In light of the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Procurement Australasia’s highest priority is the health, safety and well-being of our staff, suppliers and our members. As an organisation, we are closely monitoring the situation to ensure the continuity of our operations is safe.
How can we help?
Where possible, we recommend businesses avoid non-essential face-to-face contact. Procurement Australasia have an array of products and services to enable our members to work anytime, anywhere and keep business moving with minimal disruption.
How our suppliers can help?
Procurement Australasia continues to remain in regular contact with all our suppliers to minimise any potential delays. We want to ensure that our members have everything they need at all times while continuing to support Australian business.
We have equipped our staff with technology, including remote meeting solutions, so they can continue working. This helps encourage social distancing and maintains our social responsibility to others within our community.
Personal Protective Equipment
Procurement Australasia is focused on protecting the health of our people, suppliers, members and the community at large. With the support of our purchasing team, we have secured certified face masks, gloves, coveralls and hand sanitisers for organisations, to keep your staff safe and protected.
How you can help?
We are heavily promoting initiatives to slow the spread of COVID-19. Here are some best practices to help lower the curve:
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