East Coast Traffic Control is Confident in Market Despite COVID-19


A letter from our COO, Todd Vacher

As global concern about the current COVID-19 outbreak grows, we at East Coast Traffic Control wish to encourage you to all take suitable precautions with your hygiene and healthcare. As a company, we are doing our best to keep all staff healthy and safe in the workplace while also minimising the disruptions to our day to day operations.

Please observe hygiene recommendations as detailed by the World Health Organisation, including the regular washing of hands and self-isolation if you suspect you may be unwell or exposed to the Coronavirus.

We would like to take a moment to express to our employees, customers and shareholders that East Coast Traffic Control is stable and confident in the market during this difficult period in time. The Executive and Management Team of East Coast Traffic Control have worked hard to position ourselves to effectively tackle a financial crisis and down turn such as the one we are currently facing. We are proud to advise we are in the best position we could be to weather the storm, and indeed continue to grow throughout this time.

East Coast Traffic Control will continue to offer support in regional areas, and is currently looking to recruit in all regions. If you, or someone you know is looking for a traffic control job in regional Queensland, and Northern NSW, please don’t hesitate to contact us through the website here.

As a closing note, and reiterated by the current health and financial environments, please keep your safety and the safety of those around you a primary focus.

Kind regards,

East Coast Traffic Control East Coast Traffic Control is Confident in Market Despite COVID-19

Todd Vacher
Chief Operating Officer, East Coast Traffic Control


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