COVID-19 Update

Like any other business, here at Tomago Aluminium, the health and safety of our people and our community during this COVID-19 crisis is our primary concern.

We continue to monitor and follow the latest advice from the Federal Government and NSW Health and have taken measures to be able to continue operating. These measures include health and personal hygiene measures, social distancing, working flexibly, supporting employees who are unable to work and securing supply of key materials and resources.

As a result of these actions we foresee no impact to our operations at this time, and our smelter continues to operate at full capacity.

Whilst this is a rapidly changing situation, our planning have enabled us to minimise the impact of COVID-19 on our operations.

If you require any further information about the COVID-19 situation, we encourage you to visit the NSW Government health resources.

Tomago Aluminium wishes for you and your families, colleagues and friends to remain safe during this challenging time.

Last updated 27.03.2020

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