True Vine Equestrian Center
Our Covid-19 Response Plan
Infectious Disease Preparedness, Response and Protective Actions
One or more staff will be designated to supervise during work hours.
The Supervisor will remain on-site all times other staff or volunteers are present to implement, monitor, and report on the COVID-19 strategies.
The Supervisor will designate a staff or volunteer to sanitize and disinfect brushes, helmets, boots and other equipment, portable toilet, and frequently touched surfaces such as door handles and gates.
Training will be provided to staff and volunteers.
Training in infection-control practices.
Training in the proper use of personal protective equipment.
Training in the steps the staff and volunteers must take to notify the designated supervisor of any symptoms of Covid-19 or suspected or confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19.
Training in how to report unsafe working conditions.
Six Foot social distancing will be required.
Everyone on the premises is to remain at least six feet from one another to the maximum extent possible, including through the use of ground markings, signs, and physical barriers as appropriate to any activities.
Gloves, Hand sanitizer and Non-medical grade face coverings will be provided to staff and volunteers.
Face coverings are required to be worn when staff and volunteers cannot consistently remain six feet from other individuals such as saddle safety check and during the mounting process. Hands will be sanitized during the safety check between riders.
Thorough facility and equipment cleaning and disinfection.
Protocols for tools, equipment and frequently touched surfaces have been adopted to ensure safety.
Brushes and Equipment sharing are limited.
Each staff and volunteer will have their own set of brushes, helmet, boots and training equipment to use each time at TVEC. These are to be kept in a designated area with their name on the items they regularly use or the items used must be put in the designated area for used items to be sanitized and disinfected.
During our day clinics, students will not only be challenged in their own horsemanship abilities, but also in their personal walk with God. We offer clinics for riders of all levels.
Students get to ride and groom at their own pace, as well as participate in other activities to learn about horses and horse care.
True Vine News
Volunteer Training begins March 12, 2021! For more information contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021 Lessons and Clinics
Forms and signup information has been posted to the website. Don’t wait long! These classes fill up fast. Reserve your spot by calling the office.
True Vine Equestrian Center
72861 28th St, Lawton, MI 49065