by BFFF
Feb 12th, 2021
3 mins
BFFF

Food and drink manufacturers are being asked to establish Asymptomatic Testing Sites in workplaces on a voluntary basis, which will provide confidence to employees and customers and help to protect and enable business continuity. Government is inviting businesses in the food sector with more than 50 employees (with sites located in England) to register for the provision of government-funded lateral flow technology (LFT) to test asymptomatic workers. For more information, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/get-workplace-coronavirus-tests.

FDF is jointly hosting a webinar on workforce testing with the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) on Monday 15 February at 15:00 to provide an opportunity to hear from government and industry on how to access and implement workforce testing effectively.

View the Webinar joint-fdf-defra-workplace-testing-webinar.

In addition to speakers from FDF and DEFRA, we will be joined by the following experts in this area:
• James Forsyth from the Department for Health and Social Care
• Gerald Mason from Tate & Lyle Sugars
• Lee Sheppard from apetito
• Matthew Rushton from Reed Talent Solutions
• We will also hear about initial plans for workforce testing in Scotland and Wales
There will be an opportunity to have any questions you may have answered during a Q&A session at the end of the webinar.

To attend the event please register your interest to Griffin Shiel at griffin.shiel@fdf.org.uk to receive a link to the webinar which will be held on Microsoft Teams.

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