Centre for Women’s Safety and Wellbeing – Sample COVID-19 management plan for FDV services in WA

The CWSW has put together a sample COVID-19 management plan, updated on 25 January 2022, for Family and Domestice Violence services in Western Australia. CWSW have given their permission for WACOSS to share this document with the sector as an example. You can find it here.

Anglicare WA COVID-19 Response Plan

This is the latest version of Anglicare WA’s extensive COVID-19 response plan which has evolved over the course of the pandemic, and now includes extensive workforce and service continuity planning in the event that we see a surge of COVID-19 cases impacting the community sector in WA. You can find it here.

Anglicare have also drafted a procedure for Rapid Antigen Testing in their workplace and asked managers to implement a local plan for distribution and use. Anglicare have made this internal policy available so that others in the community sector may benefit from it:

Parkerville Children and Youth Care – COVID-19 response plan

Parkerville CYC have put together an extensive COVID-19 response plan, based off Anglicare WA’s plan above, updated as of 27 January 2022 that recognises the current environment and likely impact on workforce and service delivery of an Omicron outbreak in Western Australia. Parkerville CYC CEO Kim Brooklyn presented this COVID-19 Response plan as part of the Community Sector Workforce Preparedness webinars hosted by WACOSS and the Department of Communities.

RUAH Community Services

Ruah have provided the following presentation slides following their participation in our Community Sector Workforce Preparedness webinar on Friday 11 February 2022, which details their service continuity, succession and workforce planning for living with COVID-19.