A Guide for Turning Your Espresso Machine Back on After Lockdown.
Four or more weeks is quite a long time for an espresso machine to sit cold and still, and parts that are used to being hot and moving can sometimes play up.
Well maintained machinery that was properly prepared for the shut-down should be absolutely fine, but even then, there are a couple of things to look out for when you reopen.
Here are some helpful links we've gathered to help you manage your business during this time.
We'll be updating this page as new information becomes available, so be sure to check back.
- Wage Subsidy August 2021
- Covid-19 Resurgence Support Payment
- Covid-19 Leave Support Scheme
- Covid-19 Short-Term Absence Payment
The Restaurant Association has provided the below resources for Level 3:
You can also check their Instagram @restaurantnz for information on FREE Webinars
- Opening at Alert Level 3
- Level 3 Sample Cleaning Checklist
- Signage for Business Operating at Level 3
- Health and Safety policy for supplier visits - updated 28 August
- Guidance on an employee's requirement to work - updated 28 August
- Guide on new requirement - Mandatory Record Keeping
Updates from the New Zealand Specialty Coffee Association
On-call technicians in Auckland are available for essential service on-site repairs and maintenance, as well as phone-support during Alert Level 4. Technical staff are also available to fulfil parts orders for those supporting essential services or if you are carrying out work in a region that is in Level 3 or below.
Our Auckland Showroom
Under Level 4 most of our services will be operational, however, our showroom and workshop will remain closed. Only essential staff are permitted to enter the building.