At LaunchPad, we are committed to providing a space that is safe for our members and the public to use.
Initiatives and protocols
We have introduced initiatives and protocols to address the needs of our community and ensure the space is hygienic and clean.
We ask that you respect the health and well-being of others when visiting or using our spaces.
Wash away the grime and sanitise just inside
Fist-bumps are cool, in a Handshake Free Zone
Let’s do the virtual thing and meet online.
For more information on getting back into the office, click below.
At LaunchPad, we value Generosity, and we designed our spaces to provide the most room per person of any Coworking space in Melbourne.
The Work Safe Australia guidelines specify 4sqm per person, and we allocate 7.6sqm per person – that’s 90% more room.
Desks are no closer than 1.5m, and in most cases, you’re rarely closer than 2m.
We’ve created space just for you to meet with clients and partners, without having them enter our community spaces.
The Chaperone Zones are designated meeting areas where you can meet people and be assured the area is clean and hygienic.
We’ll regularly clean all surfaces and touchpoints to make sure they are kept virus-free.
All our shared spaces, including meeting rooms, Coworking desks and kitchens, are regularly cleaned with commercial-grade cleaning products.
Our team will spot clean high-touch areas throughout the day, and we’ve placed sanitiser prominently in areas where your team can gather.
We’ve also created Sanitation Stations which we’ve stocked with cleaning products so you can spot clean your desk and surrounding surfaces.
Remote Work Oriented
Recognising that your team will choose to work from home more often, we’ve introduced plans designed for Remote Workers.
The plans allow your team to have shared desks just for your organisation, with extra allowances for casual desks and meeting rooms, for those times when the whole team is in the office.
We’ve also created a variety of Virtual Meeting spaces and video conference rooms to help manage teams working remotely.
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