Attendee check in process for NSW Clubs
If the club is registered as a COVID Safe business, use the QR code provided by the NSW Government for check-in.
It is recommended that you have at least two copies of the check in posters printed and preferably laminated available at your check in point. Keep the copies separated so people are not crowding around them.
Using the NSW Government QR Code there are different ways for customers to check in.
They can use their own mobile phone and:
- the Service NSW app and a MyServiceNSW Account; or
- the Service NSW app only; or
- the Service NSW Check-in webform.
Clubs do not have access to or need to keep these records as the NSW Government does this for you.
Many clubs are not registered as a COVID Safe business and that is OK.
If your club is not registered as a COVID Safe business, you can create your own QR code using their choice of QR code sites. PCANSW has instructions here https://www.pcansw.org.au/docs/general/80/qr_code_how_to.pdf
Clubs must keep these records securely for 28 days and provide them for contact tracing if required.
Clubs can ask attendees to fill out a hard copy attendance record with name and contact number and/or email. This option should always be available as a backup in case the electronic options are not available. Clubs must keep these records securely and provide them for contact tracing if required.