We are working hard to provide our members with up to date useful resources to help navigate the challenges presented by Covid-19.
- Safe Working Practices and Exiting Lockdown E-Learning Course
- Covid-19 Risk Assessment
- Rider Registration Form
- Volunteer Induction Form
- Social Distancing on Yards
- Guidance on the Government Job Retention Scheme
Safe Working Practices and Exiting Lockdown
Our ABRS accredited Certificated E-Learning Course on Safe Working Practices and exiting lockdown for you and your staff. Please email the office firstname.lastname@example.org with the names and email addresses of the participants to gain access to the course.
This training takes just 15 minutes and on completion of the course each staff member will receive a certificate.
We have created a specific rider registration form for use during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Download your form to email to riders prior to their arrival onsite.
The government has published numerous updates to the guidance in respect of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme since the first version on 26 March 2020,
Download the latest information.
Read how and why you should carry out a Covid-19 Risk Assessment.
Download our information pack and generic risk assessment
Social distancing reduces the risk of transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) through direct infection.
Find out how you can safely social distance on yards.
Exiting Lockdown Safely Accreditation
The Association of British Riding Schools (ABRS) are assisting all riding centres and livery yards by offering Exiting Lockdown Safely Accreditation, verified by the ABRS.
As equestrian businesses enter the transition phase it is important for centres and yards to reassure clients that their facilities are a safe place to visit and that the correct measures and protocols are in place.
Jane Williams, Acting Chair of the ABRS said, “‘The ABRS are delighted to offer equestrian centre owners this ABRS verified Accreditation on Exiting Lockdown Safely, which is open to all. The verification will reassure clients that employers and staff are putting their safety first, reducing risks of infection through operating in the safest way possible”
On completing the verification, centres will get a certificate to demonstrate their understanding and commitment to ensuring a safe environment for all.