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CLUB RULES FOR ONELIFEFITNESS.IE

To help keep the atmosphere and create a respectful environment for all members we politely request that

the following rules be observed

OPENING HOURS
The Club's opening hours, as amended from time to time, are displayed at reception.
Members must ensure they cease use of the Club facilities at least 30 minutes before the Club closes to allow adequate time for showering and dressing.
GUESTS
Admitted on payment in advance of the Guest Fee. Guests must book with the Club in advance. Members must accompany their guests at all times and
members shall not leave the Club premises before their guests. All guests must sign the guest book and the appropriate Physical Activity Readiness
Questionnaire. The Club reserves the right to refuse admission to a guest for reasons of health and safety or if the proposed guest has previously not
complied with Club rules.
FITNESS AREAS
Club approved footwear and clothing must be worn at all times. Access to the fitness areas may be limited in the event of classes or pre-organised
sessions. Details of these will be posted on Club notice boards.
SAUNA/STEAM ROOM
Members must ensure they are aware of the age restrictions (as displayed on Club notice boards, or as instructed by staff) applying to the use of the
Sauna/Steam Room by minors. Minors must be supervised by an accompanying adult at all times unless otherwise permitted by the Club. Members and
Guests must shower after using the Sauna and Steam Room and before using the Swimming Pool. Shaving and exfoliating are not permitted in the Sauna
or Steam Room.
SUNBED FACILITIES
Members must ensure they are aware of the age restrictions (as displayed on Club notice boards, or as instructed by staff) applying to the use of the
Sunbeds and other tanning facilities. Members and Guests should ensure that they familiarise themselves with the Sunbed and tanning information
notices and complete the questionnaire issued by the Club prior to their first session. Safety goggles must be worn whilst Sunbeds are in operation.
Members and guests are requested to clean the Sunbeds before and after use with the fluid provided.
CHANGING ROOMS
No children are allowed in the changing room of the opposite sex once they have reached the age determined by the Club. Club staff or other users of the
changing rooms at the time may agree to relax this particular restriction in particular circumstances.
LOCKERS
For security reasons, Members and Guests are asked to store personal belongings in the lockers provided. All usage of lockers is governed by the
membership terms and conditions. Lockers are provided on a daily basis only, and items left overnight will be removed on the following day and treated
as lost property.
SWIMMING POOL (If Applicable)
No running, jumping or diving in Pool areas is allowed. Minors using the Pool must be suitably supervised at all times as required by the Club. Pool areas
are not supervised by the Club staff at all times. For reasons of Health and Hygiene, it is necessary for all Members and guests to shower before entering
the Pool. Showers are provided for this purpose in the changing areas and/or on poolside. Members and guests with verrucae, athletes foot, or similar
communicable maladies must not use the Pool. Radios, lilos, buggies and anything which the Club in its absolute discretion considers to be a hazard or
otherwise detrimental to the use of the Pool and its environs are not permitted. Members and guests are asked to wear conventional swimming costumes
only. Babies and children are also required to wear appropriate costumes. All children under the age of 2, or not yet toilet trained must wear Aqua
Nappies whilst in the Swimming Pool. The Pool may be reserved at certain periods for adults only sessions, swimming lessons or children’s parties. Prior
notice will be displayed on Club notice boards. No food or drink is to be taken in or consumed in the pool area.
LOST PROPERTY
All lost property found on the premises should be handed in to the Club reception. Items whose ownership cannot be identified will be stored by the Club
for six weeks and then donated to local charities. Items which appear valuable may be sold with the proceeds donated to charity.
SAFETY AND HYGIENE
In the interest of Safety and Hygiene, no crockery or glasses are allowed in the changing rooms, fitness areas, dance studios, swimming pool and other
activity areas. No pets will be allowed in the Club premises, with the exception of guide dogs. Entry to the Club is only permitted at the Club reception and
entrance. Fire exits, which are clearly marked, are there in the interests of safety and members and guests must not interfere with these doors for any
reason. In the event of an emergency evacuation, members and guests must immediately make their way in an orderly fashion to the nearest available
exit.
BEHAVIOUR
If any member shall cause nuisance or annoyance to other members, guests or Club staff, or misuse the Club facilities, or breach any etiquette
guidelines, or generally behave inappropriately, the Club reserves the right to refuse admission or suspend or terminate membership. In particular,
abusive language, threatening or violent behaviour will not be tolerated. All minors using the Club must be supervised by an accompanying adult at all
times. No photography (including the taking of images through a mobile phone or camcorder) is allowed in any area of the Club.
COMMENTS AND COMPLAINTS
Please refer to any comments or complaints to a member of the Club staff. Written complaints must be addressed to the Club General Manager.
GENERAL
No food or drink, alcoholic or otherwise, or illegal substances may be brought into and consumed within the Club or its grounds.
The Club is a non smoking environment.
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY READINESS QUESTIONNAIRE
Upon joining the Club all new members are required to complete and sign a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire. The purpose of this is to ensure
that the Club’s staff are fully informed of any physical or medical condition which could affect the members ability or suitability to take part in physical
activities. Only if the Club’s staff are fully and accurately informed, can they assess the member’s health and fitness level and prepare an appropriate
exercise program. The Club strongly recommends that all members seek medical advice before commencing a new exercise programme and The Club
reserves the right to request a doctor’s certificate and to reject a membership application if a satisfactory doctor’s certificate is not received by The Club.