Vorpal wrote:carpetcleaner wrote:Cyril Haearn wrote:Likely they shall be released as soon as normality returns
Probably. Is it worth taking the risk of doing such a job for a low wage for a few months?
I would think that both are relatively low risk.
They can drive to the delivery location, and open the vehicles, then retreat to the cab, whilst the supermarket personnel remove the goods. The paperwork can done electronically, the delivery recorded on camera, and when the supermarket personnel have removed their goods, the driver can close the vehicle again and depart. That's what I gather they are doing in Norway. Most supermarkets in the UK could implement something like that.
Warehouse work should be feasible under social distancing?
If they deliver to Lidl or Aldi they have to unload the lorry themselves by all accounts.
Thats given me an idea, can i get them to deliver to my door instead and cut out the middle man.