UPDATE TO ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
We are delighted to welcome everyone back after lockdown!
To continue trading we have updated our Covid Safety Procedures & Policies.
It is mandatory for hospitality venues to use the Service NSW COVID Safe Check in QR CODE.
And at Club Old Bar and Club West to use our new sign in System for members and visitors.
We have implemented state of the art facial recognition technology that links directly with Service NSW’s Covid Safe Check-In system & ClubNSW. This facial recognition kiosk also records your temperature and will alert our staff with any concerns.
This has simplified the sign in system for our patrons and also provides accurate reporting.
The facial recognition technology is safe, fast and secure- your privacy is guaranteed via a secure network that cannot be accessed by external parties- the only information provided to Service NSW is your name, phone number and check-in/out times (the same information that is provided when you scan using the app).
We are sure you will find the new system simple and efficient. It requires a quick 2-minute set-up
(with your current members card or Photo ID), so please allow time to complete this next time you visit the Club.
Once your set-up is finalised, all future sign-ins will be fast and easy.
We thank you once again for your loyal membership and visitors, we look forward to seeing you in your local Club!
Kim White– Chief Executive Officer
Trevor Wisemantel – President
Our priority as dedicated Covid Safe venues continues to be the safety and welfare of our members, guests, visitors, staff and community first. Strict entry conditions are in place that are updated regularly.
Whilst we are extremely excited to have you back at our venue, we must continue to abide by Government restrictions to ensure the health and safety of our members, guests and staff. Some measures we have put in place to ensure a safe reopening include strict hygiene procedures, room capacities, conditions of entry, COVID marshals and patron flow throughout the club. Regulations placed on the club mean we have strict limits on the number of patrons we admit into our club. Once these limits have been met, we will unfortunately not be unable to admit any more patrons into the venues.
- Stop the spread – If you are feeling unwell or sick please stay at home
- Wash/Sanitize your hands upon entry
- Patrons with covid like symptoms will not be permitted entry
The Covid19 symptoms are:
– sore throat;
– shortness of breath
- ALL Members, Visitors, Staff and Contractors MUST SIGN-IN using our NEW facial recognition / swipe in system
- Please don’t forget to SIGN-OUT when you leave
- Members and Visitors must stay seated unless ordering or using the bathroom
- Please follow Staff instructions and directions
- 5 meters distance is to be kept between tables, Only Staff are to re arrange tables and chairs
- Limit your movement and interactions with others whilst at the club
NSW Health has also offered the following advice for patrons: • stay home and do not attend if you are feeling unwell • stay home and do not attend if you have travelled to a covid HOTSPOT in the past 14 days. Should the advice from the NSW Government or Australian Government change, the Club will update its policies accordingly.
While onsite at either Club, employees, members, guests, and visitors are encouraged to practice good personal hygiene including: • cleaning your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand rub • cover your nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with a tissue or flexed elbow.
Our Clubs and our employees are taking our re-opening seriously and we have implemented a few measures in our dining facilities including: • Removal of cutlery from all tables. Cutlery will be provided with your meals • Single use menu’s • Increased sanitation of all work and public spaces • Additional staff training • Increased use of gloves, including in the acceptance of deliveries • Removal of ‘help yourself’ sauce and cutlery station Persons who do not cooperate with our advice in relation to Covid19 will be asked to leave our premises.