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Facts about living on the Sunshine Coast

Facts about living on the Sunshine Coast for your interstate move Interstate migration to Queensland is booming, but most new residents bypass Brisbane for other regions in the Sunshine State. The Australian Bureau of Statistics showed the population estimate for Sunshine Coast is currently 367,180. The data of the last

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How to choose a trustworthy removalist

Choosing a reliable and trustworthy removalist should be easy, but it can be overwhelming to try and find a company you’re going to trust with all of your most valued possessions when there is so many to choose from. Complaints in the removalist business are commonplace due to the large

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Guide to Getting a Full Bond Refund When Moving Out

As your premier removalists on the Sunshine Coast, we are here to help you move to a new house, as well as to give you advice on things that help you with the process. Getting your bond refund is one thing that you would like to happen and there are some

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Moving During a Pandemic: What You Should Know

Hiring removalists is usually the best way to move house, but they are especially helpful during a pandemic. Here at Caloundra Removals and Storage, we want to help you complete all the tasks involved with moving, whatever the external factors may be. With the pandemic currently affecting everyday life, moving

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Crucial Questions to Ask When Hiring Removalists

Moving can be a headache. Whether it is your house or business, it can cause disruption, loss of time, and stress. The best you can do is to make it as hassle free as possible. The way to do that is think ahead and prepare for it. We at Caloundra

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CALOUNDRA REMOVALS & STORAGE is committed to ensuring the health and safety of workers and others affected by our work activities.  We place the highest priority on making sure work activities are carried out safely and reasonable measures are taken to remove (or reduce if they can’t be eliminated) risks to the health and safety of workers and others.  People are our most important asset and safety is everyone’s responsibility.

Exposure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a potential hazard for workers and other people at workplaces. CALOUNDRA REMOVALS & STORAGE will apply the necessary measures in order to protect workers and all other persons from contracting COVID-19.

CALOUNDRA REMOVALS & STORAGE will to keep up to date with the latest COVID-19 information and advice to ensure that any action taken is measured and appropriate. This includes closely monitoring the Australian Government Department of Health and any advice from state or territory government agencies.

CALOUNDRA REMOVALS & STORAGE will initiate control measures that include but are not limited to the following:
  • Review and promote our infection control procedure.
  • Ensuring workers are aware of the isolation/quarantine periods in accordance with advice from the Australian Government Department of Health.
  • Providing clear advice to workers about actions they should take if they become unwell or think they may have the symptoms of coronavirus, in accordance with advice from the Australian Government Department of Health and state or territory health department.
  • Eliminating or minimising international work travel, in line with the travel advice on the Australian Government’s Smartraveller website.
  • Providing regular updates to workers about the situation and any changes to organisational policies or procedures.
  • Contingency planning to manage staff absences
  • Providing workers with information and links to relevant services should they require support.

Workers also have a duty to take reasonable care for their own health and safety and to not adversely affect the health and safety of others. Workers should be reminded to always practice good hygiene and other measures to protect themselves and other against infection. This includes:
  • To self-isolate if returning from an overseas trip, or being in close contact with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • Washing their hands often, with soap and water, or carrying hand sanitiser and using it as needed
  • Covering their mouth when coughing or sneezing, but not using their hands to do so
  • Seeing a health care professional if they start to feel unwell
  • If unwell, avoiding contact with others (including shaking hands or other touching, such as hugging).