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The UK Health Security Agency has set out new public health principles for workplaces, businesses, organisations, and employers in England to consider in managing the risk to their workforce from respiratory infections such as Covid-19.
The Government has announced the ‘Living with Covid-19’ plan, for removing the remaining legal restrictions while maintaining resilience.
Public Health England continues to encourage people to get vaccinated via communications campaigns that will run throughout February and March, which it is urging businesses to support.
The Government has announced that England’s Plan B measures are to end from Thursday (27th), with mandatory face coverings in public places no longer required.
The Government has announced the relaxation of travel restrictions on people arriving into England.
The Chancellor has today (21 December) announced additional financial support for businesses who have been impacted by the latest coronavirus variant.
At the end of another year full of ups and downs, chief executive Gerry Keaney writes a BVRLA blog to highlight some of the key barriers the association has overcome, while also looking ahead to the challenges to be faced by the industry in 2022.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) would like to highlight to BVRLA members the communications resources available for businesses to support the vaccine uptake.
As another year full of ups and downs ends, BVRLA chief executive Gerry Keaney looks at some of the key barriers the association has overcome, while also looking ahead to the challenges to be faced by the industry in 2022.
In response to the changing situation around the spread of coronavirus, the UK Government has issued guidance that requests the public to work from home if they can, as of Monday 13 December until further notice.
Following the announcements by the Prime Minister at the weekend, face coverings need to be worn by staff and public in public facing areas from 4:00am on 30 November. This includes rental branches and where your staff are going into other business premises.
Discussing some of the key findings from the BVRLA’s latest Business Impact Survey, the next Industry Outlook webinar will consider how the industry has recovered post-pandemic and what other challenges have been overcome this year.