In this “new norm”, all EnergyOne gym members have to use SafeEntry to facilitate contact tracing, accept the reduced capacity of each gym and not be able to use the steam room and jacuzzi. But, here are some precautions that EnergyOne staff are doing to keep everyone safe.
Safe Management Officer and crowd monitoring
A safe management officer will be at each gym to closely monitor and ensure compliance by all gym users. Everyone’s safety is EnergyOne’s top priority and you can play your part by cooperating with the staff’s directions. With live updates on crowd levels, and members who are planning to visit EnergyOne, one can get real time indications of the crowd at each EnergyOne gym with the mSAFRA app.
More Deep Daily Cleaning
Cleaners thoroughly scrub the EnergyOne gym from top to bottom, four times a day to ensure cleanliness of the equipment. All gym equipment and commonly touched surfaces are treated with SDPro, a self-disinfecting coating.
The SDPro antimicrobial coating kills viruses, bacteria and fungi when it comes into contact with the treated surfaces, but is safe on human skin. It is able to remain in place even with repeated cleaning, as it adheres firmly to surfaces at a molecular level, and can last for up to six months.
Step On It
To disinfect the shoe soles of EnergyOne users, sanitising mats are placed at all entrances to EnergyOne gyms. When you step onto the mat, disinfection solution is pushed into the treads of your footwear to sanitise it.
Nothing wrong with overkill in these times: Sanitising wipes are available through dispensers located at different parts of the gym. This is in addition to the hand sanitisers and the stepped up cleaning frequency of equipment and common areas.
The Machines Are Not Spoilt
The gym looks like a fresh new place! In order to maintain a physical distance of at least two metres apart, many of EnergyOne’s gym equipment have been re-positioned, while some are deactivated, to enable users to maintain the required distance.