COVID-19: information and resources for employers

Updated 29 June 2020, 9.00 am.
ANCC will endeavour to update this page regularly to help keep you and your staff informed. If you have any urgent questions please call us on (02) 6046 9223.

As of 9.00 am on 29 June 2020, there have been 7,686 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia. Of these 7,686 cases, 3,177 were reported in New South Wales while 2,028 were reported in Victoria.

To ensure your business is keeping within the guidelines and doing the right thing, Safe Work Australia and Business Australia have put together a library of valuable resources, including:

- Industry-specific information: for employers, workers and business owners.

- Download checkliststo ensure your workplace is keep clean and safe

- Printable COVID-19 specific signage: for your customers and your staff

- Instructions: on how to properly disinfect your workplace

- Planning guidelines: on how to deal with a potential outbreak within your business


For latest updates from AlburyCity, visit their website.

The latest updates for NSW can be found on the NSW Health website. They also have case statistics for NSW.

Updates for Victoria can be found at the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services

For the latest news and information on  COVID-19 on a national level, please visit the Department of Health.


Info and resources for employers:

Please visit the NSW Govt businesses and employees page for the most accurate and up-to-date information. 

If you are an employer and are wanting more information, you can read the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s COVID-19 Employer Guide document that includes information on the following: employer obligations, working from home, changing or scaling down operations, business shut down and discrimination and privacy. 

Please note that these guidelines are constantly changing and while ANCC is committed to making sure that we provide you with the most up-to-date information, you should always check that the information you are consuming is correct. 

If you need more immediate, tailored assistance, please seek the advice of a HR consultant or law professional.

Additionally, if you are an ANCC member you may be eligible to access Business Australia’s Workplace Advice Line. You can call on 13 26 96 open between Monday and Friday 8.30 am to 5.30 pm to access free, fast and reliable advice.