Roller Skating Association International
Covid-19 Resources
We understand that the current situation with Covid-19 continues to be changing every hour. That's why we have created this page to give members access to materials, webinars, files and resources to help you in your businesses. Please check back on this page and the RSA News Page for updated press releases and information as it becomes available to you from organizations around the country. 

SBA Grants, Loans and Other Programs

Readiness Reports & Private Lesson Guidelines

Covid-19 Waivers and Poster

Great American Skate Event

RSA Members across the country are poised to hold the one of the nation's largest fundraising events for the roller skating industry. Download the materials to help promote the event or fundraising in your state here:

Materials for Rinks

If you are looking to download the posters to edit for your skating center, please click on the "posters to edit" link. You can also purchase the poster kit, download the new RSA's Covid-19 Guidelines, as well as download the letter to your governors to send out.

Join the Conversation

If you are not a member of our RSA Facebook group where you can get ideas and support from 680+ other members, please do so today. Note: You must be an RSA member listed on your account to join. 

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

CARES Act Resources & Tax Credits

SBA Loan and Economic Injury Loan Program Resources

Paycheck Protection Program

Updated April 26, 2020: The Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, provided updates to their Paycheck Protection Program (PPP or P3) Loan Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on Sunday, April 26th. This article provides a summary of the additional clarifications provided.

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to small businesses. Find the complete guide on this here: Coronavirus Emergency Loans Small Business Guide and Checklist from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Importantly, these PPP loans may be forgiven if borrowers maintain their payrolls during the crisis or restore their payrolls afterward.

The administration has released initial guidelines; they are available at The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has issued this guide to help small businesses and self-employed individuals check eligibility and prepare to file for a loan.
Small businesses and sole proprietors began applying on April 3. Independent contractors and self-employed individuals can apply beginning on April 10. The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has a search tool to help you find a bank that offers PPP loans at:

You can apply through any existing SBA 7(a) lender or through any federally insured depository institution, federally insured credit union, and Farm Credit System institution that is participating. Other regulated lenders will be available to make these loans once they are approved and enrolled in the program. You should consult with your local lender as to whether it is participating. While the program is open until June 30, 2020, the government is advising borrowers to apply as soon as possible given the loan cap on the program. 

Please note that we have found that the following sheets provided by the Department of the Treasury have been changing daily. We will make every attempt to update as new information becomes available. We encourage you to visit the page with the following links here >>

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

During a pandemic, ADA-covered employers may ask such employees if they are experiencing symptoms of the pandemic virus. For COVID-19, these include symptoms such as fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, or sore throat. Employers must maintain all information about employee illness as a confidential medical record in compliance with the ADA. The technical assistance link below provides information about Titles I and V of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 501 of the Rehabilitation Act and pandemic planning in the workplace.(1) This document was originally issued in 2009, during the spread of H1N1 virus, and has been re-issued on March 19, 2020, to incorporate updates regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.  It identifies established ADA principles that are relevant to questions frequently asked about workplace pandemic planning such as:
  • How much information may an employer request from an employee who calls in sick, in order to protect the rest of its workforce when an influenza pandemic appears imminent?
  • When may an ADA-covered employer take the body temperature of employees during a pandemic?
  • Does the ADA allow employers to require employees to stay home if they have symptoms of the pandemic influenza virus?
  • When employees return to work, does the ADA allow employers to require doctors’ notes certifying their fitness for duty? 

Guidelines from EEOC and Legal Professionals

Federal Legislative & National Resources

OSHA Guidelines

Press Releases

Contact Your Representatives

Sample Letters to Use


Federal Elected Officials

State Elected Officials

Local Elected Officials

  • Locate your mayor by name, city, or population size.
  • Find your county executive (the head of the executive branch of government in your county) by map search or your ZIP Code. The county executive may be an elected or an appointed position.
  • Get contact information for your city, county, and town officials.

Scams and Fraud Schemes

The SBA has begun to notice several scams and fraud issues popping up. Feel free to download this flyer from the SBA or read the following.

SBA does not initiate contact on either 7a or Disaster loans or grants.  If you are proactively contacted by someone claiming to be from the SBA, suspect fraud.

If you are contacted by someone promising to get approval of an SBA loan, but requires any payment up front or offers a high interest bridge loan in the interim, suspect fraud.
SBA limits the fees a broker can charge a borrower to 3% for loans $50,000 or less and 2% for loans $50,000 to $1,000,000 with an additional ¼% on amounts over $1,000,000.  Any attempt to charge more than these fees is inappropriate.
If you have a question about getting a SBA disaster loan, call 800-659-2955 or send an email to
If you have questions about other SBA lending products, call SBA’s Answer Desk at 800-827-5722 or send an email to

If you are in the process of applying for an SBA loan and receive email correspondence asking for PII, ensure that the referenced application number is consistent with the actual application number.
  • Look out for phishing attacks/scams utilizing the SBA logo.  These may be attempts to obtain your personally identifiable information (PII),to obtain personal banking access, or to install ransomware/malware on your computer.
  • Any email communication from SBA will come from accounts ending with
  • The presence of an SBA logo on a webpage does not guaranty the information is accurate or endorsed by SBA.  Please cross-reference any information you receive with information available at
Report Fraud
Report any suspected fraud to OIG’s Hotline at 800-767-0385 or online at,

Unemployment Information

File Downloads Provided by Members and Presenters

Committee Webinars

Flyers and Visual Aids

Concessions, Cleaning, Materials and Social Distancing Suggestions

We encourage our members to sit in our weekly townhall meetings to get information and advice on cleaning methods, how to shift your facility to take account for social distancing measures, etc. Here are a few links that may be helpful. - $44 No-Touch thermometers - $149.99 Non-Contact Forehead InfraRed Thermometer

Ozone Machines
Here is a link concerning using ozone generators to disinfect. The article deals directly with the Covid 19 virus and Ozone generators.
This is the link to the generator that Jim Park of Neville Roller Drome purchased in March. There are many out there but this one seems to work well in the various areas in their rink. You will need several of them to cover large areas.
Information on choosing ozone generators
A google serach using the words "how to choose an ozone generator" will generate the following:

State Orders and Opening Guidelines

To find your state, visit the US Chamber of Commerce where they continue to update each state's guidelines.