It has been a crazy six months, from bushfires to a coronavirus pandemic. MBF and our small business members have not given up. We reacted quickly. On 21 March, a newsletter was sent out dictating how MBF will continue to support its members, provide education and allowing them to network during isolation #ISO.
Staying connected with Zoom during ISO
27 March - Stay in the Game
17 April - Committee Meeting: An Open Future Discussion
23 April - Coffee Connect
8 May - Committee Meeting
14 May - Coffee Connect
5 June - Effective Finance Management
Back to Business
June 1st - the NSW Government is easing social and business restrictions. MBF and its members are back in business. We thank Jody Carey for capturing how three of our members fare during COVID-19.
We had our first in-person coffee connect on 11 June at Sheathers On High and our Committee Meeting on 19 June at HDFC. It's wonderful to connect socially again.
As MBF and its members go back to business, we have listed these COVID-Safe Practices and Measures because we care about your well-being.
Self-isolate if you have just returned from overseas or awaiting for COVID-19 test results or suspected or having COVID-19 or had close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
Registrations and signing into events will be compulsory in the event tracing and tracking are necessary.
Make payments online so there is little or no handling of cash.
We discourage you to attend events if you are not feeling well and encourage you to wear a mask. Get tested.
Maintain a four square metre rule as dictated by the event venue.
Practise good hand hygiene. Use the hand sanitiser to clean your hands at the registration desk.
Bring your own writing materials.
Download the COVIDSafe app.
Cooperate with NSW Health if contacted in relation to a positive case of COVID-19, and notify SafeWork NSW on 13 10 50.
If you have any questions or comments, please refer them to Veronica Lind.