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WINDOW BLIND & SIGN BUSINESS LAUNCHES PROTECTIVE SCREENS

Right now, most workplaces across Fife and, indeed, the rest of Scotland are vacant while employees, where possible, work from home. But, when businesses get the go ahead to return to work, workplaces will look very different. Gone are the days – for now at least – of hot-desking and open plan offices; face to face meetings are being overtaken by remote meetings; and working hours will likely be staggered to reduce the number of people in an office at any given time.

Welcome to Issue 5 of fbm Update!

Welcome to Issue 5 of fbm Update! Here we are in the middle of June, and the message from the Scottish Government remains to stay at home but, with the possibility of lockdown easing in the coming weeks, businesses are starting to plan for reopening as soon as it is safe to do so.

The Scottish Government is regularly unveiling new guidance for businesses, offering advice on the essential equipment, services and measures needed to create the right conditions for safer workplaces. All the latest information, guidance and advice is available online via The Scottish Government, Fife Council

and Business Gateway Fife.

In this issue of fbm Update, we showcase yet more examples of some of the superb initiatives and exciting adaptations taking place within businesses in Fife. Read on to find out more!

CALLS FOR MANUFACTURING SECTOR TO COLLABORATE IN FIGHTBACK AGAINST COVID-19

John Penman, Managing Director of Fife Fabrications calls for the manufacturing sector to unite as a way of fighting back against COVID-19. John commented:

CVAS SOLUTION FOR POST COVID-19 BUSINESSES

Amid ongoing COVID-19 restrictions on business, specialist restructuring and insolvency advisers Dunedin Advisory predicts there will be more take up of Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) as a post pandemic rescue mechanism.

WELFARE UNITS INTRODUCED FOR STAFF SAFETY

Glenrothes-based i-Scaff Access Solutions has become completely self-sufficient on client sites having purchased three welfare units and a number of towable eco-welfare cabins. The main aim is to reduce the risk of cross contamination whilst providing a wide range of specialist scaffolding services.

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