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In the context of the current health crisis, Nantes Camping is committed to protecting your holidays with the implementation of 2 specific measures:
– A reinforced health charter: discover the charter in detail below
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CHARTER OF NANTES CAMPING IN 10 POINTS
Nantes Camping is committed to:
♣ Respect all the recommendations of the health authorities when dealing with COVID-19, in terms of cleaning, respect for barrier gestures, protective measures and distance.
♣ Communicate the preventive measures to be implemented in the face of the risks of transmission of COVID-19, to employees and customers of Nantes Camping.
♣ Train employees in barrier gestures and health standards and provide them with protective Equipment.
♣ Put up signage encouraging social distancing of 1 million in reception areas: at the campsite reception, at the restaurant, in the toilet blocks etc.
♣ Offer hydroalcoholic gel to customers and staff in common areas, and invite everyone to use it systematically.
♣ Reinforce the cleaning and disinfection of accommodation and common areas with cleaning-disinfection products and ensure ventilation of the mobile home before the accommodation is made available.
♣ Simplify the arrival procedures with the “fast check-in” in order to limit the length of time at the campsite reception.
♣ Establish and apply reinforced access and health security instructions specific to recreational areas (children’s games and mini-golf) in accordance with the recommendations of the health authorities.
♣ Help deploy the sanitary control plan in catering in accordance with the recommendations of the health authorities (subcontractor)
♣ Apply the risk management protocol in the event of a suspected contagion to COVID-19 in a client or an employee in accordance with the recommendations of the health authorities.
The areas covered by these 10 points are:
♦ All of the activities carried out on the campsite (accommodation, reception, cleaning and entertainment).
♦ Analysis of flows and circulation, spaces, organizational, human and material protocols.
♦ Communication with customers, employees, subcontractors, stakeholders and suppliers.
♦ Maintenance over time of procedures, or even of a new health culture.
(some concrete examples)
♦ Creation of a second reception desk and installation of protective plexiglass.
♦ Development of an outdoor waiting area with the installation of a hand basin and the provision of soap and hydroalcoholic gel.
♦ Implementation of traffic and spacing signage aimed at respecting social distances.
♦ Every morning from 8h to 9h, cleaning protocol and total disinfection of the reception every day before opening
♦ Every 4 hours, cleaning and disinfection of all contact points (handles, fittings, etc.).
♦ Between each client, disinfection of the reception desk, payment terminals, pens, keys for mobile homes, mini-golf clubs, etc.
♦ Mask worn by campsite staff ♦ Hand cleaning before entering the campsite reception.
♦ Reduction of the maximum capacity from 90 to 45 sites (rental of 1 site out of 2) to limit the influx into the toilets.
♦ Closure of 1 urinal out of 2 (showers and sinks have the space necessary to respect social distances).
♦ Installation of traffic and spacing signage.
♦ Every morning from 6 am to 8 am, protocol for cleaning and total disinfection of the sanitary facilities (use of a virucidal disinfectant and a contactless disinfection device).
♦ Every 4 hours from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. cleaning and disinfection of all contact points (handles, grab bars, flushing water, taps, etc.)
♦ Hand washing with soap and / or hydroalcoholic gel before entering the toilet block.
♦ Ventilation of the cottage before and during cleaning
♦ Reinforced cleaning protocol (minimum 1 hour per cottage)
♦ Traditional cleaning of the entire cottage + disinfection of contact areas with a virucidal disinfectant and dry steam.
♦ Disinfection of cleaning equipment between each cottage.
♦ Hand cleaning, wearing disposable gloves and masks for cleaning personnel.
♦ HACCP training for cleaning staff