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Communication Resources
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To support our members, we have produced additional communication resources to download including an A4 poster confirming that the Government has said food stores must remain open. The poster also asks customers treat staff with respect and dignity which, sadly, does not always seem to be the case at this time. 

We have also designed a range of digital assets for use in social media posts:

Scottish Government Resources

The Scottish Government has produced a Communications Pack with downloadable images, posters and video clips for you to use to help share consistent messages about COVID-19.

These resources have been based on the template produced by the Department of Health and Social Care, and Public Health England to ensure consistency with the UK-wide advertising activity that is currently underway via advertising on radio, in newspapers and via social media.

Click here to download the pack (zip file, 42 MB)

BBC Posters

The BBC has produced three A3 posters for use in offices, schools or your community to help share the latest coronavirus advice. The three posters are linked for download by members below: 

  1. What should I do?
    Public health experts say the best way to try to stay is well to start by washing your hands.

    Download your What should I do? poster (3.6MB)

  2. What if I'm feeling unwell?
    If you do feel unwell, don't go to your GP - follow these steps.

    Download your Feeling unwell poster (6.6MB)

  3. Quick reminder
    Here's a reminder of the three key steps.

    Download your Three steps poster (1MB)