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All staff should be practising social distancing to reduce the potential for transmitting COVID-19.

What is social distancing?

The practice of social distancing means less contact between you and other people, reducing the potential for transmitting the virus.

How do I practice social distancing?

Everyone should practice social distancing at work, outside of work and at home, where possible by mantaining a distance of at least 1.5 metres.

The federal Department of Health social distancing factsheet outlines ways in which to practice social distancing.

More information is also available on the NSW Health website.

Keeping DCJ COVID-Safe

Keeping DCJ COVID-Safe is all our responsibility. By practicing COVID-Safe behaviours in the workplace you are helping prevent the spread of COVID-19 and ensuring the safety of you and others.

  • If you are unwell you must notify your manager and stay away from the workplace.
  • When in the workplace always maintain regular hand hygiene, keep a physical distance of 1.5 metres from others and wear a mask if you can’t. If your role requires you to wear a mask then do so.
  • Check the COVID-19 locations list daily, and if you have been to a hotspot location, follow the advice of NSW Health about testing and isolation.

For more information visit the Keeping DCJ COVID-Safe webpage.

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Last updated: 12 Feb 2021