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Woolworths stores nationally prepare for a COVIDSafe Christmas

first_imgWoolworths stores nationally prepare for a COVIDSafe Christmas With more than one million* extra Australians on our shores this year compared to last year due to travel restrictions, Woolworths is preparing for one of its busiest Christmas seasons ever.While COVID-19 might change the way many Australians celebrate Christmas this year, Woolworths’ commitment to providing a COVIDSafe environment for its customers and teams will not.Since March, Woolworths has proactively launched more than 120 best practice COVID-19 safety policies and initiatives across all its stores, distribution centres and offices.This December, in preparation for the higher volumes of customers expected in the lead up to Christmas, additional hygiene, cleaning and social distancing measures include:Investing an extra $3 million in additional cleaning of high touch surfaces including baskets and trolleys;Testing a new range of automatic hand sanitiser units and Assisted Check Out wipe units in select stores to add to the 3,500 hand sanitiser stations currently installed across the store network; andTrialling a ‘car wash’ for trolleys that allows up to ten trolleys at a time be pushed through a standalone unit while sprayed with a disinfectant. The innovative technology was first trialled in October and currently being rolled out to a further five stores across Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales this month.Woolworths Group Chief Medical Officer, Dr Rob McCartney said: “As we enter the busiest shopping season of the year, we’re focused on ensuring our store teams and customers remain COVIDSafe.“We really want everyone to be able to celebrate the spirit of Christmas in our stores and there are a few simple things customers can do to help make it a positive experience.“Our research shows a lot of customers still plan to do the bulk of their shopping in the days leading up to Christmas. That’s understandable as customers will want the freshest possible seafood, meat and fruit and veg on the Christmas table.“But to limit your time in store during the peaks, it’s a good idea to buy all your pantry items, dry grocery, decorations, drinks and confectionery in early December.“If that’s not an option for you, we would recommend using the Q-Tracker tool on our website or on the Woolworths Shopping app to track in-store traffic and avoid the busiest periods where queuing might be necessary.”Customers are also encouraged to make use of the list builder in the Woolworths App. The App helps customers organise shopping lists aisle by aisle so they can avoid wandering up and down aisles looking for products.Dr McCartney concluded: “It’s been really pleasing to see how our customers and teams have responded to the COVIDSafe initiatives we have introduced in our stores.“We’ll continue to look for new and innovative ways to build on our existing COVIDSafe protocols and procedures to ensure we’re providing the safest possible environments we can for our team and customers.“We’d like to thank our customers for their ongoing patience as we work through these challenging times together, and importantly, we wish all our customers a festive, enjoyable and safe Christmas.”Woolworths COVIDSafe initiatives in-stores and onlineDigital queuing technology (Q Tracker) that uses real-time data to show the length of the queue to enter our stores allowing customers to avoid busy timesWoolworths Shopping App which helps customers plan their trip including which aisles to find items to reduce time in storeHealth Ambassadors at the front of some stores, to monitor the amount of customers allowed in the stores during peak trade times.Monitoring and counting of customers at the fresh seafood counters in some stores to ensure social distancing is maintainedCOVIDSafe cleaning of high touchpoint areas, baskets and trolleysAvailability of sanitisers and wipes throughout storeDisinfectant Trolley WasherPhysical and digital signage and floor decals to remind customers to maintain physical distancing measuresPlexiglass and acrylic dividers at our checkoutsProvision of face coverings to all stores teams across the Group for those that wish to use them, or where they have to use them in accordance with Government directionsDirect to Boot – another online shopping option (in addition to Delivery, Pick Up and On-Demand Delivery) for customers who choose not to go into stores over Christmas in selected storesMore measures can be found here – Woolworths CovidSafe-Ends – /Public Release. 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PPD Zagreb have a new left wing – Dobrivoje Marković!

first_imgShareTweetShareShareEmail Vive Tauron Kielce back on winning track! Related Items:Dobrivoje Markovic, ppd zagreb Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Recommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsCroatian champions PPD Zagreb have a new left wing – Dobrivoje Marković. The 29 years-old righthander signed contract with the Croatian best side until end of the season. PPD Zagreb coach Veselin Vujović is obviosly dissatisfied with performance of left wing trio Šprem, Mihić and Kovačević, decided to take off mark of “Croatian product” from recent vision of Zagreb’s roster.-I couldn’t say no to Vujovic with whom I worked in Vardar and Serbian national team. He is a very good coach – stated Marković for Balkan-Handball.com.Marković played for RK Jugović Kać, Spanish Quenca and Macedonian RK Vardar. He was free agent since June, when he ended contract with Macedonian best team.PHOTO: Mandatory Credit ©SEHA/ Zsolt Melczer Strong PSG Handball with superb Corrales win in Zagreb Click to comment Barca Lassa make disasterous a new start of Veselin Vujoviclast_img read more


first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInPolice Scotland officers in Dumfries are investigating a spate of vandalisms to cars across the town sometime overnight Thursday 3/Friday 4 March 2016. A black Vauxhall Corsa parked at Little Italy in Moffat Road had a window smashed; a black Audi A3 parked on Newall Terrace had the paintwork scratched; a blue Nissan Micra parked in Terregles Road had a window smashed and a silver Ford Ka parked in Corberry Avenue had a window smashed.Constable Keith McKinnell at Dumfries said ” we are keeping an open mind at this stage as to whether or not these acts of vandalism are related as they appear to have taken place across the town. We also have a report of an attempt to smash a car window in Lincluden Road at around 0330 hours on Thursday morning. A male, medium build, dressed in black and wearing a baseball cap was seen at this time. Anyone who can help catch those responsible should call us at Dumfries on 101.”last_img read more