Blue lights for the NHS – Belfast (Belfast Evening Standard)


If you missed last night’s webinar you can view it here.

As we mentioned on the webinar, Lin Western has been investigating a product that sanitises your vehicle.  Whilst we are not endorsing it, we certainly feel it is worth considering for a deep clean.  There is one video link hereAnd another that has been done specially for us (I should mention that he’s not a real ADI), that you can view here.  The produce is called X-mist, and is not new.  It has been used for some time in coaches, buses etc and has two British Standards.

Parv Walling, GC member and newsletter editor, has also been investigating, this time about eyewear.  Eyes are a potential way that the virus can enter the body so it is important to consider them.  She has found the following blogs and links that may be of interest –


Many thanks to Jamie Moffat for this message – Just a quick note to say we as an industry actually got a mention on the sky news website saying that ministers are looking at when driving instructors can start back work!!   We do exist haha!


The training webinar will be taking place on Thursday this week, which is change from our normal day. Dan Hill will be back on the Money Matters subject, this time talking about managing your income.  You can register for it here.


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