- The need for careful and clear communication with suppliers specific to goods-in delivery arrangements, including timings, avoiding contact and arrangements for social distancing.
- Scheduling goods-in deliveries to avoid the potential for overcrowding in deliveries areas and interaction with customers.
- Considering the potential for non-contact goods-in deliveries.
- Limiting those involved in loading and unloading, and where more than one person is needed, using the same pairs
- Establishing safe working procedures for customer deliveries and / or click and collect services, where offered, considering relevant online ordering, social distancing, protective equipment, face coverings, cleaning, disinfection, sanitisation (including vehicles) and hygiene. Additional information specific to managing your vehicle fleet can be found on our .
- Providing adequate and suitable welfare facilities for employees and visiting drivers, including areas for safely changing and storing clothing and personal protective equipment (where overalls and other personal protective equipment provided, laundry arrangements and provision should be specifically reviewed).