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Update on COVID safe measures for Greater Sydney

From 12.01am Monday 17 May 2021, COVID safe measures will be eased in Greater Sydney (including Wollongong, Central Coast and the Blue Mountains).

Drinking while standing up will again be allowed at indoor venues, as will group singing indoors and dancing at nightclubs. Masks will no longer be compulsory on public transport or for customer-facing staff in hospitality venues.

Read more about visitor numbers and when to wear a face mask.

Businesses and organisations

Businesses and organisations listed here should use the General COVID-19 Safety Plan.

Industry COVID-19 Safety Plan
Crematoria Mandatory
Funeral homes Mandatory
Other businesses without a specific COVID-19 Safety Plan Recommended

 

COVID-19 Safety Plans and COVID Safe registration

Having a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place will help you fulfil your obligations under Public Health Orders to minimise risk of transmission of COVID-19.

We have developed COVID-19 Safety Plan templates for specific industries.

If your business does not fit within one of these specific industries, it is still recommended you have a plan. Having a COVID-19 Safety Plan in place will help to protect your staff, workers, customers and visitors.

Complete the plan in consultation with staff, then share it with them.

Businesses and organisations should also consider the benefits of registering as COVID Safe.

Keep your plan up to date

You may need to update the plan in the future, as restrictions and advice changes.

Have an up to date plan at your premises at all times.


Your COVID-19 Safety Plan

Use the provided COVID-19 Safety Plan to address the checklist of matters.

Complete a COVID-19 Safety Plan

 

Things to note:


Register as a COVID Safe business 

If you've completed your COVID-19 Safety Plan, you can register your business as COVID Safe.

Register as a COVID Safe business


Translated COVID-19 Safety Plans

The English version of this COVID-19 Safety Plan was updated on 29 March 2021 based on advice from NSW Health under the current Public Health Order.

The updated plan has been translated into Arabic, Korean, Simplified Chinese,  Thai and Vietnamese.

For assistance in completing a Safety Plan, you can contact the Service NSW Business Concierge team.

For translation assistance please call the National Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450, and ask them to call the Business Concierge on 13 77 88.


 

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