COVID 19

WEBSITE STATEMENT – COVID 19

https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus


The safety of our community – visitors, regular groups and indeed our staff is vitally important and our number one priority!

We have introduced a number of changes in the way we operate here at New Images to ensure that we are following the government’s latest guidelines and advice. We shall continue to monitor the situation and keep you up to date with any changes as and when they are announced.

Please take a look at the new rules of play for both staff and visitors attending the building itself:


SHOWING SYMPTONS?

We politely request that if you or any close family members are suffering from the symptoms relating to covid-19, that you do not enter the building. Symptoms include:


A temperature of more than 37.8
A new continuous cough
Loss or change to sense of smell or taste.


Also, if you feel generally unwell please stay at home.

ON ARRIVAL:

FACE COVERINGS:

All guests and staff must wear an appropriate face covering when entering the building (unless you are exempt for medical reasons) and can be removed when you reach your designated class/group. The mask/covering must be put back on when moving around the building (such as visiting the toilet or exiting the centre). You will be refused entry if you do not comply.


TRACK AND TRACE:
There are 2 options available – you can sign in using our “track and trace” register by filling in by hand

Or

Download the NHS COVID-19 free App on your phone and simply scan the QR code poster that’s located in the main entrance and the rear of the building.


TEMPERATURE CHECKS:
On arrival, all visitors and employees will have their temperatures checked. If this is showing to be more than 37.8, unfortunately, you will be unable to enter the centre.


CLEANING AND SANITISING:
Cleaning regimes have been greatly increased in all areas of the centre. We have also installed hand sanitisers throughout the building which are clearly marked and would encourage all visitors to use these regularly throughout their visit.