15 FEB 2021
Links to info on WA's controlled interstate border, travellers from Victoria and a reminder to stay vigilant and continue your safety and risk management practices.
Although the Perth and Peel regions have now transitioned out of our restrictions, we would like to remind everyone to stay vigilant and continue your safety and risk management practices. Please continue to practice physical distancing where possible, maintain good personal hygiene at all times and get tested when unwell.
If you require further assistance or information, see the ‘Return to Pre-Lockdown Life’ page which may answer some of your questions about the transition.
As part of WA’s Controlled interstate border, from 6.00pm, Friday, 12 February 2021, travellers from Victoria will not be permitted to enter WA without an exemption.
From 12.01am, Tuesday 16 February 2021, NSW travellers into WA will no longer be required to self-quarantine.
See below links to the latest directions:
Victorian Outbreak Response Directions (No 2)
Controlled Border for Western Australia Amendment Directions (No 13)
Presentation for Testing Directions (No 16)
More information can be found on the WA Government website where these directions are located. To assist contact tracing if it is required, please continue to register your contact details, at businesses and venues where contact registers are available.
Reminder that FLCWA is seeking Expressions of Interest to Provide Freight and Logistics Industry Liaison Services. Please email your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org by this Friday, 19th February 2021, 5pm.
The FLCWA is seeking an industry liaison service that will:
- Promote the common interests of persons, including the Government and Government entities, who are engaged in, or interested in freight and logistics matters raised by industry.
- Facilitate forums for exchanging views between industry and Government on strategic matters impacting on the efficiency of freight and logistics activities in or impacting Western Australia.
- Identify opportunities and constraints that may impact the achievement of successful freight and logistics activities in Western Australia.
- Represent the FLCWA at Government and industry forums and groups.
- Promote the importance of successful freight and logistics activities to Government, industry and the community.
- Manage projects on behalf of the FLCWA.
See our update here for more information.
Due to the ever changing situation and border restrictions we recommend keeping up to date on the relevant state or territory website:
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