The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having a significant impact across Australia
At Salisburys we remain acutely aware of the impact this is having, and may continue to have for the foreseeable future, for our clients.
We are taking a position of ‘business as usual’ with our offices still being attended, whilst keeping abreast of the evolving direction from various authorities.
As a firm, we have a substantial capacity to work remotely and to ensure your interests continue to be looked after. Our foundation systems for practice and document management, emails and communications are cloud-based and have been tested for capacity under peak remote working loads. If we are directed to no longer permit staff to attend our offices we, therefore, have the capability to continue to serve your needs.
Naturally, the health and safety of our staff, clients and business partners, their families and our community is of the utmost importance. Our management of the situation will weigh all such factors when making key decisions.
We have no reported cases of illness relating to COVID-19 within the firm. We have undertaken steps within the firm to segregate offices and reduce non-essential travel and will continue to seek guidance from office Government sources.
Should an event occur that will force the closure of the firm, we will email you and outline the process during this time.
We currently have in place a number of measures ready to be implemented for such an occurrence. We certainly hope this does not occur, but we must be vigilant and prepared in the event that it does.
Should you have an upcoming meeting at our premises or with our team, we will be in touch as necessary to confirm that the meeting is proceeding or whether you would like to make alternate arrangements.