Revoked COVID Safe Industry Plans

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COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses

Important

From Friday 17 December 2021, customers will be required to show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status when they check into many Queensland locations and businesses that will be restricted to fully vaccinated customers and visitors.

NOTE: Under the Restrictions on Businesses, Activities and Undertakings Direction, all restricted businesses required to operate in accordance with the COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses must continue to use the checklist until 4.59am Friday 17 December 2021. Find out about the checklist required from 5.00am Friday 17 December 2021.

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Restrictions on businesses have been eased due to the great job Queenslanders have done in limiting community transmission of COVID-19. There is no longer a requirement for restricted businesses to operate under a COVID Safe Industry Plan or any of the ‘industry specific’ COVID Safe Checklists.

COVID Safe Industry Plans and industry specific checklists have now been replaced by the COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses (the Checklist).

The Checklist outlines the control measures that need to be implemented by restricted businesses to keep staff and customers COVID safe, and will promote consistency between different industry sectors.

Restricted businesses must ensure that a signed copy of the Checklist is displayed at the business premises.

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COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses

All restricted businesses must operate in accordance with the COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses.

Restrictions for businesses include:

  • no more than 1 person per 2m2 indoors, or
  • up to 100% seated venue capacity provided patrons or guests are in ticketed and allocated seating
  • collection of contact tracing information using the Check In Qld app
  • regular and thorough cleaning
  • availability of hand washing facilities or hand sanitiser.

Restricted businesses must ensure that a signed copy of the Checklist is displayed at the business premises.

Businesses should refer to the resources to the right for specific guidance on implementing each element of the Checklist.

Note: Where the Chief Health Officer has issued updates to the public health directions, which differ from requirements outlined in published Approved COVID Safe Checklists, the relevant Direction(s) prevails to the extent of any inconsistency.

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Important resources


Public health and social measures from 17 December 2021

From 17 December 2021, restrictions on businesses, activities and undertakings will be further eased. Many businesses and venues will be able to return to operating at full capacity. However, with the easing of border restrictions, COVID-19 will start to circulate in our community. Therefore, there will be restrictions on people who are not fully vaccinated to ensure we don’t overwhelm our hospital system when we have outbreaks.

Under the Public Health and Social Measures linked to vaccination status Direction there remains the requirement for many business settings to operate in accordance with a COVID Safe Checklist.

COVID Safe Checklist—Vaccinated staff and patrons only

From 17 December 2021, the following businesses, activities, and undertakings that can only operate for staff and patrons that have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to operate in accordance with the COVID Safe Checklist—Vaccinated staff and patrons only.

  • Hospitality venues, such as cafés, restaurants, pubs (food courts are out of scope).
  • Adult entertainment venues.
  • Theme parks, outdoor amusement parks, tourism experiences (national parks, public gardens and ferry services are not in scope).
  • Zoos, aquariums and wildlife centres.
  • Showgrounds.

COVID Safe Checklist—Unvaccinated staff and patrons permitted

From 17 December 2021, the following businesses, activities, and undertakings are permitted to operate with unvaccinated staff and patrons and are required to operate in accordance with the COVID Safe Checklist—Unvaccinated staff and patrons permitted.

  • Short term rentals and short-term accommodation, such as:
    • hotels, services apartments, holiday accommodation, backpackers, and boarding houses.
  • Dine-in-canteens, for example at a:
    • military base, school, university dormitories, mining camp.
  • Religious and civil ceremonies, churches and places of worship.
  • Funerals.
  • Universities and other higher education institutions.
  • Beauty and personal care services, such as hairdressers, massage (therapeutic and non-therapeutic), day spas.
  • Indoor play centre.
  • Gyms and other fitness venues.
  • Dance studios.
  • Indoor sports centres, indoor social sporting-based activities, community sports clubs, indoor swimming pools open to the public.
  • The private hire of a venue for a function, event or party for the following venues and settings:
    • cafés, restaurants, pubs, clubs, RSL clubs, taverns, function centres, bars, wineries, distilleries and microbreweries, and premises in hotels
    • nightclubs
    • indoor live music venues, karaoke bars, concerts, theatres, cinemas
    • casinos, gaming or gambling venues including wagering outlets that are open to, and accessible by, members of the public
    • adult entertainment venues.

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Revoked COVID Safe Industry Plans

The revoked COVID Safe Industry Plans are available for businesses to refer to, should they wish to implement some, or all, of the measures in the plans. However, it should be noted that compliance with these plans is no longer mandatory.

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Revoked COVID Safe Checklists

The revoked COVID Safe Checklists are available for businesses to refer to, should they wish to implement some, or all, of the measures in the checklists. However, it should be noted that compliance with these checklists is no longer mandatory.

Revoked checklists:

The revoked COVID Safe Industry Plans are available for businesses to refer to, should they wish to implement some, or all, of the measures in the plans. However, it should be noted that compliance with these plans is no longer mandatory.

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