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The impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on Australia’s residential building industry is a key concern for HIA and our members.
Maintaining your business operations right now is challenging and HIA has built a library of resources to help you with these challenges. Our staff continue to be available to help members navigate the questions you have and we are developing new ways to engage with members and to keep delivering HIA’s services and support.
Whether you're facing delays in construction, supply chain issues or other problems due to COVID-19 we can help you with the latest advice and information for managing your business during these extremely challenging times.
It's now more important than ever to ensure that your worksite fully complies with state health requirements for COVID-19 by following the latest restrictions, using QR codes and managing site check-ins.
With the extra pressure that COVID-19 is putting on you and your business, there has never been a more important time to be mindful of the stress and to manage your health - physically and mentally.
HIA has developed a set of industry guidelines to help members manage their residential building work sites and the risks from COVID-19.
HIA has developed a guide, safety plans and poster for small residential sites in ACT.
HIA has developed a guide, safety plans and poster for small construction sites in the Greater Sydney area.
HIA has developed a guide, safety plans and poster for small construction sites in Victoria.
A contactless site induction tool for industry to support the HIA Making space on site guidelines for COVID-19.
How to safely manage COVID-19 for national work, health and safety requirements.
An industry guideline for managing COVID-19 on new housing worksites.
Your guide to manage COVID-19 for renovations and repair sites.
A simple guide to keep your workplace COVID-19 safe for staff and visitors.
How to safely manage COVID-19 on small commercial construction sites.