CHECKLIST, PAGE 3
WORK IN THE STAND DURING THE FAIR
Clear signage with the maximum number of permitted people at the stand
Put up clear signage indicating the maximum number of people permitted at the stand at any one time.
System for monitoring the number of people at the stand
Ensure that there are ongoing checks of the number of people at the stand at any one time. Inform all stand staff how you will limit the number of visitors when the maximum number has been reached. Separate entrances and exits are recommended if you have a larger stand.
Create a system to avoid crowding around exhibited caravans, camper vans and other camping equipment. Only allow one person, or groups that consist solely of family members, at a time into each caravan/camper can/camping equipment.
Recommended distance also for seating
If you have seating at the stand, this must also adhere to the recommended distance of 1.5 metres between seats. If this is not possible, screens can be installed instead, e.g. plexiglass that goes above head height for seated meetings.
Access to hand sanitiser at your standHand sanitiser stations must be strategically placed at the entrances and exits to the stand, and close to any exposed surfaces. Hand sanitiser must be available to both visitors and stand staff.
Extra cleaning of exposed surfaces
The stand must be cleaned regularly. Particularly exposed surfaces, such as reception desks or meeting tables must be wiped down with particular frequency.
Minimise the risk of infection between visitors
Avoid bowls of sweets, giveaways and the like where visitors pick their own.
Minimise the risk of infection between staff and visitors
Avoid close contact, such as shaking hands with one another, and respect the relevant distance recommendations. Replace physical business cards with digital business cards, etc.