Equipment, First Aid Box and Accident Record Book
Mixed Face-to-Face and Virtual Meetings
An additional way of reducing the number of people in a room, and particularly useful to groups with some participants who are at higher risk than others, is to use equipment that allows some participants to be physically present and others to take part in the session remotely. MK Quakers have upgraded the wifi in the Centre to allow that to happen. We are purchasing a large screen for our own use and are investigating whether or not this can be made available for use by non-Quaker groups also. Non-Quaker groups are welcome to use the Centre’s wifi for free and their own equipment (laptops and audio) to hold blended virtual and face-to-face meetings.
First Aid Box and Accident Record Book
For the period that the kitchen is closed, the First Aid Kit and accident record book will be located on the wall in the foyer by the main external door to the Centre.