The UK and devolved governments have issued lists of the businesses which are required to record contact details. The businesses affected in Scotland, England and Wales are listed below, any updates or changes to the guidance (below) will be made on the relevant government websites.
Any establishment that provides an on-site service and to any events that take place on its premises. It does not apply where services are taken off site immediately, for example, a food or drink outlet which only provides takeaways. If a business offers a mixture of a sit-in and takeaway service, contact information only needs to be collected for customers who are dining in.
“This guidance applies to any hospitality establishments that provide an on-site service such as pubs, restaurants and cafes. It includes where a service is provided indoors, or outdoors in a designated service area such as a beer garden. It does not, however, apply where services are taken off-site immediately, for example, a food outlet which only provides takeaways. If a business offers a mixture of a sit-in and takeaway service, contact information only needs to be collected for customers who are sitting in.”
The visitor economy encompasses all staying and non-staying visitors and the activities and expenditure involved in supplying products and services for visitors by both the private and public sectors. It covers a multitude of different working environments, from outdoor paid for attractions to indoor attractions like museums. It also includes a variety of activities and events.
This guidance is designed to be relevant for people who work within the visitor economy, for example:
Northern Ireland has its own contact tracing system in place the latest information is available on the Public Health Agency website.
For businesses with a footfall of up to 10,000 per venue: You can start using SAFE2GO immediately. The online system allows you to login and add your venue location(s), payment details and download your unique QR code and customer information posters instantly.
For enterprise customers: You will be assigned a SAFE2GO manager who will arrange a package for your business who can give you lead times for your specific requirements – generally this can be arranged within 24 hours.
The SAFE2GO subscriptions operate on four tiers – Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum.
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