COVID Safe Checklist for Businesses

During a public health emergency, the Chief Health Officer can issue Public Health Directions to assist in containing, or to respond to, the spread of COVID-19 within the community.

These directions may apply to specified Impacted Areas for a set period of time.

Find out more about Impacted Areas, and whether any have been declared and are in force.


COVID Safe Checklists

COVID Safe Checklists relate to seated dining and drinking, food courts, and personal services. These are different to COVID Safe Event Checklists, which allow for 500 attendees (indoors) and 1000 attendees (outdoors) per day at events.


COVID Safe Checklists for Public Health and Social Measures

From 1am Thursday 14 April 2022, the Public Health and Social Measures linked to vaccination status Direction was revoked, removing the requirement for the COVID Safe Checklist.

Businesses can still refer to the following guides for information:


Workplace health and safety resources, posters, and fact sheets have been developed to help you stay informed and manage your business during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic:

A free COVID Safe Business training package for businesses:

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Last updated:
14 April 2022