16 Nov 2020

Western Australia’s hard border was relaxed on Saturday 14 November to a controlled interstate border. This means that travellers are able to move across our state border more freely, with varying levels of COVID restrictions depending on which state they are travelling from and to.

More information and continuous updates on the controlled interstate border can be found on the WA Government website.

This is an exciting step in the fight against COVID-19, but the situation is still fluid, and the increased level of movements could pose a higher risk for those in WA which has been free of community transmission for some time.

At AVELING, we continue to practice the recommended restrictions and hygiene requirements as outlined by the WA government, and continue to closely monitor the situation.

Key measures in place at our Jandakot training facility are as follows:

  • Temperature checks are being conducted on arrival;
  • If you are displaying any signs or symptoms of COVID-19 you are asked to stay home. If presenting at our facilities with signs of illness you will be asked to go home until you feel well;
  • You are asked to ensure you practice good hygiene, washing hands regularly with soap and hand sanitiser;
  • Sanitiser stations and signage are located throughout the building;
    Meeting room tables are being sanitised after use;
  • We are operating with limited room capacities and ask participants to adhere to the ‘2 square metre rule’ in shared spaces;
  • The building is subject to nightly hospital grade cleaning;
  • Our cafeteria is open for normal service, with social distancing and increased hygiene practices and protocols being enforced;
  • All non-essential group activities remain cancelled.

We are pleased to be heading more towards a ‘new normal’ but ask that all participants and staff remain vigilant and follow our requirements to keep everyone as safe as possible.

If you have any questions, please contact us on +61 8 9379 9999