Information provided by Strata Community Association Victoria (SCAV)
Some Companies have already made the decision to defer Annual General Meetings (AGM) or move to online technology to conduct meetings, although may be doing so with some risk. As the number of cases of coronavirus increases across the country, and as Government advises more details on social distancing, each Owners Corporations will need to consider whether there are risk factors which would lend themselves to a cancellation or a postponement of an AGM, such as;
When it is all said and done, some meetings may be considered a low risk and you may decide to proceed as planned. If so then your risk management should start with a COVID-19 Notice to be included in the meeting pack and for display at the meeting venue.
If you have:
Before the Meeting: All attendees are requested to thoroughly wash their hands.
We reserve the right to postpone the meeting at any time, if we see any potential health concerns for owners attending the meeting. Dependent upon all the circumstances, if the meeting has been adjourned, we may investigate the possibility of holding the meeting by “skype” or similar platform – thereby allowing all owners to attend online. If arranged, we will provide notice of such to all owners.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.