Entura updates business continuity plan and implements vaccination policy

March 10, 2022

Entura has a rigorous, structured business continuity plan that underpins our efforts to protect health and safety, maintain good governance, and minimise impacts on our clients’ projects during the uncertainties and changing circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We continually review and revise our business continuity plan as the pandemic evolves. You can access our updated Business Continuity Plan summary here.

Over the last two years of the pandemic, we have worked with our clients to explore the best ways forward for their projects. We continue to do so, working together to identify opportunities, where appropriate, to re-scope, redirect effort, or revise timelines.

Due to travel restrictions and the need for physical distancing, we are postponing non-essential field work at this time.

To progress other required field activities, we are closely engaging with our partners on shared field work protocols and adopting methods to enable physical distancing, such as separate road travel. We are sharing COVID-19 mitigation strategies and amending safe work method statements (SWMS) for field work.

Consistent with our safety-first approach, in 2022 we have also introduced a vaccination policy for all Entura staff and contractors.

Our people across Australia and in India continue to adapt as this pandemic evolves, to stay safe, connected, productive and responsive to our clients.

Please contact us if you need to find out more about our response.