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Safe Management Measures for the Sport of Shooting
SAFE MANAGEMENT MEASURES (15TH EDITION) FOR THE SPORT OF SHOOTING
On Apr 22, 2022, the Multi-Ministry Taskforce announced the nation’s transition of the Disease Outbreak Response System Condition (“DORSCON”) level from the current Orange down to Yellow, which means that the disease is typically mild and is being contained, causing minimal disruption to our daily lives. Correspondingly, there will be further easing to the community safe management measures (“SMMs”) from Apr 26, 2022.
The Singapore Shooting Association (“SSA”) has updated the SMMs to align with the latest announcement, taking reference from Sport Singapore’s SMMs for sport and physical activities. We ask you to study the SMMs carefully and obey all SMMs. These SMMs take effect on Apr 26, 2022.
1. There is no need for checking in and out using TraceTogether SafeEntry application.
Personal Protection, Hygiene & Cleaning
2. For Indoor Activities. Masks may be taken off when performing strenuous activity or
as part of a class requirement but will have to be put on after the completion of such
strenuous sporting and physical activity/class and during rest breaks.
3. For Outdoor Activities. Individuals are encouraged to wear their masks for personal
protection and to protect others, especially in crowded areas.
4. All persons are encouraged to adopt good personal hygiene practices, including
cleaning up after themselves, at all times.
5. All persons are expected to have their own personal hand sanitizers/disinfectants handy and wipe down their equipment before and after use, especially the equipment that would be handled by the armorer e.g. gun cases or gun case handles.
6. All persons are encouraged not to share items or sport equipment.
Safe Distancing, Group Size & Capacity
7. Safe distancing will no longer be required between individuals or between groups,
regardless of settings i.e. indoor/outdoor, masked/unmasked.
8. There will no longer be a group size limit, i.e. individuals will not be required to keep
to a group of 10 persons for unmasked activities.
9. There will no longer be a capacity limit for events.
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