Health and safety: Free assessment tool
22 October 2020
Every business needs to involve its people in keeping everyone safe and healthy. The free SafePlus online tool can help.
First you create a short survey to learn what your people think works well and where there’s room for improvement. Then you get a report with advice and guidance links tailored to your business.
Event Sector Voluntary Code: COVID 19
15 October 2020
An Event Sector Voluntary Code has been developed by the event sector associations, with the support of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. It outlines what event organisers should consider to safely hold events in a COVID-19 environment and follows Ministry of Health best practice guidance on reducing COVID-19 related risks.
Choosing a Sound System
8 October 2020
I have recently had a few enquiries from clubs looking to make changes to their sound system, so thought I would put together a quick spiel explaining some of the things to consider.
I will try to keep it as low tech as possible, but it is impossible to talk sound systems without some understanding of the terms involved. Let’s start with speakers…
Things to consider when purchasing a new projector
1 October 2020
First thing to think about is the room size where you want to use it. If its not a large space, you may want to consider a LED screen mounted to the wall instead. TV screen prices have come down a lot in the past few years with The Warehouse selling 50” TVs for less than $500, and 70” for less than $1000. A TV will usually provide a better picture (and sound), especially in brighter environments, and you don’t have to worry about a separate white screen to project upon or how to mount the projector somewhere suitably distanced from the wall.
Clubs New Zealand 2020 AGM Wrap Up
17 September 2020
Last week the Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting was held digitally via Zoom. This was a first for Clubs New Zealand and we would like to thank all the delegates that attended, participated and provided feedback.
17 September 2020
Both these updated templates can be found in the resources section of the website under Members Area > Resources > Membership.
Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting
10 September 2020
The Clubs New Zealand 2020 Annual General Meeting will be taking place tomorrow morning, Friday, 11 September at 9.30am, via Zoom.
If you have not yet registered please do so using the link below (please note that your registration for last weeks test will not work with tomorrows AGM, you must re-register using the below or the link sent to you via email).
Invercargill Workingmen's Club Spud Dig Day
2 September 2020
Many years ago, a group of members of the Invercargill Workingmen’s Club (also known as IWMC) wanted to do something for Hospice, an organization that many of our community have family frequent. Their idea was novel; a spud competition, but not just any spud was to be grown.
Club Staff Supporting Members
26 August 2020
Upper Hutt Cossie Club staff recently donated $20 each to provide 100 free meals for the Club’s elderly members. From the Club’s over 70 years membership database 50 members were drawn randomly and were delivered two meals each in late July.
The generous gesture by the staff was in appreciation of the Club’s support of staff throughout the Covid lockdown with all staff receiving 100% of their wages and none being made redundant. Previously staff had donated goods to the local Foodbank.
Contact Tracing under Alert Level 2
20 August 2020
It is now mandatory for businesses including clubs to display the NZ COVID Tracer App QR Code for contact tracing purposes. The rules for contact tracing have changed slightly since May and there has been a little confusion around the requirements.
The current COVID-19 Public Health Response (Alert Levels 3 and 2) Order 2020 requires businesses to:
Sports and Tournaments under Alert Level 2
20 August 2020
Sporting activities need to be completely separate from your food and beverage operation, this means members cannot have a drink or a meal while engaging in the sporting activity. If they decide they want a drink or meal they must completely cease the sporting activity and go be seated, separated and served as per the hospitality rules.
Businesses must now display the NZ COVID Tracer QR Code
13 August 2020
Under Alert Levels 2 and 3, all businesses and services are required to display the official NZ COVID Tracer QR code posters in a prominent place at or near the main entrances to each of their premises (this is in addition to your requirement as a hospitality business to maintain a register for contact tracing purposes).