There are steps you can take that will help ensure you and your business are COVID ready
The following essential information will assist you to get on with your business operations with confidence, while helping to protect your staff, customers and the wider community as we continue to navigate COVID-19.
More information available at covid-19.sa.gov.au.
Who needs to create a COVID-Safe Plan?
Defined public activities, private activities and private functions must have a COVID-Safe Plan in place, per the Activities COVID-19 Direction.
Visit Covid-19.sa.gov.au for:
- definitions of Defined public activities
- businesses and activities that are restricted
- businesses and activities that are excluded from the Direction.
If you have not completed a COVID-Safe Plan, do not have this available at your premises, or do not comply with current Directions, you can be fined up to $5,000.
Find out more information about how to create a COVID-Safe Plan at covid-19.sa.gov.au
COVID SAfe Check-In
Hospitals, aged care facilities, and residential disability facilities must use the COVID SAfe Check-In or other approved contact tracing system.
COVID SAfe Check-In is not required for all other businesses, including recreational transport, auctions and inspections for sale and rental of properties, public transport, taxis and ride share, educational facilities.
Find more detailed information at covid-19.sa.gov.au
COVID Marshals are people who are assigned to apply COVID Directions and restrictions in identified businesses and operations.
All people acting in this role are required to complete COVID Marshal online training.
A COVID Marshal is only required for a COVID Management Plan event. You can find out if your event requires a COVID Management Plan here.
See more information about COVID Marshals, including who can be one, at covid-19.sa.gov.au