A new series of posters for members to display in-store have been created by the NFRN to advise customers about increased safety measures and possible changes to the shop’s environment during the coronavirus pandemic. Black and white versions of these posters can be found at the bottom of this article for anyone using an Inkjet printer.

The posters address general topics such as social distancing, possible price increases, payment safety procedures and changes in opening hours due to staff shortages.

The NFRN created these posters in response to confusion within some stores amid the coronavirus outbreak.

As independent stores are allowed to remain open for business throughout the pandemic, it is paramount that practices remain safe for all owners, employees and customers.

NFRN National President Stuart Reddish, said:

“These posters are a further effort to ensure that all of our members, their staff and customers remain safe during these unprecedented times.

“The NFRN urges all members to download and use the posters within their stores, as many basic safety measures are being either forgotten or ignored by some members of the public.

“The posters also address certain changes with your stores – such as no cash payments, increased prices and changes in opening hours – keeping all of your customers better informed.

“Our posters are free to download for all NFRN members. We hope that they make these highly-challenging times slightly less difficult.”

New Posters:

Opening Hours

Prices

Fuel

Payments

2 Meters

Grocery Delivery

Black and White Copies:

Opening Hours

Prices

Fuel

Payments

2 Meters

Grocery Delivery

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