*19/05/20 This protocol may be amended to bring it into line with the regulations in force at any given time.

  1. Maintenance of installations: Cleaning products recommended by the health authorities and according to the safety data sheets shall be used when cleaning the installations, respecting their dosage.
  • Cleaning materials and products:
    • Latex or nitrile gloves.
    • Masks according to regulations.
    • Bleach/ethanol.
    • Soap.
    • Pedal bins and garbage bags.
    • Automatic soap dispenser.
    • Paper dispenser.
  • Cleaning of common spaces:
    • Disinfectant gel and hand paper dispensers will be located.
    • Daily cleaning of spaces, with emphasis on knobs, railings and surfaces.
    • Increase the frequency of daily ventilation of enclosed spaces.
    • Free use of water sources shall not be permitted, the use of the source shall be monitored by the monitor in accordance with the hygiene and disinfection measures indicated.
  • Hygienisation of bathrooms and showers.
    • Locate soap dispensers and hand paper.
    • Double the daily hygienisation of toilets with emphasis on common and/or more active areas.
    • Showers:
      • External Campuses:
        • In turn, avoiding agglomerations and respecting the corresponding sanitary measures.
        • Hygienisation before and after use of showers.
      • Campus inmates:
        • Single shower in the participant’s room.
  • Cleaning of the rooms.
    • Unique and exclusive access for each participant.
    • Increase the daily ventilation frequency of the rooms.
    • The bed linen offered will be washed at 60ºC with own equipment or authorized companies following the temperature protocols.
    • The room is delivered clean and disinfected, after each shift the hygienisation of the same is carried out complying with all the indicated sanitation protocols.
    • The rooms will be for single use with private bathroom.
  • Sports equipment:
    • Disinfection of material before use in all campus modalities and in shift/group changes.
    • Aqueous materials shall be avoided.
    • There will be no activities that involve sharing food, or holding objects with your mouth or the like.

Cleaning of the kitchens.

    • Kitchens and their attached facilities should follow their established HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points).
    • In the dining rooms, the entrances will be in turn, with entrance area and exit area.
    • The food will be served in a single tray on the table, with school trays for less handling, it will be served by the kitchen staff in compliance with the protection measures indicated.
    • Wrapped cutlery and napkins.
    • Self-service will be avoided and a closed menu adapted to each participant’s allergies, intolerances and special diets is offered.

 

2. Participants and staff campus: As a common rule, the recommendations of the Ministry of Health will be followed in order to avoid contagion among the participants.

  • Rules of daily hygiene:
    • Hand disinfection in and out of common spaces.
    • Promote correct hygiene habits through dynamics and activities (daily change of clothes, hand washing, oral hygiene).
  • Norms of coexistence:
    • Exclusive training footwear, activities footwear and footwear exclusive to the rooms (e.g., football boots, sneakers and flip-flops).
    • Forbidden to share canteens, backpacks, food.
    • Activities of many participants, i.e., large activities involving several groups, will be avoided.
    • The groups will be 15 participants.
  • Training:
    • Training will be carried out for the entire staff to explain all the protocols in force at that time, each type of worker will know in a comprehensive way their area and all their actions. All workers will be equipped with Epis (Personal Protective Equipment), following the established protocol.
    • For all participants before the start of the campus, the coordinator together with the monitors and their groups (in shifts) will give a training to all participants with special emphasis on individual/social responsibility and hygiene and coexistence rules. This training will be a cross-cutting part of the campus training program, with daily time spent through activities.
  • Routine medical check-ups are as follows:
    • Temperature intake morning and afternoon.
    • Daily registration of each participant and staff member.
    • Medical care service.
    • Responsible for protocol monitoring and evaluation. Within each campus there will be a team responsible for the implementation of the 100% protocol.

 

3. Activities:

  • Upon the recommendation of the Ministry of Health, all activities will be carried out within the same complex or limits, guaranteeing a safe living space.
  • If the time comes for excursions, the protocols established for each of them will be followed.
    • Tour del Bernabéu.
    • Visit to Madrid.
    • Real Cafe.

 

4. Day to day from our campuses:

  • For greater control of the space where we will develop the campus, we will sectorise all the facilities. We will divide the spaces into 3.
    • Red Zone – External: We assume that everything and everyone in this area may be contaminated as we do not know where they come from. No one outside the campus (parents, family members), can pass this area or have contact with anyone beyond their child/family.
    • Transit Zone – Customs: In order to enter or exit the green zone – clean it is necessary to pass a control and disinfection where to reduce the possibility of introducing the virus. We will install them at all the meeting and pick-up points of the participants, as well as in the suppliers’ entry zones.
    • Green Zone – Clean: We assume that everything and everyone within this zone are free of viruses, therefore the possibility of infection in it is minimal.

Entry and exit of participants: Customs at meeting points.

Be it External Campus (every day) or Internal Campus (the first day) to enter the campus the participant must pass the transit zone or customs:

  • Customs security organisation:
    • Organized by stations.
      • Organized by stations.
      • Respecting the social distance.
      • Done in shifts if necessary.
  • Station 1: Welcome service.
    • Welcome to the participant and explanation of the safety circuit.
  • Station 2: Temperature intake.
  • Station 3:
    • Cleaning of shoe soles.
    • Change of the mask.
    • Cleaning of hands.
    • Spraying of clothes.
  • Station 4: Delivery of accreditation.
  • Station 5: Campus access.

 

  1. Documentation and regulations.
  • Each family must sign the special documentation:
    • All families must accept a responsible statement to ensure that the health of the participant (and the people they live with) during the 14 days prior to the campus entrance has been adequate and has not suffered any symptoms such as coughing, fever, tiredness or shortness of breath and not having been in contact with anyone with such symptoms.
    • The Real Madrid Foundation is exempted from any responsibility regarding the health status of the participant, except for any ailments that may be caused by the practice of sports on the Campus.
  • If a participant does not pass the customs office of security:
    • Will be referred to families and proposed campus week change during 2020 or 2021.
  • If, during the course of the campus, the contagion of a relative of a participant is detected, the campus organization will be notified immediately so that it can take the necessary measures indicated by the Ministry and the health services.
  • With symptoms appearing once the participant is on campus:
    • If he’s an outsider, he’ll leave the campus immediately or he won’t go to the campus that day. You will be offered to recover the days not enjoyed during another week of 2020 after the relevant quarantine.
    • If the participant is internal, the activity will be interrupted and the appropriate protocol is established consisting of:
      • Alert family members to be aware of the situation.
      • To go to the health center that corresponds to each participant according to their health insurance or public health center.
      • In the event that the health services advise isolation due to possible symptoms related to the disease, the relatives must pick you up after the communication within a maximum of 24 hours.

 

  1. Protocol for a possible positive.
  • A positive will be reported to the other participants with whom you had contact with your group and staff involved in the organization.
  • Following the instructions of the health authority, the activity may be cancelled and the centre temporarily closed for disinfection. A protocol to this effect, approved by the competent authority, is drawn up which takes into account the consequences of this decision within the legal framework in force.
  • Short-term building closure to thoroughly clean/disinfect and prepare for next shifts.

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