accommodations like food service, childcare, retail, etc. can reopen according to relevant industry guidelines
  • Allow indoor private pools to reopen at 25% capacity, and outdoor private pools to reopen at 50% capacity; PPE not required while individuals are in the pool
Note: This information is self-reported and managed solely by the Property.