COVID Safe Checklists
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Outdoors Queensland has worked closely with representatives of the Queensland outdoor sector and the State Government to develop and update COVID Safe Plans to provide guidance for outdoor organisations on their road back to full operation post the pandemic.
The purpose of these COVID Safe Plans was to help the Queensland outdoor sector show the health authorities and the community that they operate sufficiently safely and can service more participants/customers than the baseline restrictions at each stage in Queensland’s Roadmap to Easing Restrictions (the Roadmap). The plans have been accessible for all organisations in Queensland outdoor sector regardless of membership of an industry peak body such as Outdoors Queensland.
Changes from June 25
- COVID Safe Plans are NOT required
- No restrictions for self-service food buffets
- Mandatory use of the Check In QLD app
- Restrictions eased for running events
- Travel declaration required for anyone entering Queensland
For more detail go to … Roadmap to easing restrictions
COVID Safe Plans
COVID SAFE Plans are no longer required in Queensland*
COVID Safe Industry Plans and industry specific checklists have now been replaced by the COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses.
Reference copies of both the COVID Safe Plan for Outdoor Recreation Activity Providers and the COVID Safe Plan for Outdoor Education Providers are still available – click buttons to read / download.
*still required for large events, open air stadiums, and other large event venues
Please go to Resources & Support if you have any questions or need further support from Sport & Recreation. This page will be updated regularly with answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), fact sheets and links.
Submit your questions to SR.Covid19@dtis.qld.gov.au
The information on this page has been taken from credible sources and is shared with the best of intentions. While we have have done our best to provide the most up to date information, we cannot take responsibility for any person or organisation suffering as a result of using the information shared on this page. It is the responsibility of all organisations to do their research, to comply with all relevant legislation and to be aware of current government advice.