Committee Update #7 COVID-19


From Saturday 5th December, SCC is required by the WA Department of Health to maintain a Contract Register for COVID-19 contact tracing.

Failing to comply with the new requirements to maintain a contact register could result in fines and penalties of up to $50,000 for an individual and $250,000 for a body corporate or 12 months’ imprisonment.

To make this as easy as possible for our members, their guests and other visitors there are 3 ways to register attendance at SCC:

  1. Use your fob; or
  2. Scan the QR code displayed on posters at the front door, roller door and foyer, using the SafeWA App on your phone; or
  3. Complete the manual register on the stand up desk in the foyer.

Members are always encouraged to use their fob and if used no further recording is recording. If you don’t have or use a fob, you must either use the SafeWA App to scan the SCC QR code or complete your details in the manual register.

Details of the SafeWA App are available on the Western Australia Government Website.

Children under 16 are not required to complete their details – however this is encouraged.

A new COVID-19 Safety Plan for SCC is displayed on the noticeboard or available through the following link:


Please remember to always follow government directives, practice good hygiene and comply with capacity limits signposted at the Club.

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