NSW Reopening: Health rules and information for small businesses

City Marketing & Strategic Partnerships Officer - Georges River Council

Businesses are required to keep their premises safe and minimise the risk of infection in the workplace.

The NSW Government has announced public health measures for business and individuals to come into force at the expected reopening date of Monday 11 October (following the achievement of  the 70% vaccination target).

Vaccination compliance and obligations for businesses

Businesses will be responsible for taking reasonable measures to stop unvaccinated people entering premises. For example, having prominent signs stating requirements, Service NSW QR codes, staff checking vaccination status upon entry and only accepting valid forms of evidence of vaccination.

Authorised officers will monitor businesses re-opening, particularly those that have vaccination requirements, for example hospitality, retail, gyms, and personal services (e.g. hair, beauty).

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