Retail giant Next are selling online again on Tuesday after putting in place strict coronavirus safety measures for warehouse staff.
A statement from the retailer said, warehouse managers have “successfully tested opening and taking a limited number of orders today.”
Bosses at Next spent two weeks “reworking” warehouse operations and have undertaken “practical measures” to ensure all staff feel safe, work safe and are safe”.
“In order to operate our warehouse safely, we are limiting the number of warehouse colleagues working at any time, and so we will limit the number of customer orders we can take each day.
“We have put extra safety measures in our warehouse to ensure our colleagues can work safely for you.”
Social distancing measures will apply to all staff members, with two metre floor markings, staff will also wear tabards with a message saying “stay 2 metres apart” and will receive “keep clean kits.”
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