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CORONA VIRUS LESSONS
General advice to protect yourself and others
As we all know by now the general advice to protect yourself is to wash your hands frequently and properly with an Alcohol based hand rub.
Practice good Respiratory hygiene when coughing or sneezing and cover your mouth and nose with a flexed elbow or arm.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
For the complete list of symptoms, please refer to the HSE website. HSE.ie
Before the lesson begins please take the the following information into consideration
Do you have any symptoms such as High temperature (38 degrees Celsius or above), dry cough or shortness of breath
Do you know anyone who has these symptoms
Have you or anyone you know travelled to or from a high risk area
Be sure you have your own Personal Protection Equipment such as face mask (except those who cannot do so for health reasons.
The Instructor will wear a mask.
Please bring your own hand sanitiser and use just before entering the drivers seat or passenger seat
Be sure all your Personal Protection Equipment is on prior to entering the car (To be provided by the client)
Please bring a large Bin Bag to cover your driving seat while taking your lesson, and take it away with you when finished (For your own health benefit and those who sit in this seat after you).
Sanitise hands before and after your lesson
Payments should be made beforehand through Bank Transfer (I will provide details), cash will not be accepted
The Car will be sanitised properly before every lesson and there will be no physical contact between the Instructor and the pupil, the learner permit should be sanitised before presenting to the Instructor
Customers using their own vehicle should ensure their vehicle is properly sanitised and air conditioning turned off
Windows will be left slightly open to allow air circulation.......Air conditioning will be turned off
The Driving Lesson will not go ahead in the following circumstances
If the client is in poor physical health, high temperature, dry cough, or shortness of breath
If the client arrives without their own suitable PPE (Mask)
Keep updated and please refer to the following website regularly for updates: www.hse.ie/coronavirus