Masks: Not mandatory. The current advice from the New Zealand Government Department of Health is that masks are not mandatory for customers, although they do increase protection against the spread of the virus.
Social Distancing: Maintain distance of at least 1.5 meters.
Health Declaration: Customers may be asked to provide contact information like mobile phone numbers for immediate and quick contact tracing.
Masks: Not mandatory. The current advice from the New Zealand Government Department of Health is that face masks must be worn by business staff only if social distancing measures of at least 1.5m cannot be maintained.
Personal hygiene: Hands need to be cleaned regularly with soap and water.
Social distancing: Maintain distance of at least 1.5 meters.
Medical check up: Employees will be going through regular medical examinations. Those who feel unwell and/or have fever must stay home.
Signage and poster to communicate to visitors and staff safe distancing and health measures.
Staff needs to be trained in operations for hygiene safety. They need to ensure that visitors/customers are well-informed of the degree of exposure to COVID-19 risk within the activity and the need for following risk controls.
Cleaning of the Bus and venues visited by the operator is increased, hand sanitizers placed in strategic locations, and clean air/regular ventilation need to be ensured for indoor places.
All businesses must keep records to facilitate contact tracing.