Protecting the Integrity & Reputation of Irish Horseracing

HEALTH SCREENING NOTICE

Trial extension to health screening opening from Saturday 25th July

Please continue to complete by 6pm the day before racing.

For anyone who may have forgotten, you can now complete it up to 11pm the night before.

You will not be approved or receive your barcode until the next morning – check application says Pending to prove submission was successful before logging out.

No support after 1pm – if you are having difficulty please leave a message on 045 445656.  Only messages received before 11pm will be accepted.

There will continue be no exceptions for anyone who has not completed health screening by 11pm

 

Raceday Health Screening Process

FIRST TIME REGISTERING: Please read all the information below before starting

**Please call the helpline if no SMS is received confirming registration was successful on the day of registering for the first time regardless of receiving your barcode**


LOG IN TO CHECK YOUR STATUS BEFORE CALLING THE SUPPORT NUMBER FOR ASSISTANCE

Please watch the video below for assistance

DAILY LOG-IN:
Please click below before 6pm

 

WHEN TO REGISTER

Two days before you attend your first meeting
or
if already registered or have already attended a race meeting, one day before your next meeting

MUST BE COMPLETED BY 6pm - NO EXCEPTIONS

When you register for the first time you will receive a barcode valid to attend racing in TWO DAYS time only.

If you wish to register in advance of your first meeting (i.e. more than two days before), you must then LOGIN again ONE DAY before you are due to attend a race meeting to receive a barcode valid for that day.

Click here to Register and Click REGISTER
(not login):

 
See below for full instructions and watch the instructional video
Once you have registered, log in with your email and password in 24 hours time to check your status
 

INSTRUCTIONS and see VIDEO below for details

  • Use your own email address:
    CANNOT register same email twice

  • Use your own mobile number:
    CANNOT register same number twice, drop the "0" (353087 ******* or 44078 *******)

  • Upload ID Photograph:
    From smart phone or a photo saved on your desktop

  • Password:
    Must be at least 8 characters with one Capital, one lowercase and one Digit

  • Eircode / Postcode:
    If you don't know your Eircode / Postcode, enter 0000

  • Accuracy:
    Make sure details are CORRECT, if wrong phone number entered you will not receive your barcode by text

  • Check Boxes:
    These two boxes must be clicked at end of the Questionnaire each time

  • Barcodes:
    Will be received by text message AND/OR login again and retrieve

  • Baseline Questionnaire:
    Please ensure to answer all questions accurately when you register for the first time

  • Daily Questions:
    Please ensure to answer all questions accurately when you login one day before all meetings you are attending

IMPORTANT

LOG IN TO CHECK YOUR STATUS BEFORE CALLING THE SUPPORT NUMBER FOR ASSISTANCE

If you have not received a text message with your barcode please log in and check if you have been approved before calling the helpline, you can retrieve your barcode this way to access the race meeting

For assistance with registration, please call our temporary support number: 045-445656 between
10am and 1pm Mon - Fri,
9am - 11am Sat, Sun & bank holidays.

Health Screening Check-In Times

The Health Screening Check-In Area will open 3 hours before the first race and close 30 minutes before the last race. 

 

The only exception will be for the first race meeting behind closed doors at a racecourse whereby the Health Screening Check-In Area will open 4 hours before the first and close 30 minutes before the last.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES

Introduction

Education of all attendees – please see https://www.youtube.com/watch...

  • Health Screening is mandatory for ALL racecourse attendees at EVERY race meeting
  • This will be strictly enforced with a zero-tolerance policy
  • Three components are required for entry to the racecourse and all three must be completed before entry will be granted:
  1. AIR card scan where applicable or name on pre-determined list
  2. Health Screening Questionnaire Barcode scan
  3. Temperature check

 

There will be no exceptions.

Upon Arrival at the Racecourse
Health Screening Barcode
Station 2
General Requirements

Raceday Baseline Questions

Please find below questions you will be asked when you register with the IHRB Health Screening Web/App, 48 hours before you attend your first Race meeting, to be granted access to attend.

I would be very grateful if you could review the questions in advance of this.  If you will be answering yes to any of the Questions, please call to discuss:

Dr. Jennifer Pugh
Senior Medical Officer
Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board
The Curragh
Co. Kildare
jennifer.pugh@ihrb.ie
087 2788717

This will ensure we have addressed all concerns in advance of our return and there will be no issues arising when you register before your first meeting.

Please note, a Yes answer to the questions does not mean you will not be granted access, rather that your circumstances require further discussion and you may need some specific advice.

Baseline Questions

1
Have you received a diagnosis of COVID-19 at any stage?
2
Do you think you may have had COVID-19 but have not been tested?
3
Have you been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 in the last 14 days? (less than 2m for more than 15 minutes accumulative in 1 day)
4
Do you have flu-like symptoms, including fever, cough, or shortness of breath now or in the last 14 days?
5
Do any of your household members currently have flu-like symptoms, including fever, cough or shortness of breath?
6
Do you undertake any other work that may place you at risk of COVID19 exposure? For example, hospital, Nursing Home or other healthcare setting, Meat processing plant, any workplace where social distancing is not possible or is not being implemented?
7
Do any of your household members work within a healthcare facility where there are currently cases of Covid-19?
8
Have you received treatment as an inpatient in hospital within the last 14 days?
9
Have you or any of your household members travelled abroad, including the UK, within the last 14 days?
10
Are you in a high-risk group or been advised by Government to COCOON?
11
Are you over 70 years old?
12
Do you suffer from an underlying medical condition which places you in a high-risk category, as outlined by the HSE?


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