COVID-19

AHA COVID-19 Hygiene Courses
Posted 24 October 2020 AHA COVID-19 Hygiene Courses

The WA State Government has mandated that as a condition of re-opening, hospitality and tourism businesses must have all staff trained in the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) Tier 1 COVID-19 Hospitality and Tourism Hygiene Course. Managers and supervisors are required to complete the more advanced Tier 2 COVID-19 Hygiene Officer Course to ensure their staff and venues remain compliant with the COVID-19 restrictions and hygiene standards. Having a more detailed understanding of the following training modules contained in the Tier 1 COVID-19 Hospitality and Tourism Hygiene Course, Hygiene Officers will ensure best practice is adhered to so that patrons and staff remain safe.

COVID-19 Bulletin #28
Posted 24 September 2020 COVID-19 Bulletin #28

Please click HERE to view the latest COVID-19 bulletin provided by the Department of Health.

COVID-19 Bulletin #27
Posted 16 September 2020 COVID-19 Bulletin #27

Please click HERE to view the latest COVID-19 bulletin provided by the Department of Health.

COVID-19 Bulletin #26
Posted 09 September 2020 COVID-19 Bulletin #26

Please click HERE to view the latest COVID-19 bulletin provided by the Department of Health.

COVID-19 Safety Plan
Posted 15 May 2020 COVID-19 Safety Plan

All businesses are required to mitigate the risks of COVID-19. To reopen, businesses will need to: comply with conditions outlined in the COVID Safety Guidelines - please read these before completing your plan complete a COVID Safety Plan display a COVID Safety Plan Certificate in a visible location on the premises - this is included in the plan maintain a strict limit of a minimum of 4 square metres per person ensure a maximum of 20 people per venue (excluding staff) maintain hygiene and frequent cleaning maintain attendance records of patrons for the purposes of contact tracing carefully manage waiting areas to ensure social distancing. For more information and the plan template, follow this link: https://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-business-and-industry-advice#covid-safety-plan

COVID-19 Dashboard
Posted 13 May 2020 COVID-19 Dashboard

Local COVID-19 information is now at the fingertips of all Western Australians after the launch of a new COVID-19 dashboard. The dashboard enables members of the public to track the State’s current COVID-19 curve and stay up-to-date with other local COVID-19 information through a combination of maps, graphs and tables. It has been developed by the Department of Health and can be accessed from its website. Follow this link to view: https://experience.arcgis.com/experience/359bca83a1264e3fb8d3b6f0a028d768

Community Sport And Active Recreation Covid-19 Factsheet
Posted 12 May 2020 Community Sport And Active Recreation Covid-19 Factsheet

On 26 April 2020, the WA State Government announced the cautious easing of restrictions, increasing the number of people that can gather to 10, following the continued low number of new cases and the encouraging response to COVID-19 in WA.

Administration Office - Open By Appointment Only
Posted 06 May 2020 Administration Office - Open By Appointment Only

Department of Transport and Local Government enquires are open by appointments only. Please call the Shire office on 9827 1007 to make an appointment. We are unable to provide the following DOT services: *Theory tests *Drivers licence photos Please do not enter if you are experiencing any of the following: *Fever *Cough *Shortness of breath *Other cold/flu like symptoms Please note only one person is allowed in the Shire Office and no Children are allowed. Thank you for your continued support

Covidsafe App
Posted 04 May 2020 Covidsafe App

The Federal Government announced the CovidSafe App this week. The app is an important public health initiative that will help keep you, your family and our community safe from further spread of Coronavirus through early notification of possible exposure. Over 3.5 million Aussies have downloaded the CovidSafe App. The more people who download the app, the safer the community will be and the sooner we can safely lift restrictions and get back to business and doing the things we love. Please download and share the app by following this link.

State Recovery Response Covid-19
Posted 15 April 2020 State Recovery Response Covid-19

COVID-19 Government Support for Individuals.

A Guide For Funerals And Sorry Business During The Coronavirus Pandemic
Posted 14 April 2020 A Guide For Funerals And Sorry Business During The Coronavirus Pandemic

To help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Government of Australia has introduced new measures restricting large indoor and outdoor public gatherings.

Businesses Gnowangerup During The Covid-19 Pandemic
Posted 06 April 2020 Businesses Gnowangerup During The Covid-19 Pandemic

Please follow the rules given to us by the business owners to protect our frontline business owners, staff and public from the spread of the Coronavirus.

COVID-19 Community Information Document
Posted 03 April 2020 COVID-19 Community Information Document

The Shire of Gnowangerup have prepared a document to assist our community members in this current pandemic.

Shire Closure
Posted 25 March 2020 Shire Closure

Please be advised that due to the covid-19 situation that our community is facing.

Covid-19 What You Need To Know
Posted 18 March 2020 Covid-19 What You Need To Know

We need to work together to help stop the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

Covid-19 Advice To Our Customers And Suppliers
Posted 17 March 2020 Covid-19 Advice To Our Customers And Suppliers

At the Shire of Gnowangerup, we take our commitments to the safety and wellbeing of our employees as a priority. We also make the commitment to quality customer service.

Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updates For The Shire Of Gnowangerup Community
Posted 13 March 2020 Coronavirus (Covid-19) Updates For The Shire Of Gnowangerup Community

The Department of Health is providing accurate updates on the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) health issue.

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