SOCIAL ETIQUETTE

Etiquette is always evolving; it is never set in stone. What is set in stone, is the idea of respect for oneself and others.

Together we can stop the spread.

Cough & Sneeze Etiquette

Good respiratory etiquette is vital to prevent the spread of respiratory infections. We ask that all patrons and staff adhere to the guidelines below.

• Covering nose/mouth using disposable tissues when coughing, or sneezing

• Disposing of tissue in the nearest bin after use

• Please wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub after contact with respiratory secretions.

• Difficult as it is, we ask that you make every effort to keep your hands away from your eyes, nose and mouth.

• No tissue, no issue. Please use the crook of your arm or elbow to cover your nose and mouth.

• For obvious reasons, please do not use your hands.

Interaction Etiquette

It is imperative that social distancing is adhered to when interacting with other members of the public whilst socialising. It is important that other patrons socialising feel safe and your understanding of other peoples wish to keep distance will be appreciated by both staff and patrons. In the event social distancing is unavoidable, please ensure you wear a mask to protect you and others around you.

 

Space Aware Do’s & Don’ts

  1. Ensure personal hygiene

  2. If unwell, do not enter any premises where you are likely to infect others.

  3. Respect other patrons’ personal space

  4. Where possible pay electronically

  5. Use table service to minimise the need to move about.

  6. Do adhere to health guidelines on cough & sneeze etiquette

  7. Remember, you do not know what another persons reason for being more cautious may be

  8. Take personal responsibility and consideration of others when using bathrooms

  9. Please dispose of your personal face masks in one of the bins provided

  10. Do have fun

WHAT TO EXPECT

Businesses all across the country have implemented a number of measures to ensure the safety of their customers. These measures will come into effect

SOCIAL ANXIETY

As the country begins to reopen. It is important to understand that social anxiety will be normal, as we learn to adjust to a new norm in terms of socialising. 

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