Covid-19 Controls

October 20, 2021 – Latest Update October 20, 2021

Source : Mark Mcgowan Facebook page


Based on the latest health advice, WA has just outlined a new overarching workforce vaccination policy – with a phased approach which will cover a majority of occupations and workforces within WA.

WA needs to be prepared for community transmission – and this policy is critical to allow the State to maintain services, and allow businesses to continue operating safely in the long term.

The policy strengthens current mandates and covers the next groups of industries to be mandated, as well as a requirement for other critical workers to be vaccinated to be permitted to work in the event of a lockdown or similar restrictions.

Mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for more than half of WA’s workforce sets out a safe and clear framework for industries and workers, based on expert health advice.

This phased approach is safe and proportionate to the risk of COVID-19 in our community. Under this phased approach, two groups of workforces will be subject to mandatory vaccination by certain dates, with a third group required to be vaccinated in the event of a lockdown:

⚫️ Group 1: First dose by 1 December 2021 and fully vaccinated by 31 December 2021:- Industries determined to have high transmission risk, or are a vulnerability risk or are necessary or critical to the safety of the community- A number of these industries have been announced previously and are currently in the process of implementation

⚫️ Group 2: First dose by 31 December 2021 and fully vaccinated by 31 January 2022:- Industries and workforce deemed critical to ongoing delivery of business and the function of the community – Mandating requirement in place to ensure the continuity of key services and businesses in the event of expected community transmission

⚫️ Lockdown: Must be fully vaccinated to attend work during a lockdown or similar restrictions:- These critical workers must be fully vaccinated to leave home to attend work, to decrease transmission risk and prevent impact on the delivery of services Groups 1 and 2 of industries represent approximately 60 per cent of WA’s workforce. With the addition of the lockdown group, approximately 75 per cent of the WA workforce is covered by these categories. We’ll be undertaking close discussions with industries over the weeks ahead to ensure industries and workers understand the policy well ahead of the implementation phase. Unvaccinated workers in settings in where exposure is likely can cause tremendous harm. They are a risk to themselves, their colleagues and the community. We simply cannot afford to allow the hesitant or complacent to infect those who have done the right thing and been vaccinated. WA’s vaccination rate continues to climb, but people should not wait until the eleventh hour. So don’t wait for Delta to reach our State – vaccinations are available today at GPs, Pharmacies, and even without an appointment at any of our State run clinics. For more information on this policy, please visit…/covid-19-coronavirus-mandatory…

March 17, 2020 – Latest Update December 1, 2020

Due to the ongoing concerns raised by the existence and spread of the coronavirus disease 2019 or coronavirus (referred hereafter as COVID-19), Enduraclad has put in place the following risk mitigation measures in relation to office locations throughout our operating markets.

Prior to your visit

  • Familiarize yourself with your own company’s policy regarding local and global travel. Advise us if you are not able to attend in person and we can seek other methods of communication; and

  • Only limited areas may be accessible at our facilities.

During your visit

  • Upon arrival, you will be asked to sign in at reception.

  • You will be shown to a washroom to wash your hands thoroughly, prior to your meeting;

  • You may be shown to a separate meeting room, away from the main office areas. This is to minimize the risk of any cross contamination with our staff; and

  • You may be limited to certain areas within our facilities.

AVOID touching your face

AVOID handshakes. Use alternatives to a handshake, such as:

  • courteous nod

  • elbow touch/bump

  • phantom fist bump (not touching hands)

  • “namaste” greeting: one prayerfully clasps one’s own hands together and bows

  • put your hand over your heart and smile/nod at whomever you are greeting

After your visit

  • Please ensure that you let us know if you develop any symptoms of the COVID-19 as soon as possible.

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