CONDITIONS OF ENTRY to Wrightway Road Training Premises. Visitors MUST adhere to the following Guidelines

 

These Guidelines concern Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

 

Coronavirus is a human condition that can make people very ill. Illness symptoms may appear flu like and can in many cases develop to fatal results due it being a serious disease. It is thought coronavirus originated in China and human to human transmission occurs through human contact and contaminated surfaces.

 

Our Organisation is committed to preventing the spread of this virus and we insist all visitors to our premises must demonstrate practical and proportionate steps to prevent transmission of this sickening disease to other people.

 

Staff in our Organisation are trained to do the following:

promote regular and thorough hand-washing;

use provided alcohol-based hand rub dispensers in our workplace including student access locations;

frequently wash their hands with soap and water;

place litter in rubbish bins for paper towels and tissues; and

use cleaning and disinfectant products to clean our facilities, work stations and equipment.

 

 

Note: Personal hygiene is extremely important in preventing human transmission of this virus. This means thorough hand washing in required before use of the toilet and after use of the toilet. After touching work surfaces hand washing is required. Try to avoid hands touching areas of the face near eyes, ears, nose and mouth. Contaminants such as fluids containing the virus enter a person through body contact.

Separation space to other people is important and our visitors are requested to maintain more space to others than was previously the case before the virus was known to exist.

 

Visitors to our organisation are asked to:

wash their hands with soap and running water regularly when hands are visibly dirty, before and after going to the toilet, before and after eating, prior to food preparation or touching pens or other virus transmission sources;

use alcohol-based hand rub regularly, particularly after coming into physical contact with others;

cough and sneeze with a tissue or bent elbow, immediately dispose of used tissues and use alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water immediately afterwards;

avoid touching eyes, ears, nose and mouth;

if unwell, avoid contact with others and seek medical advice immediately; and

make sure pens, documents and items such as door handles are clean and hygienic after contact.

 

Reasonable precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 will help us to get through this public health issue without contracting the disease.

 

Symptoms of Coronavirus are fever, coughing, sore throat and/or tiredness. These symptoms are common to having a cold or other respiratory illness. Seek medical advise if symptoms persist.

When symptoms are experienced you must do the following:

avoid close contact with other people, no handshaking or standing directly in front of them;

respectfully ask that they stand or maintain a satisfactory distance from you;

avoid sharing hand held items such as pens, try to use your own personal pen;

indicate any sanitation items they may use (tissues, alcohol hand sanitisers) and where to dispose of the sanitation item; and

 

frequently wash hands and use sanitisers/cleaning products where needed.

 

Should you still be concerned, refer to the Wrightway Road Training personnel on site. 

 

What if an employee has symptoms?

Wrightway Road Training are obliged to report to the Department of Transport (DoT) if any of their employees develop symptoms and are being tested for COVID-19 if they have been in the workplace.

 

If you as a student of Wrightway Road Training believe that you have contracted COVID-19 you are urged to report your suspected illness from the disease to Wrightway Road Training personnel on site.  This step is mandatory so others are not exposed to this life threating disease.

 

If a student develops symptoms such as: a fever, a cough, sore throat, tiredness or shortness of breath there is at higher risk of suffering from COVID-19 or within 14 days of last contact of a confirmed case, they should call their GP or call the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 and advise them of their symptoms and travel history.

If a student has serious symptoms such as difficulty breathing, 000 should be called for urgent medical help.

If a student does have COVID-19 symptoms and is likely to have experienced exposure to the virus, it is recommended that they do not present for training and inform Wrightway Road Training as well as seek medical advice and not return to the training facility until medically cleared.

 

Further information

For the latest advice, information and resources, you can go to:

 

https://healthywa.wa.gov.au/coronavirus

 

www.health.gov.au

 

Call the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.

It operates24 hours a day, seven days a week.

If you require DoT translating or interpreting services call 131 450.

 

Coronavirus information line number on orange background

 

This advice is in part an extract from guidelines provided by the Commonwealth and State Departments of Health.