Please note you will receive a confirmation from Zoom after you register which will include the link to access the webinar and the password. You will also receive reminder emails with this information one day and one hour prior to the webinar.
The circumstances when a community organisation can require their workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 are fast-changing and can be difficult to understand.
In response to recent NSW government announcements relating to mandatory vaccines for workers in areas of concern, we’re hosting a free special webinar on Friday 3 September.
Join our free, 30-minute webinar to learn about:
- the circumstances when an organisation can introduce a mandatory vaccine policy;
- what the recent public health orders mean for community organisations with workers in NSW’s areas of concern;
- when a direction to be vaccinated would be lawful and reasonable; and
- situations when an organisation should seek further legal advice.
Who should attend:
This webinar is targeted for community organisations with workers in NSW’s areas of concern.
If your organisation is having trouble registering please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 8636 4448 or 03 9002 4488.
This is an online event - access details for the webinar will be sent by email before the event.
Eligible organisations seeking free legal advice on these issues (from one of our lawyers or through a pro bono referral to one of Justice Connect’s member law firms) can submit an enquiry through our Online Enquiry Form.
Here's what past participants said about our webinars
"Very practical guidance and lots of access to resources and links etc to help in the future!"
"Webinars make it a lot more convenient and I would definitely recommend others to attend your webinars."
"Really clear, concise and accessible information. Thank you!"
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