• Barbaros Blv. No:159 Gunaydin Apt. Gayrettepe, 34349 Besiktas-Istanbul-Turkiye

Historical Sights & Museums:

  • Museum tickets will be provided remotely by ODS Turkey’s ground team and visit bookings and visits by appointment will be made with the museum prior to the tour where possible.
  • ODS Turkey will promote Private Museum visits where possible.
  • Guests and participants are encouraged to wear a mask.
  • The museum will, in visible places (preferably at the entrance to the museum territory and buildings), publicly display information on the maximum number of persons that can be in the museum or in the specific building of the museum at the same time.
  • The museum will ensure the planning and control of the flow of visitors both outside and inside the museum, in order to prevent crowding of visitors and to ensure maintenance of a 2 meters distance, including by:

- to the extent possible, using separate entrances and exits for the organization of the flow of visitors.

- removing any obstacles (information boards, etc.) that could restrict the size of the entrance and exit area and thus impede the flow of visitors.

- displaying clearly legible signs in places visible to visitors, instructing them to be socially responsible and to observe a 2 meters distance.

- to the extent possible, marking the places for maintaining a 2 meters distance at ticket offices and in other places where the gathering of visitors is likely, such as bathroom areas.

  • The museum will ensure that there are no visitors and employees present in the museum with any signs of a respiratory infectious disease (fever, cough, shortness of breath). The museum has the right to prohibit persons with signs of a respiratory infection from entering the museum and to invite them to leave the museum, recommending that they go home.
  • The museum will ensure that both the staff and the visitors have the possibility to upkeep hand hygiene (washing hands with soap under running water and hygienic means for hand drying or using hand sanitizers.
  • The museum will display clearly legible information on the premises, including in the bathroom areas, reminding to comply with the requirements of hygiene:

- Wash your hands often and thoroughly with soap and water, especially after visiting public places, before eating, before touching your face, and after visiting the bathroom.

- If it is not possible to wash your hands, disinfect them with an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

- Remember that the surfaces of touchscreen devices, such as phones, can be contaminated with viruses and bacteria, so they must be cleaned regularly with alcohol-based disinfectants.

- Do not touch your face (eyes, nose, and mouth) with unwashed hands.

  • The museum shall clean the premises regularly, cleaning especially thoroughly all common surfaces (for example, shared exposition and exhibition design elements, door handles, table surfaces, armrests, handrails, surfaces in bathrooms) by using appropriate disinfectants. Surfaces that are touched by a large number of visitors should be cleaned several times a day.
  • To the extent possible and in compliance with the specific requirements for maintaining the museum's microclimate, the museum will perform regular ventilation of premises by opening the windows or using effective mechanical ventilation.
  • Implement temperature screening of all visitors as well as keeping an eye out for individuals who appear unwell. These visitors must be turned away and encouraged to seek medical attention.
  • Ensuring adequate physical distance between visitors and participants by maintaining a minimum 1-meter distance between each visitor and participant.
  • Encourage guests and participants not to visit in large groups (except where visitors and participants are from the same household). Identify areas where visitors and participants are likely to bunch up and put in place measures to disperse them.
  • Setting up appropriate cordoning measures (e.g. barricades), especially for outdoor and open-air venues or museums, to limit access of visitors and participants and having the authorities to remind visitors and participants to maintain adequate physical distance from each other.
  • Museum staff safety will be provided by periodic temperature checks, encouraging all staff to wear masks, providing hand sanitizers to staff.
  • Increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfection of premises, especially frequently-touched surfaces and items, removing all handleable objects where possible.
  • Place hand sanitizers in easily accessible locations, so that participants and staff may disinfect their hands (e.g. after touching door handles).

 

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