CourtSense Covid 19 Protocol

CourtSense Outdoor Summer Camp courts and surrounding areas



A. Pre-Screening of all Employees and Customers will be addressed over the phone prior to booking an appointment.

1. Employee Pre-Screening
2. Customer Pre-Screening

B. Pre-Screening at Arrival to CourtSense locations

1. Temperature Check
2. Employee Pre-Screening
3. Customer Pre-Screening



A. Facial Covering or Masks

1. Campers will be obligated to wear a mask from the car to the court or turf, or whenever they are off the court.
2. During their session Campers will not be required to wear a mask, however, they should not get any closer than 6-9 feet to other campers or coaches.
3. Fitness Coaches MUST wear a facial covering or mask during training sessions as per CDC and OSHA guidelines.
4. Tennis Coaches are not required to wear a mask while on the court as long as they are 9 feet or further from players, however, they should wear a mask when walking out of the court to any common area.

B. Hand Sanitizing

1. There will be a hand sanitizing station at the entrance of every court, and players will be required to apply hand sanitizer prior to going on the court and after leaving the court.
2. We will have hand sanitizers under every basket of balls, and also sanitizing wipes as well.
3. Coaches should constantly use them when necessary, but they should wipe the handle of the basket and mower after every session.
4. Only coaches will be picking up tennis balls.

C. Avoid Physical Contact to Surfaces

1. Players will not be allowed to touch the tennis balls at any time during the lessons, unless they wear a protective glove when they would practice serves.
2. Players should NOT push the tennis balls with their hand, but instead they should: kick them to the net, use their rackets to push them to the net, so the coach can pick them up with a mower.
3. During lessons each player will be assigned a designated area by the coach and they should make sure that they only use that designated area to rest. Benches will be sanitized after each lesson.

D. Gloves

1. If the campers want to work on their serve, they will have to wear a disposable nitrile glove on their tossing hand. (Campers must disclose if they have any allergies to latex disposable gloves)
2. Campers who will use disposable gloves will be instructed on how to properly take off gloves and where to dispose of the gloves after use.



A. Social distancing of 6 feet will have to be maintained at all times between staff and clients.
B. During physical exertion (increased ventilation) social distancing will be extended to >9 feet.



A. Campers will arrive at the tennis courts no sooner than 5-10 minutes prior to start of Session for Drop-Off, No Exceptions.

Pick-Up time will be at the exact time when the camp session is ending.

C. Parents will not be allowed to get out of their cars at either drop-off or pick up, and if for some reason they have to get out of the car they have to wear a facial covering or mask.

D. Parents can stay in their car during the session, but they cannot come to watch the players or talk to the coaches and staff.

E. If Parents want to talk to the coach of their child they would have to call, text, or email

F. Parents will have to stay in the car and we will have to make sure that employees keep at least 6 feet of distance from the car.



At least two bathrooms will be available at each location. The bathrooms will be sanitized by a staff member after each use.



Benches, Mowers, Teaching Aids, Fitness equipment, Sweepers, and/or Liner will be sanitized, and put back into place at the end of each session or end of day/shift.


A. In the case of rain during a session players and coaches should go under a specified area with a roof and make sure that 6 feet of social distancing is respected.

B. In the case of rain-out sessions, parents will be notified by phone, text, or email to pick up the campers at the earliest opportunity.



A. Any Employee or Customer with a temperature >100.4 upon arrival will be sent home and advised to seek medical care.

B. If an employee or customer begins to show flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and/or constant sneezing should stay at home and visit a doctor.

C. If an employee or customer is confirmed to have COVID-19, CourtSense should inform fellow employees and customers of their possible exposure but maintain confidentiality as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

D. Fellow employees should self-monitor for symptoms.

E. Identify where the infected employee worked, as well as those individuals—including customers—the infected employee came into contact with during the 14 days prior to testing positive or first displaying symptoms.

F. CourtSense should notify affected customers, visitors, and vendors and instruct those employees who came into contact with the sick employee within the 14-day period to go home and self-isolate for 14 days, working remotely if possible.

G. Employees should not return to work until the criteria to discontinue home isolation are met. The CDC advises that critical infrastructure workers may be permitted to continue work following potential exposure to COVID-19, provided they remain asymptomatic and additional precautions are implemented.

H. OSHA recordkeeping requirements mandate covered CourtSense to record certain work related injuries and illnesses on their OSHA 300 log. OSHA released new guidance on May 19 that CourtSense is responsible for recording a COVID-19 case if it is confirmed as a COVID-19 illness; it is work-related; and involves one or more of the general recording criteria, such as medical treatment beyond first aid or days away from work.

I. Based on the size of the workplace and the potential breadth of exposure to coronavirus, CourtSense should consider closing immediately, coordinating with employees to work remotely during cleaning and disinfection.

J. Collaborate with local and state health departments to ensure appropriate protocols and guidelines, such as updated/additional guidance for cleaning and disinfection, are followed, including for identification of new potential cases of COVID-19.