Resources and guidance on how to complete a COVID-19 safety plan for your construction, trade or home maintenance company, or for construction sites. This means that you can hire a plumber or electrician during this time, but both the dealer and the owner must respect health and safety advice. Find the latest information on the coronavirus and the work issues faced as a result in the construction industry. If your business is directly affected by this situation, please let us know here.
Some state governments offer financial assistance for merchants and small businesses, we have summarized what may be available to you here. We respect the Traditional Custodians and First Peoples of New South Wales, and recognize their continued connection to their country and culture. We talked to Roby Sharon-Zipser, co-founder and CEO of hipages, about why tradies should continue to be listed as an essential service and what you need to know about hiring a tradie during this time. Traditions may work, but be sure to visit the WA Government's website for the most up-to-date information on what you can and can't do.
Tradies in South Australia can work as long as the employer has measures in place to protect the health of its employees. To date, more than two million Australians have changed the way they find, hire and manage trusted merchants to do work at home. Amendments to the Extended Service Leave Act of 1955 will allow employees to take leave in shorter blocks, such as one day a week, and without the traditional one-month notice period, according to their employer. Most traders can continue to work while managing risks, but restrictions and advice may differ between states.
The platform has also introduced a feature in which customers can add photos when publishing a work and attach a PDF that allows more detailed information to be obtained to traditions, such as plans and measurements. Clients can continue to post jobs through the hipages platform and tradies can continue to accept job opportunities. Traditions may work, but all NT companies must submit a COVID-19 Safety Plan and update it to meet the requirements of the new CHO management. All construction sites in the confinement areas have been closed until July 30 to try to stop the transmission of COVID-19, but city tradies can still work and visit construction sites in regional areas.