The findbusinesssupport.gov.scot website is the best way to find the information you need in relation to Coronavirus (24/7).
If you can’t find the information you’re looking for on the site above, call the business helpline number on 0300 303 0660.
For companies that have a hospitality side to the business (restaurant, café, bar), guidance and a risk assessment for safe operations can be found here.
Food Standards Scotland's guidance is aimed to assist the food and drink sector in following government guidance on infection prevention and control measures against COVID-19. It provides further clarification on:
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has created a document on managing Covid outbreaks. It will brief your business on how to prepare for an Incident Management Team (IMT) should you face that development and the kind of information you will be expected to provide. Full information can be found here.
Click here to visit the information hub
During the Covid-19 pandemic it is vital that key rural and land-based businesses — including farms and businesses with animal welfare obligations — are able to access key workers and can continue operating.
To meet this need, Lantra Scotland is creating a Skills Matching Service which will put businesses and potential employees with relevant skills and experience in touch with each other.
Lantra is asking organisations (such as Colleges and Universities) that might have students or staff skilled in key areas and may be available to help out during this difficult time, to register. Registration is straightforward process, and can be done from here.
The UK government has established a network of COVID testing facilities. This programme runs alongside the existing programme of testing in the NHS for clinical purposes and testing of key workers in health and social care.
Testing will allow people - anyone aged 5 and over with symptoms - to know whether or not they have the virus.