‘Covid Sense’ Campaign has been developed to recognise the current stage of the pandemic both in terms of current public mind set and reflecting the changes in regulations taking place.
This new strategy has been created to emphasise the need for all in Scotland to keep on living safely, through the COVID safety behaviours.
Today (Tuesday, 16 November), the First Minister confirmed there would be no immediate changes to the current Covid regulations in place in a statement to parliament.
A report covering FST activities during the financial year 2020/21
FST statement following a meeting with Scottish Government officials to discuss the implications for members if the vaccination scheme were to be extended to cover theatres and performing arts venues not currently affected.
Information, link to posters, social assets and examples of messaging.
‘Safer choices Make a Difference’ campaign assets and Stakeholder Toolkit. This now replaces the ‘Stop the Spike’ campaign assets.
NHS Scotland Covid-19 outbreak advice cards for workplaces (for managers and employees)
This toolkit is aimed to help staff/volunteers who are conducting inspections or checks. It contains: Information and examples about conducting visual checks, including notes on what official documents should look like and what to do if nothing is presented. Using the App for Scanning (Information and examples about scanning QR codes as a means of […]
The updates in this section are compiled from information released by the Scottish Government during the COVID-19 pandemic. They offer a summary of recent key announcements and signposting to relevant sources of further information.
The checklists, risk assessments and signposting on this page have been derived from a number of resources including members of FST and Festivals Edinburgh’s TAGSS group, SOLT/ UK Theatre, the Association of British Theatre Technicians, Costume in Theatre Entertainment and Arts, RB Health & Safety Solutions, the Scottish Government and the Government of Northern Ireland.