Covid-19 Moving to level 3
While our subscribers who were classified as essential services during Level 4 will have developed processes to deliver their services under the Covid 19 restrictions, moving to level 3 takes the focus off essential and moves to ‘safe’.
What safe looks like for you will be determined by the services you provide, and your professional bodies will be providing clinical guidance to help you.
WorkSafe NZ has generic guidelines which will help you with the non-clinical aspects of the requirements. https://worksafe.govt.nz/managing-health-and-safety/novel-coronavirus-covid-19/transitioning-from-alert-level-4/
Practices will be required to develop a safety plan and WorkSafe has a template that you can download and complete to fulfil this requirement https://worksafe.govt.nz/managing-health-and-safety/novel-coronavirus-covid-19/your-covid-19-safety-plan/
We continue to work from home and can be contacted on 0800 800 627 or by email email@example.com
Keep safe and stay well,
Shaun, Chris and Fiona
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