My Covid Safety Plan
It is an uncertain time in the world at the moment, but don't let that put your life on hold. Who would have thought our lives would be turned upside down in such a swift manner. We all know by now, as the saying goes “We are all in this together.” In Victoria, we have had a particularly rough time with Covid. Our restrictions have been the toughest in the world and weddings have been hit hard. There are steps we can take to ensure your wedding follows a Covid safety plan.
There are many ways in which we can have a Covid safe wedding and I am committed to making sure my level of service complies with all of the new regulations.
I follow the guidance of the Department of Births, Deaths & Marriages, The Attorney Generals Department and The Department of Health & Human Service. I abide by the processes listed in the Government’s COVID-safe plan. Here are an overview of the main points:
1. Ensure physical distancing - You must ensure workers and visitors are 1.5 metres apart as much as possible.
2. Wear a face covering - You must ensure all workers and visitors entering the worksite wear a face covering as per public health advice. There are exemptions to this.
3. Practise good hygiene - You must frequently and regularly clean and disinfect shared spaces, including high-touch communal items such as door knobs and telephones.
4. Keep records and act quickly if workers become unwell - You must support workers to get tested and stay home even if they only have mild symptoms.
5. Avoid interactions in enclosed spaces - You should reduce the amount of time workers are spending in enclosed spaces
6. Create workforce bubbles - You should keep groups of workers rostered on the same shifts at a single worksite and ensure there is no overlap of workers during shift changes.