We are committed to getting through COVID-19 together with our people, suppliers and communities.
Our highest priority during the COVID-19 pandemic has been maintaining the health and safety of our workforce. Our COVID Resilience Team is focused on preparing for the changing risk profile across business locations, considering response arrangements including appropriate preventative and mitigative controls, and strategies for business continuity.
In Western Australia, we responded to COVID-19 challenges including lockdowns and interstate border restrictions throughout 2021. We focused on ensuring sufficient personnel for critical operational and maintenance roles and continued to support the health and wellbeing of our workforce using existing frameworks
Following a workforce survey, in October 2021, we announced we were working towards a proposal to require COVID-19 vaccination to enter Australian offices to keep our people safe and maintain business continuity. Woodside employees at Karratha Gas Plant. After completion of our workforce consultation, Woodside decided to introduce the COVID-19 vaccination procedure from 5 February 2022, it will be a condition of entry to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter a Woodside Australian office or to provide a valid medical or other exemption.