Euro 2020 – Guidance for businesses
Many businesses in Broxtowe may be planning to screen the upcoming Euro 2020 football matches at premises over the coming weeks.
It is important that businesses ensure screenings are compliant with the current ‘COVID-19 Secure’ regulations, and that good management practices are in place together with an up to date risk assessment.
Further guidance for businesses can be found by clicking ‘Euro 2020’ below.
Track and Trace in businesses, venues and other settings
The following establishments must collect contact details of all customers, visitors and staff (over the age of 16) on their premises for the purpose of Track and Trace by law:
- hospitality businesses, including all pubs, bars, restaurants and cafés;
- tourism and leisure venues, including hotels, museums, cinemas and amusement arcades;
- close contact businesses, including hairdressers, barbershops and tailors;
- community centres, libraries and village halls;
All those listed above must hold records from all their customers and visitors for 21 days. This reflects the incubation period for COVID-19 (which can be up to 14 days) and an additional 7 days to allow time for testing and tracing. After 21 days, this information should be securely disposed of or deleted within GDPR guidelines.
Current restrictions – STEP 3
We remain at STEP 3 of the government’s Covid Recovery Roadmap, as such the restrictions associated with this step apply under law.
Businesses are reminded that any further relaxation of the current restrictions, will not occur until STEP 4 is confirmed by government, and are still subject to review.
It is anticipated that the government will provide further announcements on STEP 4 by Monday 14th June.
STEP 4 will not occur any earlier than Monday 21st June 2021.
Links to all the current guidance can be found via the Council’s ‘Open For Business’ webpage.
Grant to help businesses tackle domestic abuse
Employers across Beeston and Chilwell can access help to support workers affected by domestic abuse thanks to a grant awarded to Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) from The Rotary Club of Beeston.
With the grant of £1,000, BWP, which works across the Borough and beyond to support people affected by domestic abuse, will help local businesses focus on what they can do to address the problem.
How can my business support?
If you’d like your businesses to be part of the project contact: firstname.lastname@example.org at BWP, or email@example.com
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HS2 Supply Chain Readiness event
This event is open to all businesses looking for business development opportunities, available as part of the HS2 supply chain.
It will provide practical information on what is required of businesses to access the wide-ranging procurement opportunities that HS2 will bring to the East Midlands.
This session will also be of interest to the education sector and those supporting people back into employment, with further information delivered by Mark Warrilow (Skills Stakeholder Manager – Phase 2 HS2 Ltd) on:
- providing training and employment for workless individuals;
- employing workless graduates;
- providing support for FE colleges;
- providing structured work placements;
- schools engagement activity to stimulate interest in STEM subjects and transport infrastructure related careers; and
- supporting the professional development of the HS2 Programme’s workforce.
For further information and to book a place at this event, click ‘HS2 Event’ below.
D2N2 Growth Hub – New Business Events Added
The D2N2 Growth Hub continue to offer valuable help and advice to businesses in Broxtowe. This includes various events delivered online due to the pandemic.
For a full programme of future events, click ‘Business Events’ below.
Get your business into shape for post-COVID trading with free webinars from the Nottingham City Libraries’ Reset. Restart programme.
1:1 sessions with expert business mentors and a range of webinars are available to help you make the most of your time and money.
Here’s what’s coming up:
- Plan Your Post-Lockdown Recovery – 15th June
- How customer-focused is your marketing? – 17th June
- Digital Marketing & Social Media – 1st July
- PLUS 1:1 sessions every Wednesday morning
Council services during the COVID-19 pandemic
We have a Support for Business page on our website which has lots of useful information about grants, schemes and links to guidance.
We are also sharing regular updates about affected Council services at https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/coronavirus
You can also get updates on our social media accounts.