BiKBBI launches new webinar aimed at getting back to work

The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) is launching a new webinar aimed at helping tradespeople get back to work safely following updates to the Government Recovery Plan.
Taking place on the 3rd, 10th and 17th June and entitled ‘Tradespeople: Returning to work safely’, the webinar is aimed at installers who are keen to get back to work but may be concerned about the practicalities.
The free-to-attend 50 minute webinar will cover important information about how tradespeople can return to work during the Coronavirus pandemic, how they can ensure they stay safe and can protect themselves, their co-workers and their customers. It will go into detail about the key decisions that need to be made in preparing to go back to work and the practicalities of how to plan and work on site.
“Over recent days and weeks, Government advice for tradespeople has changed,” comments Damian Walters, CEO at the BIKBBI. “We know that our members and the wider industry have many questions about what the rules are and how they should be applied in practice. These are the questions our webinar intends to answer and will leave people feeling confident about how they can get back to work.”
The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation (BiKBBI) represents over 6,400 installation businesses across the UK, as well as a number of KBB retailers, manufacturers and distributors of KBB product. The organisation launched in 2006, is Secretary of State Sanctioned and not-for-profit registered, registered in England & Wales (06533488).
BiKBBI is responsible for education, standards and the support of business that operate within the KBB installation sector, whilst supporting consumers with free guidance and access to business that have been independently accredited.
To register for one of the webinar sessions click here: and for more information about the BiKBBI visit

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