CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) GUIDELINES
The health and wellbeing of my clients remains my highest priority.
During the increase restriction I will continue to provide services where possible.
Stage 4 restrictions and their effect on residential renovations after discussions between the HIA, Master Builders Victoria, industry groups and Government.
Clarification to road-map information, update 107
After further analysis by the MBV technical team yesterday, there are some important clarifications to make regarding industry changes for the easing of restrictions to ‘RESTRICTED’ on September 28,
Common questions about Stage 4 restrictions: renovations underway
One of the most common questions we've encountered is if renovations can continue if work on them has already begun.
Residential and commercial services that were booked before 5pm 3 August and are scheduled to be carried out before 5pm 17 August, that are essential to the wellbeing or livelihood of the occupants will be permitted.
In the scenario of a bathroom renovation, you would need to do the minimum required to ensure the client bathroom provides a basic bathing/toilet facility and is safe. In a kitchen renovation, you would need to do the minimum required to ensure the client kitchen provides basic water and cooking functions and is safe.
In these and any other similar scenario, you will need separate work arrangements from domestic arrangements as far a reasonably practicable and all activity will be subject to a High-Risk COVIDSafe Plan.
On the Job
The wearing of face covering is now mandatory across the entire State of Victoria whenever you leave you home.
While on site I will wear a face covering at all time. If at any time you need to speak to me whilst I am in your property you must wear a face covering and comply with the physical distancing (1.5m)
I am not accepting cash payments through this period. On-line payments only.
A COVID19 infection can cause mild to severe respiratory illness. The most common symptoms reported are:
• breathing difficulties and breathlessness
• sore throat
• fatigue or tiredness.
COVID-19 is most likely to spread from person-to-person through:
• Close contact with an infected person.
• Touching objects or surfaces (such as door handles or tables) contaminated by a person with the infection.
As defined by Australian Government Department of Health Close contact can happen in many ways, but examples include:
• Living in the same household or household-like setting (for example, a boarding school or hostel)
• Direct contact with the body fluids or laboratory specimens of a confirmed case
• Being in the same room or office for two hours or more
• Face-to-face contact for more than 15 minutes in some other setting such as in a car or a lift or sitting next to them on public transport.
Victoria has now been declared a State of Disaster.
Stage 4 restriction are now in place. Keep update on the latest restrictions by visiting the Victorian Government website and or Department of Health and Human Services Victoria
Department of Health and Human Services Victoria | (COVID-19)
Melbourne – Stage 4 restriction now in place:
Curfews are in operation from 2000h to 0500h every evening. People are only allowed to leave their house for work and essential health, care or safety reasons.
Outside of these hours, you are only allowed to leave your house for one of the following four reasons: