Civil Fire’s Staged Response
In response to the current and ongoing concerns in relation to COVID-19 in Australia, Civil Fire has developed a three-stage response in order to:
Minimise health & safety risk to our workers, customers and the community and
Ensure business continuity & job security.
The situation is rapidly evolving. Civil Fire management are committed to monitoring the latest government advice and revising business operations & controls where necessary.
Click on each heading to read what each stage means for our customers & our business.
We are here (as of 30/3/20)
Stage 2 triggers
We will move to Stage 2 under the following circumstances:
Civil Fire has a significantly reduced workforce due to:
Sickness (COVID-19 or otherwise).
Workers voluntarily self-isolating or in quarantine.
Workers looking after school-aged children (should schools be cancelled).
Civil Fire’s customers, the fire protection industry, or society in general expects businesses like ours to take greater social-distancing measures.
Further restrictions are dictated by Government on medical advice.
Stage 3 triggers
We will move into Stage 3 of our response on Government direction.