COVID Safety Measures at AIM WA

For the safety of all clients, suppliers, visitors and team, AIM WA adheres to the Australian Government Department of Health, the WA Department of Health, and Safe Work Australia guidelines.

All visitors will be required to show proof of vaccination or exemption from Monday 31st January - using one of the following methods:

Our face-to-face courses are running, alongside a number of online offerings.

When you attend AIM WA the following precautions are in place:

  • Proof of vaccination or exemption (from Monday 31st January)
  • Checking into the venue with the ServiceWA or SafeWA app
  • Masks must be worn indoors
  • Temperature checking on arrival
  • Participants spread out in training rooms to allow for social distancing
  • Modification of training activities to ensure no contact or close interaction
  • Signage in all public areas reinforcing hygiene measures of washing hands, coughing into elbow and staying away if unwell
  • Hand sanitizers available in public areas of all buildings
  • Sanitizing wipes at each computer in our computer training rooms for participants to use on their mouse and keyboard
  • Frequent cleaning and sanitizing of all buildings on our Floreat site

Visitors must not attend if they are feeling unwell or have been deemed a close contact and ordered to isolate.

AIM WA facilitators have been directed to disqualify themselves from delivering face-to-face work if they are feeling unwell or have been directed to isolate.

For face-to-face delivery offsite, our Custom/In-Company clients are required to provide confirmation that they have implemented protocols to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus – prior to training taking place on their premises.

A senior level response team, led by myself, is meeting regularly to respond to any changes in the current situation.

At AIM WA, we remain ready and able to support you and your organisation.

Please contact us directly on 9383 8000 or email us at aimwa@aimwa.com.

With kind regards

Professor Gary Martin FAIM

Chief Executive Officer