Leading work at height training provider, 3 Education has re-opened its doors in the wake of the UK’s Coronavirus peak, with strict safety polices adapting to “the new normal” – offering low number, socially distanced training courses to rigorously enforced safety policies.
The Scaffolding Association has supported the sector throughout the pandemic, offering free guidance, useful articles and key web links. Their dedicated Covid-19 support page has now been viewed by over 3,500 unique visitors. The page is continuing to be updated
The Cabinet Office has released guidance that parties to contracts should act responsibly and fairly, support the response to Covid-19 and protect jobs and the economy. During the pandemic we all need to work together in the national interest to
Government support measures for small to medium-sized (SME) house builders are a welcome start to help boost the housing market’s recovery, said the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) in response to the Housing Secretary’s statement made today. Brian Berry, Chief Executive of the
Those specialising in new build housing will be pleased to hear that anyone in England can now move home if they follow new government guidance – this should re-ignite demand for new homes. House builders can agree more flexible construction
The Chancellor has announced that the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will continue until the end of October. Furloughed workers across the UK will continue to receive 80% of their current salary, up to £2,500, until the end of July.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has issued guidance for those working outdoors and those managing outdoor working environments, with particular reference to construction. The intention is that you have enough freedom within a practical framework to think
HMRC has issued guidance to fleets operators on how to treat benefit-in-kind tax and expenses during Covid-19
Company car ‘availability’ Employees who are furloughed or working from home, due to COVID-19, may still have their company car. Employers should treat the car as being made ‘available for private use’ during this period even where the employee is: told not to use the