Guidelines for self-monitoring of restaurants during the exceptional situation
The purpose of these self-monitoring guidelines by NoHo Partners Plc is to help restaurants act responsibly in the exceptional situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The restaurant-specific self-monitoring plan drawn up on the basis of these guidelines does not substitute any other self-monitoring plans that the restaurant has.
The self-monitoring plan enables the restaurant staff to ensure the safety of customers and personnel and to comply with statutory guidelines.
These guidelines have been drawn up in accordance with section 58 a of the Communicable Diseases Act and the Government Decree on temporarily restricting the activities of food and beverage service businesses to prevent the spread of a communicable disease.
Self-monitoring guideline is available here.