This page is a source of information pertaining to COVID-19 updates.
We have a number of people affected by COVID-19 across the organisation.
All close contacts are identified and informed and all positive cases are reported to the NDIS Safegaurding and Quality Commission after immediate isolation.
A communication informing affected people to monitor symptoms will be sent which requires the same vigilance as required on a daily basis.
Working in a close-knit community has great advantages for support, however as COVID-19 cases are increasing everywhere, we are experiencing cases originating within the community, not through our work environment.
We continue to provide as much stability as possible during this time and are taking every measure to minimalise risk and ensure the safety and wellbeing of our staff and participants is maintained.
If you have concerns, please contact our management team on (08) 8562 4855 or for further information you can access the latest on COVID-19 updates from the SA Health website.
Barossa Enterprises continues to work closely with our employees and clients, to provide a safe and stable environment during these uncertain times. Communication is key and we are keeping our clients, families, carers and staff up to date with new information as it arrives from the Commonwealth Department of Health, SA Health, SafeWork SA and the NDIS.
We continue to provide services and supports to all clients in their homes and are keeping our support staff up to date, whilst managing risk through implemented strategies.
In line with the recent SA Health announcement on the spread of COVID-19 in the Barossa and keeping social distancing measures in place, the following decisions have been made:
As the situation changes on a daily basis, we will endeavour to communicate any changes to our operations, ensuring staff, clients, families and the wider community are kept informed.
If you have any queries or require support during this time, please contact us on (08) 8562 4855 or email@example.com
As you would no doubt be well aware, COVID19 (otherwise known as Corona-virus) is spreading across the globe causing a high level of disruption and anxiety. This news has dominated the media and with this, comes uncertainty and fears about what might happen. As the situation is ever changing, we must manage the risks as we know them and it is important to support one another and share in keeping people as safe as possible.
Our Management Team is monitoring the situation closely and has increased infection control processes, provided training and information to our clients and supporting staff and implemented a Business Continuance Plan.
We have increased measures in light of the changing environment to include:
- temperature checking at our three sites
- social distancing in the workplace
- staggered lunch breaks
- staff have the ability to work from home
- ceased all non-essential meetings and visits
- nominated one support worker to conduct grocery shopping for our clients requiring this service
- all buses and people movers are disinfected before and after a transport run and hand sanitiser is available on board vehicles
- following all government rules including self-isolation for employees and visitors who have travelled
We continue to work closely with our employees and clients to provide as much stability as possible during these uncertain times.
If you have any further concerns, you can access the latest information on COVID-19 from the Australian Government Department of Health
We understand many in our community are concerned about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and is a time of uncertainty.
Ours is an essential service and it is critical that Barossa Enterprises continue providing supports to our clients. You can also be assured that we will do our utmost to maintain the well being of our staff and volunteers.
Our site continues to remain fully operational and we expect this to continue over the next 6 months.
As the environment continues to change, our Management Team is monitoring the situation closely and has increased infection control processes, provided training and information to our clients and supporting staff and implemented a Business Continuance Plan.
Thank you for your support and if you require information about the Coronavirus, along with measures you can take to prevent the spread of the virus, please visit the Australian Government Department of Health website https://www.health.gov.au/ You can also phone the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.