Members will be working hard to keep staff safe in warehouse and pick and pack situations. Some of these areas will be adapted from their normal purpose and all of them will demand new methods of working. We are grateful for the assistance we have received in developing this template of a social distancing protocol for warehouse staff. We hope members will find it helpful when considering the measures they need to introduce and how to express those to their teams.
If any members have any other examples of good working practices that they would like to share, we would be happy to disseminate them.
This is mainly for UK members who are who are “trade buyers” under the AWRS and purchasing duty paid alcohol from other UK businesses.
The spreadsheet to check AWRS registration numbers has been refreshed and the author has kindly made it available to WSTA members. It will check 100 AWRS numbers in a minute and create a permanent record.
As before, it is provided without guarantee, or third-party support.
Last Updated:18Dec | 2019
Sparkling wine labelling advice for handling, storage and opening
This document has been produced by the Wine and Spirit Trade Association to help businesses navigate the changes that will need to take place to customs processes in the event of a No Deal EU Exit. Specifically, this paper acts as a guide for businesses to help understand the plethora of acronyms and terminology which are essential to understanding how the various systems work.
Brexit movement of Goods: Glossary of terms
Last Updated:02Oct | 2019
The Deposit and Return Scheme for Scotland Regulations 2020
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