Moreton Bay Able Anglers, like most businesses across Australia, is taking the risk of the spreading COVID-19 very seriously.
Our priority is to keep our business running smoothly to ensure your services continue to operate and are uninterrupted. We are taking steps to prepare and respond to do our bit to help contain the virus and keep the community safe.
What are we doing?
- We are following advice from the Australian Government.
- We continue to monitor the world health organisation's updates and advices including that of the Australian Government. Whilst there is a suggestion or request that all events with over 500 people be cancelled, postponed etc, we understand that any group gathering has the potential to spread COVID-19. We will be continually monitor our participants and asking them if they have any symptoms that maybe related to the Coronavirus.
What does this mean for you, as a client?
- We will continue to hold our fishing tuition sessions with group numbers not exceeding 10.
- You maybe asked quite often about how you are feeling, we have been doing this long before the Coronavirus anyway in order to gather feedback on each participants mental states and to ensure they are living the dream life, however, you maybe asked a little more often to ensure that you and everyone involved in our groups are risk free.
- If you have any concerns, you can contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0484 555 029.
What can you do to help the Moreton Bay Able Anglers Community?
- Make sure you keep up to date with the latest Australian Government advice and consider whether you might need to make changes to your normal activities.
- National Disability Services provides some good advice about responding to COVID-19.
- Disability Services Consulting is also offering a free online course you may like to offer your team around supporting people to stay infection free.
Finally, please keep us informed about any particular issues impacting your ability to attend sessions so that we may assist in resolving them.
This is not a normal situation for any of us, and we want you to know that we are prepared and ready to enact our business continuity plans.
We will update you as the situation develops.