Mandatory Vaccination Update - Government FAQs Released

9 December 2021

Today the Government released the Mandatory vaccination - building and construction workers FAQs.

The FAQs provide clarification on the requirements relating to mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations in the building and construction industry.

Members are reminded that in order to continue to be permitted on a building and construction site workers must have had:

  • their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by 31 December 2021;
  • and their second dose by 31 January 2022. This Member Alert clarifies the requirements regarding proof of vaccination and the collection of information for both contractors and employees.

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