That's exactly what I am saying. There is likely more than one way to achieve the necessary degree of safety. What works for one club may not work for another. Some flexibility is necessary, as long as people properly understand the risk and can mitigate for it. Just because AGB say "ask for X or Y product" does not mean others are inferior. I work on a UK national standards committee in an intrinsically dangerous industry. You cannot cater for all eventualities. You have to use your own judgement to decide if something is safe in the circumstances you find yourself in.There is no reason why a clubs RA can’t state that they will supply a suitable face (depending on what the archer wants to shoot) and that once given out the archer must take home and bring it to each session, the same with pins.
The club will need a safe way to give out the equipment initially but once done it will meet their RA (E.g. pliers/tongs to set pins out in groups of 4, similarly to pick target faces out of a pile, equipment to be cleaned between use. Minimises human contact with pins and faces being given out).
The ArcheryGB RA is a template that clubs will need to adapt to their own circumstances. Risk Assessments should not be taken from elsewhere without being reviewed and changed according to local needs, that is a recipe for disaster.
Common sense goes a long way to protecting people. If you presume every surface that you touch can be contaminated and act accordingly, you have gone a long way to protecting yourself.
On the bright side, the risk of catching a head cold should be way down this year