Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Commitment to our Clients

Quickfire Emergency  Management  Pty Ltd are conscious of the  heightened levels of concern for the health and wellbeing of our clients, their residents/patients and employees in the Aged and Health Care sectors, due  to COVID-19 impacting the community.

Click here to read our client update for July 2020

We have been closely monitoring the evolving situation and briefing our Consultants daily on all information and recommendations provided by the World Health Organisation, Aged Care Quality & Safety Commission and the Chief Medical Office of Australia.  Our Consultants and office employees have downloaded and are using the COVID Safe App as recommended by the Australian Government.

Updated Coronovirus (COVID-19) guidelines for infection prevention and control in residential care facilities

Updated June 25 -covid-19-guidelines-for-infection-prevention-and-control-in-residential-care-facilities.pdf from the Department of Health. 

Quickfire staff and Training Consultants have undertaken the Australian Government Department of Health Infection Control Training and in particular our on-site Trainers have had the most up to date influenza immunisation.

In addition, we will adhere to any infection control protocols that may be required of us in the delivery of our service to our clients.

As with previous influenza outbreaks within this sector, our Consultants will continue to be vigilant and value the basic standards of hygiene which include

  • follow QFEM COVID19 safety plan -  click here ;
  • hand sanitising,
  • maintain physical distancing,
  • coughing/sneezing etiquette,
  • maintain up to date vaccinations relevant to influenza
  • will not enter any facility or site should they present  with any cold or flu like symptoms.

Please be assured  that we are committed to doing all that is necessary  to continue to responsibly provide our training services during this challenging time.

To that end we have implemented precautions outlined in our Guidelines for Training Attendees


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