Safety and Cleanliness
Krav Maga Houston Community,
KMH staff and contractors have completed a series of health, safety, and sanitary efforts to better secure the safety of our community – staff, instructors, and students alike.
Our plan builds upon Krav Maga Houston’s already recognized high standards of health, cleanliness, and safety, including:
We have successfully installed powerful bacteria and virus killing (including COVID-19) UV lights within the HVAC systems between the coils and the ducts pushing air into all of the rooms within the facilities. In some cases, we have been able to add a potent filter to the return air ducts as well.
In addition to existing cleaning protocols, we have added a rigorous disinfecting process after every class is completed and have a cleaning service in place to clean overnight. Records of our efforts and corresponding results can be found posted on the wall opposite the front desk with cleanliness readings taken by a third party who also completes a thorough disinfecting process once monthly in addition to our daily efforts.
Medical-grade disinfectants which are designated effective against the COVID-19 virus with a kill time of one minute or less will be used for all continuous and deep-cleaning processes, including our disinfecting efforts between each class.
We have adjusted the class schedule to allow for a healthy mix of in-facility and online classes to support our community. In addition, we have spaced each class to facilitate entry and exit into the training rooms with minimal or “no contact” interaction if desired.
Students in direct contact will be required to wear masks – surgical masks or breathable buffs are acceptable. We will moderate the pace of the class to account for this requirement.
Per medical direction, “no touch” thermometers will be utilized to take temperatures for all staff and for students attending in-facility classes. Acceptable temperature readings are 99.5 degrees and below.
Anyone displaying symptoms consistent with COVID-19 or other illnesses – including staff and/or students – must refrain from attending in-facility classes.