The GGF has received plenty of queries on whether or not Showrooms can be re-opened, following the Government’s Guidance on working in people’s homes being released on 11 May.
As the Government is starting to rejuvenate the economy, the GGF calls on companies to adjust to the safety guidance and ensure all work is carried out as safely as possible.
Following the GGF’s ‘first to market’ launch of the Safe Guide for Homeowners during the COVID-19 Crisis, the Federation has now launched a complementary Safe Guide for Home Improvement Companies.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has reacted to the new Government guidance for tradespeople working in people’s homes, which has now changed for work being carried out in homes in England only.
After confusion in the Glass & Glazing industry around whether companies can work in domestic properties, the GGF has contacted Government with some questions.
If ever there was a time when the membership of a leading professional association in any industry is invaluable, it’s now, explain the Steel Window Association (SWA).
The GGF has underlined its positions on several issues around the developing COVID-19 crisis and its impact on the glass and glazing industry, courtesy of a statement to GGF Members and the Industry, from MD John Agnew.
The GGF has received clarification on whether or not its Member companies should remain open for business, amidst the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent lockdown.
The GGF has formally written to The Chancellor of the Exchequer, highlighting the current cash flow crisis in the glass and glazing industry, caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
To help GGF Members cope during the COVID-19 crisis, the federation has set up several platforms and communications channels under a new service, entitled ‘Business Continuity Support’.