Inverness Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Hub
These are unprecedented times. People are doing their best to protect the companies they have worked so hard to grow, as well as trying to safeguard their staff and continue to serve customers. Many are already dealing with significant falloffs in revenue. Cash flow of course is a worry to a great number of us. We are deeply sorry to see so many businesses under such pressure, and we are committed to working to the fullest of our abilities in order to help.
Inverness Chamber of Commerce Covid-19 Hub
Inverness Chamber of Commerce exists to Connect, Support and Represent our members and no more so than now. We recognise that we have a leading role to play across the whole of the business community and wider society of the Highlands and Islands. We are fulfilling this purpose through close collaboration with Highland and Island Chambers of Commerce, and both the Scottish Chambers of Commerce and British Chambers of Commerce Networks as we share information, news, and ways of supporting businesses.
We are following the guidelines issued by both the Scottish and UK Governments and NHS Scotland and urge all members to do likewise. You may find the following links helpful:
Can we remind you of the additional support that is available to our members from a number of partners:
HR, H&S and Legal Services: www.questcover.com
Westfield Health: www.westfieldhealth.com/chamber/chamber-primary-health-plan
Our various teams are all working from home and the office is staffed on an ad hoc basis. We are aiming to provide all of you with the best service and support we can, despite the circumstances. . For the latest information on our events programme, please check out our website:
Our emails are all being monitored, and the phone system is fully functioning with numbers forwarded appropriately. If you do need to contact us, the best means are by:
Phone: 01463 718131
Beyond Level 0 Guidance & Face Coverings FAQ
As of 31-08-2021
Please see attached a summary of the key aspects of current COVID-19 guidance and requirements, now that Scotland has moved beyond Level 0.
Also attached is an FAQ document on the issue of face coverings, where they are required, recommended and what exemptions exist for them.
The summary guidance includes sections on the following issues:
- Social distancing and reopening
- Homeworking and return to offices
- Face coverings and other workplace issues
- Self-isolation and contact tracing (including exemptions from self-isolation