With stage four restrictions now in place. We are suspending our escort services till advised it is safe to resume. Please follow the rules and be safe! We'll be back soon.
The following provides guidance in regard to management of COVID-19 risk.
This guide is supplementary to existing obligations of brothels and escort-agencies under occupational health and safety law as well as relevant licensing and/or permit schemes.
Screening of Clients
- Clients must be screened for COVID-19 risk factors over the phone before booking an appointment.
- If a client has recently been overseas or on a cruise, has a cough or flu-like symptoms or has been in contact with a person who has, or is suspected to have COVID-19, service should be refused.
- A non-contact thermometer should be used to determine if the client has a fever. If a client has a temperature above 38°C service should be refused.
- Clients must be informed of COVID-19, their obligations and the right of workers to refuse to provide services.
Hygiene and Personal Protective Equipment
- Clients and workers must be supplied with hand sanitiser, cleaning facilities and COVID-19 specific personal protective equipment including masks, gloves, Dams and Condoms etc.
- All personal protective equipment must be disposed of after use.
- Clients must wash their hands or use alcohol‐based hand sanitiser upon arrival.
- Only Single-use lubricant sachets should be used.
- Service Providers and Clients must thoroughly wash hands before and after sessions.
- If Toys are required and used where possible use single use only. If not, then ensure any and all sex toys/ work equipment are cleaned thoroughly with detergent and disinfectant between use.
- Contact between worker and client should be kept to a minimum at all times.
- No group sessions.
- Oral sex and kissing should be avoided.
- Workers should avoid touching the face of clients without gloves as much as possible.
- Service Providers should be informed of their obligations to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
- Service Providers should be educated about COVID-19 specific hygiene including hand washing, personal protective equipment and limited contact.
- Service Providers should be told to stay at home if they are sick, have recently been overseas or on a cruise or suspect they have been in contact with aperson who has, or is suspected to have, COVID-19.
- Service Providers should be made aware of the COVIDSafe app and it’s benefits to support contact tracing if required.
Review and Monitor
- Operations will regularly review systems of work to ensure they are consistent with current directions and advice provided by