Level 4 at Rainbow's End
- At home in our bubbles!
- Limited essential work on site
- Focus on reopen prep
- Remote learning and training
RAINBOW'S END IS CLOSED at LEVEL 4
Like everyone else, in Level 4 the 277+ Rainbow's End team members are home with their bubbles.
Before we close the doors there's plenty to be done, and quickly; fridges to be emptied, safety and lock out procedures that need to be completed, additional maintenance and security schedules activated to make sure everything is safe while we're away, and tip-top when we get back.
We're keeping busy at home, keeping projects on track and getting ready to greet our guests one day soon....
In the first weeek of lockdown our staff completed all the training we needed done before October School holidays - that's 3204 online training modules in 5 days!!
Another 4000 have been loaded onto our online training portal for Week 2 of Lockdown
Training modules cover a wide range of topics;
- Health and safety procedures for specialised work
- Health and safety procedures for day to day
- Standard operating procedures for departments that cover Engineering & Maintenance, Guest Experience, Catering, Entertainment, Attractions & Grounds
- Critical Level 2 reopen protocols and Covid procedures
... and much more.
There's lots to be done to ensure we're ready to reopen, and don't fall behind on future park plans.
Departmental managers are working on
- Creating future training programmes
- Executing procurement and supply plans and agreements
- Working on new menus and ranging
- Working on attraction development projects.
- Working on comms schedules
- Pulling together the safety tools, communication and training for Level 2.5 reopen.
- Meeting online regularly with the team
- Talking to guests about bookings (our phone lines are still open!)
ESSENTIAL STAFFERS ON SITE
While most people are at home, we have some essential workers on site, safely distanced, keeping our beautiful park safe and sound....
ESSENTIAL WORKER #1 - Nala
Nala, our furriest staffer has a warm, safe home in our staff area.
We have a feeding bubble who take turns to make sure our smallest, cutest staff member is happy as during Level 4
With cameras and alarms everywhere the park is pretty safe. To be extra sure while we're away, we have additonal security checking the park, within Ministry of Health guidelines for safe work.
Camera review would suggest they also make sure Nala is getting sufficient pats.