The NFRC has recently established a Covid-19 section on its website aimed at keeping members informed on personal health and business support. The Association says it wants to ensure all its members that The National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) is following all official advice from the Government and NHS during this period. The NFRC aims to reinforce all valuable information to its members through feedback on matters particular to the roofing industry.
All members of the NFRC will have access to a dedicated:
- Webpage: www.nfrc.co.uk/coronavirus
This webpage will cover both personal health and financial advice and is aimed at being the first point of information for members. The NFRC will continue to keep this page updated for any information and advice that is relevant to the roofing industry; including signposting to most important Government information and grant/funding application processes.
- Telephone line: 0330 123 4714
This phoneline has been set up for members for any additional queries about how Covid-19 may affect their business.
- Mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org
This dedicated mailbox will allow members to contact the NFRC if they seek additional information or advice that is not available on our webpage.
NFRC Chief Executive James Talman said: “Apart from promoting a dedicated phone number on all matters related to Covid-19, it is essential that we are receiving information and feedback from all strands of our membership. There are common matters and there will be issues which affect large employers, SME’s, micro businesses and the self-employed. We need to consider the whole supply chain, the importance of two-way communication and how we can assist to keep it working as best as possible. We are well placed through our federal structure to have a clear understanding of regional variations and the situation in the devolved nations.
“Our priority is to assist our members in keeping sites working where safe to do so and to support members in as many ways as possible to weather this storm.”