The New South Wales Government Safe Work Awards are set to recognise the most outstanding businesses and their exceptional workplace health and safety standards and practises. This year, the 2020 Safe Work Awards focus on the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic and the many challenges various businesses have had to face in order to keep the workplace, their employees, clients and general communities safe.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had devastating effects on businesses right across Australia, resulting in mandatory closures, short and long term workplace changes, and also difficult staffing challenges due to major losses in revenue. This year businesses and employees have suffered, and the businesses that remain open, or are beginning to reopen, have had to adjust their policies and procedures in order to comply with new Federal Government and World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines surrounding COVID-19.
City Building Services promptly applied a COVID-19 Safe Work Policy in early March 2020, in order to keep their staff, clients and local communities safe whilst following all mandatory guidelines set by the Federal Government and WHO, including additional practices in day-to-day duties to help stop the spread of COVID-19, whilst continuing to operate.
City Building Services is a 100% Australian owned and operated heating, ventilation, air-conditioning & refrigeration (HVAC-R) company, currently operating nation wide with their head office located in Sydney. In order to help many struggling businesses and support Australians, City Building Services has offered new maintenance agreements half price maintenance for six (6) months on their contracts to assist with operating costs.
City Building Services is a certified COVIDSafe business. To view City Building Services’ COVID-19 Safe Work Policy, simply visit www.citybuildingservices.com.au/covid19-safe-work-policy
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