The Steels Creek Community Centre is re-opening its doors with some new operational processes in place. These new practices are designed to assist with infection control as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
As per Government Announcement today (July 27, 2021), we are permitted to reopen the community centre.
- Mask must be worn inside and out
- Maximum 10 persons inside .I person per 4 sqm .
- Maximum of 300 outside but can only gather in groups of 10.
- You must sign in
All vistors to the centre must now sign-in using the QR code method (preferred) and submit your name and contact number. The QR code is available on the kitchen bench as you enter the centre. Alternatively, you may use the manual vistor registration forms (also on the kitchen bench. However, you will also need to bring your own pen/pencil to comply with sanitisation requirements).
All vistors must use one of the registration methods, in addition to signing the Centre’s normal visitor book (which is required to support the centre for council funding etc).
If you don’t have a phone with coverage at the centre, you will need to use the manual form method.
Note that all online registration data is held by a third party and is strictly held for contract tracing purposes only. You should not be placed on any markeing lists and your details can not be shared or used for any other purpose.
- You must sanitise on entry and exit
Hand sanitizer is available at the centre and must be used on each entry and exit.
- Additional cleaning requirements
As the centre is used by a number of community groups, it is now a requirement that each group be responsible for appropriate cleaning after use. This includes santising door handles and benches etc.
For more information, please refer to general Department of Health and Human Services advisories or contact Maree Rothwell