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Signs, posters and templates for your workplace

A collection of templates, questionnaires, signage and posters to promote a COVIDSafe workplace.

The Victorian Government QR Code Service

The Victorian Government QR Code Service is free for all Victorian businesses and venues to use as an alternative to pen and paper records to collect visitation data. These records help contact tracers in the event a positive case of COVID-19 is identified.
Learn more on the QR Code Service page.

Record sheet: Visitor and patron contact log

Employers must keep a record of all workers and visitors who attend the workplace for longer than 15 minutes, including first name, contact number, date and time of visit and areas of the workplace visited. This information will support contract tracing, if a case of COVID-19 is linked to your business.

Employers are strongly recommended to use electronic record keeping for this purpose. This includes the Victorian Government’s QR Code Service .

Employers must keep records to show compliance with directions in force including rosters, time and attendance records and payroll data.

If you are unable to keep an electronic record, please use this record sheet.

To accompany this, download and display the poster below:


Staff health questionnaire

Encourage your staff to complete this health questionnaire before each shift.


Posters for entertainment venues

These posters are to be displayed in nightclubs, bars, music venues and other suitable settings.

The posters are easy to understand instructional posters to encourage patrons to stay COVIDSafe. Your staff can to point to the information so they do not have to shout over loud music or noise to communicate COVIDSafe messages with patrons.

There are also two posters to be used back of house to remind your staff about COVIDSafe practices.

  • Poster 1 - Checking in keeps us playing
  • Poster 2 - Keeping up your hygiene keeps us open
  • Poster 3 - Safety requirements are in place
  • Poster 4 (for back of house) - Let’s stay safe and let’s stay open – version 1
  • Poster 5 (for back of house) - Let’s stay safe and let’s stay open – version 2


简体中文 - Simplified Chinese

繁體中文 - Traditional Chinese

Korean - 한국어

Vietnamese - tiếng Việt


Signage and posters for your workplace

You are encouraged to download and print the following signs and posters to put up around your workplace. They cover hygiene and changes to business operations due to COVID-19.

Visit the Sector Guidance page for information about restrictions specific to your industry.

Before your customers enter your business

These signs can be placed on your front door, entrance window or on a sandwich board.

Customise the sign below by writing the maximum number of customers permitted in your venue at any one time. Find out how to calculate this. 

At your entry

These signs can be placed on your front door, entrance window or on a sandwich board:

This poster can be placed near your manual or digital sign in record:

Face mask reminders

Tables, counters and queues

This sign can be placed on cash register counters, cabinets or fridges:

These signs can be printed on card and folded in half to stand up on table surfaces, cash register counters, or display fridges and cabinets:

This sign can be placed on walls, to remind customers to queue 1.5 metres apart according to physical distancing requirements.

This sign can be laminated and stuck onto floors, to remind customers where to stand to adhere to physical distancing requirements.

Dividing screens

This sign can be placed on or beneath clear diving screens:

This sign can be folded in half to stand up on table surfaces, cash register counters, or display fridges and cabinets.

Bathrooms

Showing your appreciation

At your exit

Staff room

Download all the posters in a zip file


Stickers for display at your business

Download files for professional printing

These stickers are available in 2 versions: with bleed and no bleed. If you're having these stickers professionally printed, use the versions with bleed. (These include crop marks, where your printer will trim them to ensure full coverage of the background colour.)


Multilingual business posters


  • Download the social media files via the zip folder above. Here is some suggested messaging to use in your social media.

    File name: COVIDSafe-promise-social-tile-COVIDSafe-Plan.png

    At [insert business], we care about your health and safety, so we’re following a COVIDSafe Plan. It’s our COVIDSafe promise to you. Like, comment and share to let your friends know that together, we can stay safe and stay open.

    File name: COVIDSafe-promise-social-tile-home-if-unwell.png

    At [insert business], we care about your health and safety, so if we feel unwell – we’ll stay home. It’s our COVIDSafe promise to you. Like, comment and share to let your friends know that together, we can stay safe and stay open.

    File name: COVIDSafe-promise-social-tile-keeping-good-records.png

    At [insert business], we care about your health and safety, so we keep good records of who’s visited our business. It’s our COVIDSafe promise to you. Like, comment and share to let your friends know that together, we can stay safe and stay open.

    File name: COVIDSafe-promise-social-tile-washing.png

    At [insert business], we care about your health and safety. It’s why we wash our hands regularly, and clean high-touch surfaces frequently. It’s our COVIDSafe promise to you. Like, comment and share to let your friends know that together, we can stay safe and stay open.

    File name: COVIDSafe-promise-social-tile-face-masks.png

    At [insert business], we care about your health and safety, so we’re wearing a fitted face mask when we can’t keep our distance. It’s our COVIDSafe promise to you. Like, comment and share to let your friends know that together, we can stay safe and stay open.

    File name: COVIDSafe-promise-social-tile-keeping-distance.png

    At [insert business], we care about your health and safety. That’s why we're keeping 1.5 metres away from others, whenever we can.  It’s our COVIDSafe promise to you. Like, comment and share to let your friends know that together, we can stay safe and stay open.


 Social media tiles 

This zip file contains 4 images you can use on your social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc). PC users: download the file, open the zip and then drag (or cut and paste) all the files into your selected folder.

  • Download the files via the links above. Here is some suggested messaging to use in your social media.

    Social-media-tile-keep-a-face-mask-handy-at-all-times.jpg

    We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to < your business name >.

    Please keep a fitted face mask handy at all times. See you soon!

    File name: Social-media-tile-masks-distancing.jpg

    We can’t wait to welcome you back to < your business name >.

    With safety requirements in place, we’re working to keep you, our staff and our suppliers safe. 

    File name: Social-media-tile-Don't-go-out-if-you're-feeling-sick.jpg

    We can’t wait to welcome you back to < your business name >.

    With safety requirements in place, please keep our staff and community safe by getting tested if you feel unwell and staying home until you have your results.

    File name: Social-media-tile-for-hospitality-Face-mask-and-physical-distancing.jpg

    We’re looking forward to welcoming you back to < your business name >.

    With safety requirements  in place, we’re working to keep you, our staff and our suppliers safe.

    Please wear a fitted face mask when required and keep tables and chairs as we have arranged them. 

Reviewed 15 April 2021

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