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Old 22nd March 2020, 10:34 PM   #1
motorphotos
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Default To visit site or not

So latest advice is to stay at home as I do not consider myself a key worker

The question is if a builder needs advice and a site visit do you attend ?

I suppose on the one hand there is a moral duty to sort out a project but this is at odds with latest government guidelines stay indoors and save a life

Therefore do you visit site or not
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Old 22nd March 2020, 11:00 PM   #2
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Default Re: To visit site or not

Here in Australia construction sites are classed as an essential service and, for now anyway, remain open.

In reference to non-essential gatherings of greater than 100 people not being permitted from 20 March, the Prime Minister stated that:

“This does not apply to essential activities such as public transportation facilities, medical and health care facilities, pharmacies, emergency service facilities, correctional facilities, youth justice centres or other places of custody, courts or tribunals, Parliaments, food markets, supermarkets and grocery stores, shopping centres, office buildings, factories, construction sites, and mining sites, where it is necessary for their normal operation (although other social distancing and hygiene practices may be required in these settings).”

https://www.mbansw.asn.au/coronavirus-information
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