We at Working Gracie Garcia in keeping with the policy of Gracie Garcia Jiu-Jitsu Academy UK and that of the EBJJF ( Europian Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation ) recognise that we each and all have a ‘duty of care’ to protect our Association, Club, Members, Students and any club Visitors at all times.
We therefore draw your attention to following ‘club specific’ health & safety guidance that is designed to ‘reduce the risk’ of any potential injury and to protect the general welfare of all that wish to enter here, train or practice with us.
Ensure you make your self familiar withall fire door san descapeexitspriorto training, including the ‘sports centre specific’ health, safety and welfare notice boards.
The Gracie Garcia Dojo Etiquette together with the Gracie Garcia Grading syllabus are ‘guidance’ that is provided for your own safety and for the safety of others. They help and assist us in providing for a safe controlled learning environment and thus will be observed by all at all times.
With out exception you will not be allow edto train or come onto the mat with any long toe & finger nails or Jewellery of any kind.
If you carry any existing injury or ill ness or if one should develop duri he class ,if you have any doubt about your specific ability to train in Aikido then please seek guidance from the Club instructor.
All Gracie Garcia Jiu-Jitsu Instructors are registered with the EBJJF ( Europian Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation ) carry EBJJF individual identification coaching certification, together with professional indemnity (PI) insurance and will have basic first aid training. All instructors and voluntary helpers are CRB registered.
All Gracie Garcia Jiu-Jitsu students must becovered by current insurance and must comply with Club and Gracie Garcia UK Health & Safety guidance.
I fin any doubt at any time then seek advice from the club instructor.
This health & safety guidance has been provided in good faith