Cascadia SM October 3rd. Season Finale (Adult)

Saturday, October 3, 2020 10:00 AM (GMT-7)

Event info
Sport: Motor sports - motorcycle
Location: Richland, WA, United States
Registration closes: Saturday, October 3, 2020 9:59 AM (GMT-7)
Organized by: Cascadia Supermoto
Event website: http://cascadiasm.com/
Event notes
The "last" of a challenging year. But we will race, we will have fun.

As part of being allowed to start our sport before the state opens back up, we are going to have to abide by some extra, but minimal, rules. While you need to read and understand all of the guidelines below, they aren't onerous. Whatever your politics or opinions, this is what we need to do to have the event. This isn't a place to make a statement, protest, or get mad about wearing a mask. We're going to all have fun on bikes for the day, and playing by the rules means we'll get to continue to have fun on bikes...

Please be aware of the following:
1) There are special procedures we will need to follow at this event. You can see them
here, and will agree to them in the waiver section.

2) No general spectators at this event. Participants may bring a helper but limited to 1 friend or family member that can help the rider in case they are incapacitated.

3) Camping is permitted Friday evening.

4) We will also setup a group rate for Home2 Suites again.
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Event entry fee 115.00 USD
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Cascadia Supermoto
COVID-19 Daily Action Plan (DAP)

We are closely monitoring government policy changes, government mandates, and public health advancements and will continue to make changes as necessary or appropriate to our protocols and procedures.





Establish links to the State of Washington in regards to Outdoor recreation requirements and recommendations - dated May 14, 2020:
COVID-19 Recreation Guide

Conduct risk assessment:

Contact between participants (officials, riders, and team members) is generally low except during registration and technical inspection.
The event is outdoor and all participants are required to be in good health.
The area requirement for physical distancing is 36 sq. ft per person. Our planned participant and staff quantity are 50 which requires 7200 sq. ft of space available. The main working area available is substantially larger, providing for adequate and acceptable social distancing.

General Action Plan:
Risk mitigation techniques below are in compliance with the State of Washington Outdoor Recreation requirements and recommendations. (Attached)

The Cascadia SM C19 coordinator is Mark Price
The facility will be in compliance with the CDC Cleaning and Disinfecting Your Facility guidelines.
Spectators and guests will be allowed but limited to 1 friend or family member that can help the rider in case they are incapacitated.
During Phase 1 of Safe Start Washington, only members of the same household shall travel together to recreate at these facilities.
Maintain a voluntary log of all customers, including at a minimum: first name, last name, physical address, and telephone information. Log to be filled out at initial entry into the facility.
It is required that staff perform infrared temperature checks on participants entering the facility ensuring no persons have a temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
Staff and participants will not be permitted on the premises if they have a fever above 100.4°.
Require all persons to wear masks or helmets when outside of their pit area.
Handwashing instructions are posted in restrooms and at stations.
Hand sanitizer and antibacterial soap will be provided for all staff.
If you display any of these symptoms, notify staff and leave the event and follow the CDC guidelines.
Workstations will be sanitized after each use and once every 30 minutes.
Overnight camping will not be allowed
Participants shall leave immediately when done riding. The facility closes 30 minutes after the on-track activity ends.
Social Distancing Operational Changes and Measures

Front Gate

All riders must be registered prior to entering the facility.
All persons should fill out a contact tracing form. Needed information will include: first name, last name, email, and telephone information, and all information will be kept securely protected and not shared unless asked for by governing bodies.
It is required that staff perform infrared temperature checks on participants entering the facility ensuring no persons have a temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
Staff and participants will not be permitted on the premises if they have a fever above 100.4.
Users need to bring their own pens to sign the documents and waivers.

Registration

Credit/Debit cards are strongly encouraged, cash will be accepted, but only exact change (we will NOT provide change)
Users need to bring their own pens to sign the documents and waivers.
Staff members will use hand sanitizer or wash hands between each participant.
Workstations will be sanitized every 30 minutes.
Users need to bring their own pens to sign waivers.
A six-foot social distance will be maintained by staff.
Participants will be required to wear a mask and marks placed on the ground must be followed to maintain separation. A handwash station will be available near the registration area.
All entries must be pre-entered and no cash accepted on-site.

Riders Meeting

Rider’s meetings will be held at each individual pit space, along with tech inspection.


Paddock Vehicles

Paddock parking will require 10 feet of space between vehicles to allow for a six-foot distance and a walkway between vehicles. Pit areas should be staggered to maximize distancing.

Paddock

Stay in your individual pit area when not on track.
All persons are required to wear masks or helmets when outside of their pit area. Helmets for going to/from the track, masks at all other times.
Restrooms should only be used by one person at a time.

Hot Pit

There will be no hot pit during this event.

If any participant refuses to follow the guidelines above, they will be removed from the event without a refund.
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