COVID 19 social distancing, hygiene facilities

Adhering to strict COVID 19 social distancing and hygiene facilities barriers will be at entrances to the Square will be manned by security staff and stewards, where ‘wash stations’ will be positioned, hand sanitiser, antibacterial wipes are to be used before entering.

Notices and signage promoting hand hygiene and social distancing throughout the site. Clear guidance on social distancing and hygiene will be given to people on arrival.

Masks are to be worn before entering the market at the security barrier (to be worn at all times except when eating and drinking when public will be expected to remove and replace the security staff has to be informed if any e health issues and unable to wear a mask

Contact details will be required to be given to meet with government requirements and will be destroyed after 21 days once the time.

Security alongside stewards will monitor the number of attendees at Stafford Walking Street Market and kept to acceptable levels for outdoors

There will be sets of tables and chairs for small groups near one another while still providing plenty of opportunities for social distancing. Family groups can stay together otherwise will follow social distancing guidelines (2m, or 1m with risk mitigation where 2m is not viable, is acceptable) at the venue (I have bought tables that seat two people as well as 4ft ones for families)

Any customers with children are responsible for supervising them at all times and should follow social distancing guidelines.

Larger distance between the traders neighbours allowing for 2 metre markings for public to queue in front or to the side depending on the position of the vendor. All with signage

Site plan drafted to allow for a larger distance between the traders neighbours allowing for 2 metre markings for public to queue in front or to the side depending on the position of the vendor

Revised risk assessments required with social distancing measures and from all attending vendors outlining the social distancing measures the extra precautions in place including regular disinfecting regime and handling of money and food and will be checked regularly on the day

Regular announcements to remind customers to follow social distancing advice and disinfect/clean their hands regularly

Cashless payments are the preferred form of payment for goods.

Staff will be issued with hand sanitiser and required to use regularly they will also wear gloves and masks

Staff responsible for disinfecting any tables on site used by the public regularly and after public have moved away

All tables once vacated will be disinfected and public are asked to dispose of wrappers and cups in the bins provided