NRA - Retail Reopening Action Plan - Covid 19 Checklist

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Making alcohol-based hand sanitiser at key locations such as store entrances, building entrances, customer service desks and food courts.

Increasing frequent cleaning and disinfecting of regularly used objects and hard surfaces (e.g. payment registers, ETFPOS machines, shopping trolleys, counters and benches, food-court tables, staff-rooms) and other key hygiene measures (e.g. waste disposal).

Facilitating and encouraging social distancing guidelines, which is currently a distance of 1.5m. Actions could include signage ‘reminders’ and ground markings (e.g. stickers or tape) for queueing.

Ensuring public gathering limits in accordance with Government direction are adhered to, which is currently no more than 1 person per 4m2 in stores (inclusive of staff),. You can regulate access points, monitor customer counts at relevant entrances, and display signage.

Promoting contactless transactions such as ‘tap and go’ instead of cash for payments, facilitating distancing at counters and benches, and having staff wear disposable gloves when they are handling objects and money.

Monitoring and encouraging customer adherence to relevant public health guidelines by security guards and other personnel, which may also include police visits to shopping centres.

Continuing to focus on the community’s access to essential services such as supermarkets, pharmacies and health and medical facilities, especially for vulnerable people.

Daily check-ins with employees on their well-being, ensuring employees and contractors are properly trained and have access to relevant information and personal protective equipment (PPE). These check-ins will include monitoring customer behaviour to ensure retail workers are being treated with respect.

Fostering open and frequent communication between shopping centre management and retailers, including to alert each party to any public health authority directive, to assist authorities when required, and continue to release information and guidance to employees and customers about good hygiene advice

Maintaining relevant essential safety measures such as air-handling systems, exit doors, emergency power supply, smoke alarms, sprinkler systems and bre-isolated stairs.

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