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24Mar

Key Worker Support Letters for BIVDA Member Employees

Dear All,

Travelling as essential workers

BIVDA has produced these two letters, one for service engineers travelling to end user sites and another for staff travelling to your site as part of the manufacturing and supply chain (that should cover all your staff who need to be involved and can’t work at home). These can be downloaded from the attachments on this blog.

We suggest you also provide them with a letter saying they work for you and identifying yourself as a BIVDA member company and if they have company id they keep this with them, if not then photo id is recommended.

If you experience any issues then please contact us as the Office for Life Sciences, as part of UK Government, will support you.

 

Best regards,

Doris-Ann and the BIVDA team

Attachments

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