From 11:59pm Wednesday 5 August, workplaces in Melbourne must be closed unless:
- the workplace is part of a permitted activity, or
- all employees are working from home
Employers that require their staff to attend a work site must issue a worker permit to their employees.
Employers can issue a worker permit to their employee if:
- the organisation is on the list of permitted activities
- the employee is working in an approved category for on-site work, and
- the employee cannot work from home
How to issue a worker permit
Each employee required to be on-site must receive an individual worker permit with the required details.
- Download the Permitted Worker Scheme Template and complete it.
- Sign the worker permit. You can print and sign or sign it electronically.
- Ask the employee to sign the worker permit. They can print and sign or sign electronically.
You do not need to send the worker permit to any Victorian Government department/agency.
If you are eligible to issue worker permits for your team, please visit: https://www.justice.vic.gov.au/permitted-worker-scheme for more information.
For the latest guidance please visit: https://www.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.
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