Notice for Clients – COVID-19 update
The safety and wellbeing of our clients, staff and community is our top priority. Following the latest advice given by the relevant government authorities, we have updated our business continuity program.
Our Offices and Meetings
Our aim is to continue business operations in a safe manner and keep any disruption of services to a minimum. Please note that our staff may be working remotely from time to time.
We will be avoiding face-to-face meetings insofar as possible and therefore encourage you to connect with us remotely using telephone conference calls, Microsoft Teams Meetings or other secure video conferencing tools that you may be familiar with.
If you are already scheduled to visit our office, kindly contact our team for assistance (by phone or email). Unfortunately, some appointments may need to be cancelled, even upon short notice. For safety purposes, we ask that you do not visit our offices without a confirmed appointment. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you.
For your own safety and that of our staff, we ask that you adhere to any safety measures in place at our office including wearing a facemask at all times, maintaining social distancing and sanitizing appropriately.
You are advised to contact us and not attend our offices if, on the day of your appointment or during the 14 days prior to your appointment, you have either exhibited any of the symptoms of COVID-19, or tested positive for COVID-19, or have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.
You are encouraged to follow Government advice on the pandemic and self-isolation.