COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES
We are taking extra measures to ensure the safety of all customers and staff in which we have built on the many procedures already in place to protect us all.
We have always diligently followed Food Safety Laws and maintain an A grade standard of hygiene and have a current Food Control Plan.
We are following the public health guidelines for us to be open at level 2.
This means we should have contract tracing in place. Maintain physical distancing of 1 meter between groups of customers. No groups larger than 10 people. Maintain a 2 hour time limit for customers to be at The Speight's Ale House. The 3 S's, separated, seated, single server when practical and have a max 100 customers on our premise.
Our staff are trained appropriately in food hygiene practices, but we have been reinforcing hygiene measures, including hand hygiene, and we have increased the cleaning frequency of The Bar and Restaurant and are focusing on high volume touch points making sure we are disinfecting all surfaces.
We have hand sanitizers at staff sinks along with soap and paper towels to ensure proper hand washing procedures by everyone who works for us.
We have asked any staff whom feel unwell to stay at home and we ask that customers who are unwell do the same. We are also doing daily checks on the wellness of our staff when they arrive at work.
All Hospitality venue staff and guests are required to follow Ministry of Health and Government guidelines to assist with reducing transmission and management of COVID-19. Staff, suppliers and customers will have to scan into the covid-19 register when they arrive at The Ale House. We will also be keeping your details for the COVID 19 register when you order online for pick up or delivery so that you don’t have to fill anything out when you get your meals. This information must be kept for 8 weeks and will only be used for the purpose of contact tracing at the request of the Ministry of Health or local District Health Board.
Thank you to everyone who continues to support local businesses as the COVID-19 situation evolves.