Posted 5 months ago

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - RBF Update

19/05/20

Request from RBF Chairman, Tim Shoveller 

https://mailchi.mp/7b52b9050df9/request-from-rbf-chairman-tim-shoveller-4820261

 

24/04/20

Press release - read HERE

 

23/04/20

Message from RBF Chairman, Tim Shoveller 

https://mailchi.mp/1469f4acd15f/message-from-rbf-chairman-tim-shoveller

 

24/03/2020

Sharing the message from Network Rail who are looking for various ex railway workers to help keep Britain moving during Covid-19. A difficult time for many so if you know any ex Signallers, Crossing Keepers, Roster Clerks, Mobile Operations Managers or Electrical Control Operators please make them aware and contact COVID-19supplychain@networkrail.co.uk.

https://emarketing.railbusinessdaily.com/t/ViewEmail/d/B5B01AFC4BC83F7B2540EF23F30FEDED/365348A030DDC8B2D8E2A916412CAE5B

 

19/03/2020 

RBF Response to Covid-19

https://mailchi.mp/b928c7010a49/rbf-response-to-covid-19

 

17/03/2020

We would like to advise you of the steps we are taking to ensure that we can continue to operate and support our beneficiaries during this time of difficulty across the Nation.

Our phone lines will be open between 10am and 3pm each day. You are advised to email where possible info@railwaybenefitfund.org.uk.

We are here to support the Railway Family and will process any applications in the shortest time-frame available. If you experience any delay, we apologise sincerely and ask that you understand we are doing the absolute best we can for you in testing circumstances. We will be minimising any unnecessary travel to reduce any risk to our team and following the latest government guidance.  

Our phone 0345 241 2885 is operating between 10am to 3pm and email support@railwaybenefitfund.org.uk monitored between 9am to 4pm during the working week – please email info@railwaybenefitfund.org.uk if you are experiencing any difficulties getting in touch.

 

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