Covid19 Safe Plan 2022

South Kingsville Community Centre Covid19 Safe  

Update 22 April 2022

SKCC’s priority remains to keep our participants, employees, volunteers, and community safe.

In line with the Victorian Government announcement regardingCOVID-19 easing of restrictions for Melbourne, SKCC will implement the following changes to operational arrangements as of 11.59 pm 22 April 2022.

A COVIDSafe Plan has been developed to support safe operations of SKCC and maintain a COVIDSafe workplace for our employees.

SKCC continues to take advice and adhere to public health directions and recommendations in order to remain compliant throughout its operations considering the COVID Safe principles. These may include:

  • Physical Distancing
  • Face Masks
  • Hygiene and Enhanced Cleaning
  • COVID-19 Response and Contact Tracing
  • Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

SKCC will monitor adherence to this plan and with new advice and recommendations, and where appropriate adjust this plan, ensuring SKCC provides a COVID Safe environment for all who visit, work with and use our facilities.

1. Physical Distancing

Physical distancing requirements and capacity limitations on venues may be in place to ensure all Victorian Government and health department directives. Awareness materials advising on the physical distancing requirements are displayed throughout the centre.

  • Signage and guidance material, including floor markings, are displayed to assist in awareness and adherence to physical distancing protocols.
  • Furniture, workstation layouts and configurations have been adjusted to meet these requirements.
  • All employees are required to undertake COVID-19 training before returning to the workplace.

This includes requirements for physical distancing and awareness of public health directions.

2. Face Masks

As directed by the Victorian Government through the Department of Health and Human Services, masks 22 April longer be required from 11.59 pm Friday, 22April; however, SKCC recommends using masks indoors, primarily when social distancing cannot be achieved.

Employees may continue to wear face masks if they so choose.

Occasional care will follow the guidelines on face masks recommended by the Department of Education.

3. Hygiene and Cleaning

Enhanced cleaning protocols have been implemented at increased frequencies across all areas of the centre with an emphasis on high contact surfaces and frequently accessed areas or communal items in restroom facilities following SafeWork Australia guidelines.

  • Hand sanitiser dispensers have been placed in critical areas. 

4. COVID-19 Response and Contact Tracing

SKCC shall ensure COVID-19 safety protocols have been implemented following health authorities and SafeWork Australia guidelines.

SKCC has developed processes and specific actions in the event of a confirmed case of COVID-19.and the notification processes per the health authority requirements.

5. Indoor and Outdoor Spaces

To ensure the indoor environment continues to provide a safe environment for all, windows are to be opened as much as possible. Air purifiers are in use in the childcare area.

Indoor/Outdoor Play recommended for occasional care where possible.

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South Kingsville Community Centre acknowledges the peoples of the Kulin nation as the Traditional Owners of these municipal lands and waterways. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging and through them to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.