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So what IS the law then?

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/11701972/cummings-break-law-rules/

There has been – you may have noticed – a lot of fuss about Mr. Cummings and his trip. He says he didn’t break the law and some senior Government figures support him.

If you actually look at the law (here it is folks)- http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/2020/350/regulation/6/made -it would be easy to think he did.

There is a list of things that count as ‘reasonable excuse’ to be out of your home. What Mr. Cummings did isn’t on that list. There may be some wriggle room… but if someone at the heart of Government can be in a grey area (or is he?) what about the rest of us?

There’s a lot of guidance out there. Guidance isn’t law. Should people going back to work be like the senior politicians and commentators now – unsure of what’s right and what isn’t?

Safer Trader Ltd has cut through the confusion and given you, the tradesperson, a toolkit to get it right. Maybe the Government should have done it, but we waited long enough.

It’s OK Government, we did it for you.

If you are sure, your customers can be sure. Never mind the confusion in the messaging, get trained, get it right, get back to work safely.

Office guidance from BEIS

We welcome the publication of the office guidance for working safely in other peoples’ homes published yesterday by the Government (BEIS). The SaferTrader Covid Secure Training incorporates all of this guidance and enables the tradesperson to complete an assessment and demonstrate their understanding of it through the Covid Secure certificate and badge.

The guidance can be found here – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/working-safely-during-coronavirus-covid-19/homes

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