Check the handling of the .


It is important that are registered. This is to have an of who visits our . But also if the visitor knows the applicable and adheres to them. 

Check if the are filled in properly.

Ensure that no visitors are allowed that have not signed for the rules. 

Actions by abnormalities:

By the incorrect filling in or not filling in of the list, should be instructed again. 

In the of with the rules, the relevant company must be informed (see ).

all causes and the taken.

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