Operating through COVID-19

There are a number of requirements for businesses as a result of COVID-19.

 

Register your Business as Covid-Safe

COVID Safe Check-in is available to all businesses in NSW and is provided as part of the COVID Safe registration pack.

  • Businesses and organisations that require a Covid-Safe Check-in (QR Code):
    • amusement centres
    • aquariums
    • business premises that are used for auction houses, other than clearing houses
    • business premises that are used for nail salons, beauty salons, hairdressing salons, waxing salons, tanning salons, spas, tattoo parlours and massage parlours
    • crematoria
    • drive-in cinemas
    • entertainment facilities
    • hospitality venues:
      • casinos (all persons entering the premises)
      • food and drink premises (all persons consuming food or drink on the premises, plus staff and contractors)
      • micro-breweries, small distilleries holding a drink on-premises authorisation under the Liquor Act 2007 or cellar door premises (all persons consuming food or drink on the premises, plus staff and contractors)
      • pubs, small bars and registered clubs (all persons entering the premises, but not if they are entering the premises solely for the purpose of collecting food or drink to consume off the premises)
    • function centres
    • funeral homes
    • information and education facilities (other than libraries)
    • party buses
    • properties operated by the National Trust or the Historic Houses Trust
    • public swimming pools
    • recreation facilities (indoor)
    • recreation facilities (major)
    • sex on premises venues
    • sex services premises
    • strip clubs
    • vessels used for hosting functions or for commercial tours
    • zoological parks and reptile parks.

    Events:

    • controlled outdoor events
    • corporate events
    • funerals and memorial services and gathering after funerals and memorial services
    • wedding services and gatherings after wedding services.

    Electronic recording of entry is not mandatory for persons entering premises to attend a significant event at a place of public worship (such as a wedding or funeral) or entering premises for a religious service.

 

General Guides

The nsw.gov.au website is continuously being updated and represents the best source of information for businesses to get guidance on operating (including re-opening) their business.

Business Australia: COVIDSafe Planning Template and Risk Assessment

Safe Work Australia: COVID-19 Workplace Checklist

NSW Government: How to make your retail space COVID safe

 

Local Manufacturers of PPE and Hand Sanitiser

The Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC) developed the COVID-19 Manufacturer Response Register to help Australian businesses identify collaboration and market opportunities in order to supply protective, medical or critical care equipment in response to the COVID-19 crisis. The Register is an interactive platform that allows manufacturers, suppliers and customers to generate a profile outlining their capabilities and at the same time offer a demand search feature to source essential goods or service.

Please contact us on the Central Coast Economy Facebook page if you are having trouble sourcing PPE to reopen.