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Gym Waiver (COVID)

Gym Waiver (COVID)

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated May 15, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Gym waiver is a document that limits the liability of a gym from various claims by its customers in relation to COVID-19.

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Document Summary

This document informs customers of the broad risks that come with attending a gym while the COVID-19 pandemic remains afoot. The document also requires that customers waive their rights to sue the gym in reasonable circumstances.

Use this Stand Down Notice if:

  • You operate a gym, which will reopen soon
  • The COVID-19 pandemic remains on foot and you wish to ensure that your liability is limited within this context

What does this document cover:

  • The general risks associated with attending a gym and using its equipment
  • The unique risks of COVID-19
  • A waiver from liability for general risks and COVID-19 risks

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