Need to Know: Maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors to support NHS Test and Trace

Important information from the Government regarding supporting NHS Test and Trace As the latest stage in the coronavirus lockdown easing begins in England next week, golf clubs will be allowed to open outdoor catering and hospitality. The Government has updated official guidelines on maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors to support NHS Test and Trace. You can access the full guidance by visiting the website here, but some of the key rules are reproduced below... Venues in hospitality, the tourism and leisure industry, close contact services, community centres and village halls must: ask every customer or visitor (over the age of 16) to provide their name and contact details keep a record of all staff working on their premises and shift times on a given day and their contact details keep these records of customers, visitors and staff for 21 days and provide data to NHS Test and Trace if requested display an official NHS QR code poster so that customers and visitors can ‘check in’ using the NHS COVID-19 app as an alternative to providing their contact details adhere to General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) Hospitality venues have additional requirements and must also take reasonable steps to refuse entry to anyone who refuses to participate. Failure to do any of these requirements could result in fixed penalty fines. The full guidance provides further instructions on how to fulfil the Government requirements. Do you subscribe to the GCMA's weekly E-newsletter? Make sure you're not missing out on the latest in the world of golf club management. Click here to join in.
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