A visit to MEI’s UK Event Summit
Highlights for me included the panel discussions on The Future of Live Events, with a panel of industry experts
Eat to the Beat delivered catering to the contractors responsible for building the Dragon Heart’s temporary hospital at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. A team of 22 crew, split into day and night shifts served up to 1500 meals a day.
We have adapted the way we work to allow for social distancing and observing all other Covid-19 related safe working practices. Kitchens have changed shape, they’re larger with longer and narrower dimensions to ensure all staff members observe the minimum 2m distance.
Meals are individually boxed, packaged and labelled and all food is photographed so people can clearly see what is on offer. There’s a managed queuing system keeping diners 2m apart, dining spaces are socially distanced and mealtime slots are allotted to manage wait times.
All our team members complete a medical questionnaire before beginning work and shifts are split with a clear break between each to minimise cross contamination. There is a standby team in place should anyone need to isolate or be replaced. As always, cleaning and hygiene are prioritised; deep cleans are scheduled every two hours, there are multiple handwash stations and sanitising stations, along with ample signage and ropes and posts to direct diners.
Please contact Eventive Communications for more information