LSAWA CEO: Restrictions eased, but they could be back

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Over the ANZAC Day long weekend, WA Premier Mark McGowan relaxed the indoor/outdoor public gathering numbers from two to ten. From tomorrow, schools will also open for term two and there is even some talk of sport returning to the fields.

These are all great signs which show we are managing the spread of the virus- but I do stress, we are managing it, not defeating it.

With the colder months just around the corner, the reality is there could be a return to a more rigid lock down during winter, therefore we must ensure we plan for the worst and hope for the best.

So, if there is anything that needs attention like a faulty “tap and go” terminal, any refrigeration servicing or general maintenance that needs help from a third party, now maybe the best time to get it done.

I’d also encourage you to look at your staff roster. Do you have a plan if you or your staff can’t work?

I suggest to have a “Plan B” for staffing. It could be the time for family or friends to get a Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate just in case.

Also, let me remind you that our website is linked to all the current information and trends. It’s on the home page or you can just click HERE.

To get on top of the virus it’s important we all stay two or three steps ahead.

Stay safe and remember to #SeparateSanitizeStayHealthyWA

Take care,

Peter Peck
CEO LSAWA

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