Covid-19 Stay Healthy

KEEP AT A SAFE DISTANCE – PROTECT EACH OTHER.

BMW Driving Experience is planning to restart at Phillip Island in October, Sydney Motorsport Park NSW in November and Norwell Motorplex QLD in December, subject to any further restrictions. 

 

Customers will be advised when bookings reopen.

 

The health and safety of our participants, employees and providers is of utmost importance to BMW Driving Experience. So, please make sure you follow the key hygiene regulations for protecting against coronavirus (Covid-19). In this way, we can help to stop its spread together.

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IN ADDITION TO THE GENERAL CODE OF CONDUCT, PLEASE ALSO NOTE THE FOLLOWING:

  • Temperature checking will be undertaken on arrival.
  • Face masks are compulsory in situations where you cannot keep the minimum safe distance from other people, or where requested to do so.
  • Regular vehicle sanitation will be conducted.

BMW Driving Experience will supply a comfort pack that includes a face mask, gloves and hand sanitiser to assist participants.

 

Please be advised that we are regularly reviewing matters due to the fluid nature of the situation and will make any adjustments that are necessary.

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WE URGE YOU TO ASK YOURSELF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS BEFORE YOUR COURSE COMMENCES:

If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes”, we kindly request that you do not attend the course in order to protect both yourself and others. In this event, please call our customer hotline without delay on 133 269 (Monday-Friday: 8:30am – 5.30pm AEST).

 

QUESTION 1:

Have you been ordered to quarantine (e.g. after coming into contact with someone who has Covid-19 or returning from abroad)?

 

QUESTION 2:

Do you currently have a temperature over 37.8° C (measured after getting out of bed) or are you experiencing chills?

 

QUESTION 3:

Are you suffering from a sore throat, aching muscles/limbs, a cough or shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another known cause (e.g. allergy, sporting activities)?

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KEEP AT A SAFE DISTANCE.

KEEP AT A SAFE DISTANCE.

Keep a minimum of 1.5 metres between yourself and other people, and avoid any contact such as shaking hands when greeting people.
WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY AND THOROUGHLY.

WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY AND THOROUGHLY.

Washing your hands regularly and thoroughly is the best protection against contagious infections. Very important: wash with soap for at least 30 seconds, not forgetting the backs of the hands, between the fingers, the fingertips and the thumbs.
WEAR A MASK COVERING THE MOUTH AND NOSE.

WEAR A MASK COVERING THE MOUTH AND NOSE.

To minimise the risk of infection to yourself and others, avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
SNEEZE AND COUGH THE RIGHT WAY.

SNEEZE AND COUGH THE RIGHT WAY.

If you sneeze or cough, move back from other people and turn away. It is best to sneeze or cough into a tissue or, alternatively, into the crook of your arm.
SIGNS OF ILLNESS.

SIGNS OF ILLNESS.

If you feel ill, we kindly request that you do not attend the course in order to protect both yourself and others. Go through the above questions, then consult your doctor if necessary.