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Before you go
- Register for a shift using the Volunteer-Planner Link to the right. Read and agree to the Code of Conduct.
Do you speak 🇺🇦 Ukrainian, 🇷🇺 Russian, or 🇵🇱 Polish? Your skills are really highly needed! If you see a time slot without enough 🇺🇦🇷🇺🇵🇱speakers signed up, try to come then.
- Get physically prepared for your shift
Wear warm clothes and bring something for yourself to eat and drink.
Help us keep the stations COVID-safe! The 3G+ rule applies!
G1 – You are vaccinated and can prove it
G2 – You’ve recovered from COVID-19 and can prove it
You are tested negative for COVID-19 and can prove it
Wear a mask while you volunteer and change it frequently Stay home if you feel unwell or have symptoms like fever or cough.
How is this station different from the others?
- Buses from various companies arrive here, often also during nighttime
- At the ZOB, there is not much space, and to work here, we need to be as cooperative and as coordinated as possible. Please read through the following points before you arrive on your shift, so you already know a bit of what to expect 🙂
- ZOB is a location with bus traffic, so please stay off the roads for safety.
- Do not drive with your car into the ZOB area, and also do not park in front of the entry gate
- Toilets: the toilet for the disabled can be used. Please use the tally to count the uses, the key is in the doorman’s front. If the door remains open, be sure to keep a tally!
- Security There will be 4 police officers on-site around the clock