The National Association of Caterers informed the National Staff about additional safety recommendations that it sent to its members

first_img“Wedding ceremonies and events are safe for the guests as well as for our employees, in compliance with all prescribed epidemiological measures. Every week, more than 300 wedding ceremonies and a large number of events are held in Croatia without any problems. Our members gathered in the catering section organize business in accordance with the recommendations, they are extremely committed to the safety of guests as well as their employees. Given the large number of entities and people employed in the industry segment dedicated to weddings and events, we support any measure that will help preserve these jobs. ”, said Marin Medak, president of the National Association of Caterers. HZJZ: Recommendations for performing food catering activities during the COVID-19 epidemic Photo: Pixels.com The Association says that today they informed the Headquarters about their proposal of additional recommendations that the members of NUU will voluntarily implement with the aim of greater security for guests and employees at wedding ceremonies and events. “Život ne može stati, a uz poštivanje propisanih mjera niti ne mora. Zajedničkim odgovornim ponašanjem – držanjem socijalne distance, dezinfekcijom i higijenom, očuvat ćemo zdravlje i živjeti bez straha”, Medak pointed out. The catering section of the National Association of Caterers takes extremely strong measures for the safety of its guests and employees, promotes responsible business and says that it is ready to implement additional measures if the competent services decide that they are needed. The National Association of Caterers supports all previous decisions of the National Civil Protection Headquarters related to private and public events and calls on all members of the Association and entities involved in the organization of such events to consistently implement measures and adhere to recommendations.last_img read more

Torontos Iconic Music Gallery Forced To Relocate

first_imgToronto’s Music Gallery has announced that they are being forced to temporarily vacate from 197 John St, a home they have leased from the Church of St. George the Martyr for over 17 years.The interdisciplinary arts venue was given notice on April 20 that construction on an adjacent condo development had raised safety concerns over the structural integrity of the dual purpose performance space and church sanctuary. They have been asked to vacate the premises effective this past Monday, May 1, 2017. Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement Twitterlast_img