MiClub operating as usual amidst global COVID-19 event

Posted: 7th May 2020 in About us, Latest news

Washing hands to prevent the spread of COVID-19

We hope that all our clients are well during the COVID-19 global health issue. The spread of Coronavirus has caused disruption for many industries, including golf. Tournaments and travel plans are being cancelled, new policies have been put in place, and many people have gone into isolation. MiClub is pleased to announce that we have taken measures to mobilise our operations and will be conducting business as usual! If you require assistance please do not hesitate to contact our responsive MiClub Support on 9444 5300 or email us at support@miclub.com.au.

Peter Maddison, Managing Director at MiClub commented. “The COVID-19 outbreak will require everyone to make adjustments to our way of life. MiClub will continue to provide the best level of support possible. We are fortunate being a cloud-based product in allowing our support team to provide solutions remotely. The MiClub team is set up to provide support either from the home or office. We wish everyone good health as we meet the challenge of COVID-19.”

MiClub encourages clients to increase their knowledge on the issue and take measures to reduce the spread. Communication with guests and members is vital. Anyone returning from travel overseas should not come into the club or course for 14 days upon return. Implement new policies focused on hygiene and sanitation of equipment/facilities. Consider postponing or cancelling large events. If a member, guest, or staff member has tested positive for COVID-19 then they should inform club or course administration immediately. In this case, health advice should be sought from your State/Territory Department of Health.

Helpful Resources

Golf Management Australia – Latest communication from Golf Australia and Golf Management Australia regarding COVID-19

Australian Department of Health – Coronavirus (COVID-19) health alert

World Health Organisation – Coronavirus advisory information

World Health Organisation – Coronavirus Q&A

World Health Organisation – Coronavirus condition overview

Smart Traveller – Coronavirus (COVID-19)