Skip to main content

Eggfree Cake Box: embracing new measures to ensure stores are reopened safely

Posted by: , Posted on: - Categories: Case studies, Working safely

Nevita Irish, Health and Safety manager at Eggfree Cake Box shares how they put in place safer working practices to help get their business back up and running following the disruption caused by Coronavirus. Find out how you can work safely here.

Video Transcript

Hello, I’m the health and safety manager at Eggfree Cake Box where we are doing everything in our power to protect our staff, products, and customers as we reopen for business.

We have always prioritised an excellent food safety management system to ensure that we produce cakes that are not only delicious but safe to eat.

The challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic have forced us to rethink the way we do things. And we have examined and adapted the Government, NHS and industry guidance to remodel our business effectively.

Following many and various media discussions we are reopening in stages with minimal risk to our staff and customers.

Here are some of the measures we implemented; we engage with food delivery platforms such as Uber Eats, Just Eat and Deliveroo to get our cakes to our customers all safely packaged. Social distancing where possible. New PPE such as face masks and shields for everyday use. Added extra cleaning and sanitising measures especially for high touch point areas and educated all our staff on the new safe methods of working supported with additional signage.

In our shops you will see posters informing our customers and staff of our new rules, visible two meter floor markings both internally and externally, frontline staff wearing masks and/or face shields and sneeze shields at our shop counters.

Subscribe to updates from this blog, or sign up for our email bulletin.

Sharing and comments

Share this page

Leave a comment

We only ask for your email address so we know you're a real person

By submitting a comment you understand it may be published on this public website. Please read our privacy notice to see how the GOV.UK blogging platform handles your information.