OUR COVID-19 SAFE PLAN


 

In line with the Queensland Government roadmap to easing Queensland’s restrictions and Queensland Health’s COVID-19 safe practices and COVID Safe Checklist, the ICLRQ is pleased to advise that as of Monday 13 July 2020, its office will re-open.

 

As the ICLRQ continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation very closely and operate in accordance with the government’s health and safety advice, the following measures as part of our COVID-19 Safe Plan are implemented to support the safety of visitors to our office:

  • Where possible, submit advertising requests in the QLR via email rather than in person or hand-delivering notices and cheques.
  • In paying the advertising fee, please aim as much as possible to fill out the credit card authorisation form (download the form here) and email it as an attachment (along with your notice of intention) to [email protected].
  • Contact in the Level 1 reception foyer will be kept to a minimum. If you are attending in person and you wish to pay by credit card, you are required to fill out the credit card authorisation form (the receipt will be emailed to you). We are not processing on-the-spot payments and payments in cash may not be accepted.
  • Follow the COVID-19 signage instructions around the building about social distancing and hygiene requirements.
  • Maintain safe distancing from staff and visitors and other court users and follow the directions of ICLRQ and Queensland Courts staff.
  • Use the hand sanitiser stations located at the entrance of the reception foyer before using the phone to buzz the office. Additional hand sanitiser, disinfectant wipes, tissues and bins are provided on the ground floor and you are encouraged to use them, as well as the multiple hand washing facilities in the building.
  • Staff members who feel unwell or start to feel unwell are required to not attend work. Likewise, visitors who feel unwell or have COVID-19 symptoms are asked not to visit the office and instead seek immediate medical attention.

Further information on the Supreme Court’s COVID-19 response and procedures can be found here.

 

We appreciate your patience and understanding. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us by phone at (07) 3236 1855 or via email at [email protected].