Bus4u Iceland has high emphasis on safety and quality, taking into account current events. Following Covid-19, we have put in place new procedures in order to ensure the safety of both our clients and staff members. The procedures are regularly updated in accordance with government regulations and recommendations. Our employees are continually educated on changing emphases and procedures.
Cleaning and Sanitization of vehicles
We have clear cleaning and disinfection plans visible and effective monitoring of implementation. We ensure regular periodic cleaning of the passenger compartment. All the detergents we use are certified and recommended by directorate of health. Vehicles are cleaned and sanitized by professional and trained staff at the end of each day. The driver needs to clean the main contact surfaces within the buses at the appropriate stops. During the day, high touch points may also be cleaned.
We have a hand sanitizer at the entrance and encourage passengers and staff to use it when going in and out of the buses. We can also, on demand, provide extra protection such as plastic gloves and face masks.
We encourage our passengers to respect the social distancing. We ensure good ventilation in our buses.
We can also, on demand, provide extra protection such as plastic gloves and face masks for our drivers. If our business partners demands, we´re able to separate driver´s area and mark accordingly.
Training and protection
Our cleaning technicians have been trained on procedures and process. Personal protective equipment such as mask and gloves are supplied to provide a safe working environment.
We inform passengers of the measures taken to prevent infection. In all our buses you will find instructions and posters on covid-19 with information from directorate of health. We´ll have readily available information on the situation in Iceland, the number of infections in places and territories. Provide information on how to respond to any suspicion of infection and the role of staff in such situations.
Control measures for COVID-19
Masks must be worn if the 2-metre physical distancing rule cannot be kept.
Children born in 2005 and later are exempted from wearing masks and physical distancing.
COVID-19 guidelines and signs from the Directorate of Health are visible at the entrance of the coach/bus (available both in Icelandic and English).
Hand sanitizer should be available by the entrance and passengers should clean their hands when entering the coach/bus.
Passengers should enter and exit the vehicle calmly and keep an appropriate distance from others.
Passengers should respect physical distance when seated, as much as possible. People travelling together are allowed to sit together.
If a bus/coach is being used to transport passengers in quarantine, the following applies:
Everyone must wear a face mask the entire trip.
Passengers should respect the 2-metre physical distancing rule. Passengers in close contact, e.g. families and travel companions from the same plane or the same ship can sit together as they did on board but then the vehicle must be specially marked for the group.
Respect 2-metre physical distance between the driver and the passengers e.g. by leaving the first row of seats empty.
The general rule is to enter from the back and passengers take care of their luggage, both loading and unloading.
It is important to ventilate the vehicle whenever possible, especially between trips.
The driver must clean the vehicle between journeys according to the instructions from the Directorate of Health.
All updated information, developments, and advice about Iceland and COVID-19 can be found on the following websites:
The Icelandic police - All necessary information on the Travel restrictions applicable for travel to
Iceland due to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 website for Iceland - All the latest information regarding Covid-19 in Iceland.
The Directorate of Health - Information, instructions and guidelines regarding COVID-19.
The Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management - Status Reports and response
plan for the country.