Managing the impacts of Coronavirus

As the Coronavirus situation evolves, we continue to follow the official Australian Government advice. This is so we can ensure the safety, health and welfare of our people, our clients and others with whom we interact.

Health and wellbeing of our clients and our people

The health of our people is of upmost importance to us and we have decided to take precautions including:

  • the suspension of all non-essential domestic travel for all our staff until further notice.
  • restrictions on staff who have travelled in, or transited through, mainland China, Iran, the Republic of Korea or Italy.
    They must not attend work premises for 14 days from the date of their return.

Business continuity preparedness

We have been assessing our business continuity preparedness to ensure we can respond effectively as the situation evolves.

Whilst not intended, this may cause some disruption to the way you normally do business with us and we apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

Please be assured that we remain committed to conducting business as usual and delivering the best outcomes for our clients and business partners.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us