National Association of Jewellers hosts online courses for reopening after lock down


The National Association of Jewellers is hosting online courses designed to keep jewellery and watch retailers, plus manufacturers and distributors, safe as they reopen after the Covid-19 lock down.

The courses are free to NAJ members, and £100 to £200 per course, depending on how many users from a single company access them.

NAJ’s StoreSafe COVID-19 Awareness Course has been developed from the four key principles:

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  • Start Safe – Essential information for employees and guidance on travelling to store
  • Store Safe – Building on ‘normal’ requirements from HSE
  • Task Safe – Assessing tasks against social distancing regulations
  • Home Safe – Leaving store safely

The aim is to help jewellers feel confident about returning to work; understand how to protect themselves, co-workers and customers from catching and spreading Covid-19; and demonstrating assurance to customers by displaying the ‘StoreSafe’ certificate in your store.

Businesses can sign up for the courses by clicking here.

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