We take the welfare and wellbeing of our employees, clients and students seriously. This policy outlines our procedures for employees and contractors who remain in our workplace (including training venues that we lease or hire), or who are required to return to the workplace due to operational requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This policy represents our approach to dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. However, this policy is in all respects subject to any overriding Government directive or law. For example, if the Government mandates that you must remain at home, or that our workplace must close, then such directive overrides this policy.
We refer you to the Tasmanian Government’s website: https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/ and the Commonwealth’s website: https://www.australia.gov.au/ which contain the latest information on Government policy on COVID-19.
You must not attend any class or visit or enter any GlobalNet Academy premises, including premises that our not ours but we are using, if you identify with any of the following:
In addition, everyone must:
GlobalNet Academy follows any current Tasmanian Health Directive on wearing masks. You can find more information about the requirement to wear masks on the Tasmanian Government’s website here: https://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/keeping-yourself-safe
We strongly encourage all students and trainers to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Whilst we strongly encourage vaccination, we are not mandating that either students, employees or contractors of GlobalNet Academy be fully vaccinated. This may change as circumstances and public health orders change.
We will pass on vaccination mandates beyond our control. For example, where a venue that GlobalNet Academy uses requires people to be vaccinated, you will need to be vaccinated in order to participate.
Currently, vaccination in Australia is voluntary. GlobalNet Academy will follow the position of the Australian Government on voluntary vaccination. https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines/is-it-true/is-it-true-are-covid-19-vaccines-mandatory-in-australia