Covid Safe Event Checklist
Events for up to 500 people from 12 noon, 03 July 2020
Events are able to be staged in Queensland in compliance with relevant COVID Safe plans.
COVID-19 Assistance to Businesses
To our local businesses
If you are a manufacturer and are having difficulty finding vital materials or supplies we would like to assist you:- please go to http://dsdmip.qld.gov.au/index.php/industry/industry-support-dsd/manufacturer-s-supply-matching-request-form/view/form and fill in a short form, so that we can provide supply matching services.
For all businesses, we have brought together in one document attached. This information has been provided in good faith. Please check the State and Federal Government web-pages regularly to ensure its currency.
From: Queensland Government: Economic Development
Please find attached an information package that we hope will assist you to navigate your business through these difficult times. This document is collated from various sources and is current to the best of our knowledge as at 4.25pm, 14 April 2020.
As every business is facing their unique challenges at this time, we are keen to hear from you about the impact on, and your response to COVID-19.
In particular could you please share your thoughts on the following:
1.What has been the impact on your business? For example, decrease/increase in turnover and staffing?
2.Did you have in place a business continuity plan that prepared you well for responding to the pandemic?
3.Have you started to plan and position your business for a post-COVID-19 recovery?
4.Apart from the packages outlined in the attached document, are there any other areas where assistance would be beneficial to your business?
If you would like one of our SEQ North officers to phone, please respond to this email with your contact number.
Roadmap to easing restrictions (Stage 1)
Why are these restrictions different to those in other states and territories?
The states and territories all have different considerations and are at different stages in their response to COVID-19.
It was agreed at National Cabinet that the states and territories are responsible for implementing and rolling back restrictions for their own states and territories.
It is because Queenslanders have understood and cooperated with our restrictions and directives so well that we can now look to start gradually easing restrictions within our state.