By Phillip Weiss
A State of Emergency has been declared in Victoria due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but currently it is business as usual from our various home offices at CourtHeath.
CourtHeath systems have been fully cloud-based for some time and our staff already work remotely so there is very little disruption to CourtHeath services as a result of COVID-19.
Our offices remain open for business, but for the safety of all involved, we have asked our staff to practice recommended physical distancing and avoid face to face meetings where possible.
Any staff member who has travelled overseas within the past 14 days or who is showing any flu like symptoms will be required to meet by phone or virtually.
Many of our meetings are already conducted by phone or online and we will expand our use of virtual meetings.
If you have any questions about our COVID-19 business continuity response plan, we are happy to answer any questions.
Our practitioners are experienced with critical incident procurement processes which may be applicable for certain requirements during this State of Emergency. Please contact us if you require procurement or probity advice.
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A participant in the UN Global Compact, CourtHeath seeks to raise awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals and the principles of the Global Compact with business and government organisations in Victoria.
See Uniting Business to respond to COVID-19 outbreak for the UN Global Compact's response to the global pandemic.
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IMAGE: By Kate Siegert
Written by Phillip Weiss.
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