9 June 2021 / COVID-19

QLD Contact Tracing Alert

Latest COVID-19 case locations in QLD

Please note this is a public announcement – not an announcement from Hutchies.

Updated: 09 June 2021

A new locally acquired case has been confirmed on the Sunshine Coast this afternoon. The case recently travelled from Victoria via NSW into QLD and has been out in the QLD community while infectious since 5 June 2021.

Please take the time to review the list below and if you have been at one of the venues at the time identified, inform your Team Leader and make arrangements to follow the Queensland Government directions immediately.

Check the QLD Government website daily for updated information. 

Close contact (high risk) locations - quarantine and complete the contact tracing form

If you have visited any of the locations listed in the table below during the date and time indicated you are considered a close contact. You must immediately travel by private transport directly to your home, quarantine and get tested at your earliest opportunity. You must also complete the online contact tracing form.

DatePlaceSuburbArrival timeDeparture time
Saturday 5 June 2021
McDonalds Goondiwindi BP Complex
Cunningham Hwy
Goondiwindi7.35am7.50am
Sunday 6 June 2021
Sunnys @ Moffat 10 Seaview TerraceMoffat Beach2.35pm3pm
Sunday 6 June 2021
Coffee Cat on Kings Beach 4/8 Levuka AveKings Beach3.30pm4.30pm
Monday 7 June 2021The Coffee Club
Stockland Caloundra Shopping Centre
Shop 30 & 31, Stockland Caloundra,
47 Bowman Rd
Caloundra10.50am11.05am
Monday 7 June 2021Female toilet near JB Hi-Fi
Kawana Shopping World
119 Point Cartwright Dr
Buddina1pm1.10pm
Monday 7 June 2021Food Court - Kawana Shopping World
119 Point Cartwright Dr
Buddina1.30pm2pm
Tuesday 8 June 2021Female toilets near
IGA Baringa White’s Supa IGA
1 Edwards Terrace
Baringa4.05pm4.15pm

*Note: Bold cells in the above table indicate a recently added location.


Casual contact (medium risk) locations - quarantine until you get a negative result

If you have visited any of the locations listed in the table below during the date and time indicated you are considered a casual contact. You must immediately travel by private transport directly to your home, quarantine and get tested at your earliest opportunity. You must also complete the online contact tracing form.

DatePlaceSuburbArrival timeDeparture time
Saturday 5 June 2021
Caltex Super Petrol Station Toowoomba
A39 Highway
Toowoomba11am11.15am
Monday 7 June 2021
Stockland Caloundra Shopping Centre
47 Bowman Rd
Caloundra10.45am11.30am
Monday 7 June 2021
Kmart - Women’s section
Stockland Caloundra Shopping Centre Sunland S/C,
Cnr Bowman Rd & First Ave
Caloundra11am11.15am
Monday 7 June 2021Bunnings Caloundra
54 Caloundra Rd
Caloundra12.10pm12.45pm
Monday 7 June 2021JB Hi-Fi - Kawana Shopping World
119 Point Cartwright Dr
Buddina1.10pm1.30pm
Tuesday 8 June 2021IGA Baringa White’s Supa IGA
1 Edwards Terrace
Baringa3.50pm4.10pm

*Note: Bold cells in the above table indicate a recently added location.

For more information and other lower risk locations, check the QLD Government website:

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1 July / Notice

Starting 1 July 2024, Victoria is introducing a new operator licence for non-slewing telehandlers (capacity of more than 3 tonnes).

Previously, only a CN licence was required for mobile cranes.

There is now special training for safely operating non-slewing telehandlers with different tools attached.

If you already hold a crane licence (CN / C2 / C6 / C1 / C0), you don’t need to do anything unless you want to learn more about telehandler operation.

Effective 1 July 2024

If you don't currently hold one of these licences, and need to operate a non-slewing telehandler over 3 tonnes, from 1 July you must:

  • Complete and pass the non-slewing telehandlers training by an authorised registered training provider (Course 11249NAT)
  • Apply for the new licence
  • Provide a copy of the licence to Hutchies

The new licence is only for operating non-slewing telehandlers, not a non-slewing mobile crane or slewing telehandler.

To operate non-slewing telehandlers under 3 tonnes, there are no changes. Operators must still be trained in either THA Gold Card or RIIHAN309F.

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28 June / New

Hutchies has a new facilities management system to under pilot for our Toowong office.

The myBuildings tool aims to streamline work requests, quotes, communication, and invoicing for our on site contractors. 

Our plan is to extend the implementation of this system to our office at 31 Staple Street, Seventeen Mile Rocks.

Reporting building maintenance

If you're in Toowong, and have an item to report, please send all maintenance requests to:

brisbane.reception@hutchinsonbuilders.com.au

Contractors on site

All contractors performing works internally and externally at Hutchies' Toowong office (which includes ADG Engineers' buildings) must complete our induction process and sign in using the QR code located at reception.

More information

If you have any questions about the new system, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Sarah Di Lorenzo in Hutchies' Property Team. 

Thank you in advance as we transition to this more efficient way of managing building maintenance.

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19 June / Training

This qualification applies to individuals working in, or wishing to transition into, a work health and safety (WHS) role who provide a broad range of technical knowledge and skills and have some limited responsibility for the output of others.

The qualification applies to those working as supervisors, WHS personnel, and workers in other WHS-related roles who manage risks effectively, apply relevant WHS laws, and contribute to WHS within the workplace in known or changing contexts with established parameters.

The specific nature of this course will include contextualisation of Hutchies’ Policies, Processes, Procedures, and Systems relating to on-site hazard identification, risk assessment and hierarchy of control measures within the scope of its operations.

Units of competency for the Cert IV WHS that we will cover are:

  • BSBHWS412 Assist with workplace compliance with WHS Laws
  • BSBWHS413 Contribute to Implement & Maintenance of WHS Consultation & Participation Processes
  • BSBWHS414 Contribute to Risk Management
  • BSBWHS415 Contribute to implementing WHS Management Systems
  • BSBWHS416 Contribute to Workplace Incident Response
  • BSBWHS417 Assist with Managing WHS Implication of Return to Work
  • BSBWHS418 Assist with Managing WHS Compliance of Contractors
  • BSBWHS431 Develop Processes and Procedures for controlling Hazardous Chemicals in the workplace
  • BSBCMM411 Make a Presentation
  • BSBWRT411 Write Complex Documents

Funding is available for eligible Queensland participants via CSQ.

For course inquiries call / email Warren Belford on 0427 337 379.

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