Your Health is our priority - A COVID-19 update    Read more

Your health is our priority

COVID-19 STAGE 4 RESTRICTIONS

'Business as Usual' – but with a few changes

The team at Saferoads are committed to supporting everyone during this tough time.

Premier of Victoria Daniel Andrews has recently announced Stage 4 lockdown of businesses in Melbourne and surrounding areas.
We would like to assure you that Saferoads will remain operational for the next 6 weeks during these Stage 4 Restrictions.

Saferoads is open for usual business, and continuing to take steps to maximise the safety of our staff and customers, whilst maintaining the exceptional service that our clients are accustomed to with minimal disruptions.

We all must do our part to flatten the curve of this pandemic, and because of this Saferoads has increased preventative measures. All employees continue to follow good hygiene practices currently recommended by health professionals including the wearing of a mask, frequent hand washing, covering up of coughs and sneezes and ‘physical distancing,’ as these are the most efficient ways to help reduce the spread. In addition to this, any staff who are able to work effectively from home are doing so to further minimise the risk to other team members and the community as a whole.

As a direct result of the Stage 4 Restrictions, we are now taking further measures to ensure that we minimise the risk of COVID-19 during this time. For more information on our COVID-19 Safety Plan, please contact us.

We welcome your enquiries, quotes and orders; these can be made via our website, phone or email. Please note that our office is closed to customers during Stage 4 Restrictions.

Saferoads is committed to ensuring minimal disruptions to the service and supply we offer to customers during this time.  

Thank you for your support throughout these challenging times.

Stay Safe & Healthy
- the Saferoads Team

 

 

More information on Coronavirus and what preventative measures should be taken can be found on the www.health.gov.au or WHO websites.