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March Board Update

From the Chair and Executive Director

AMPLA is closely monitoring developments and advice from both Federal and State Governments regarding the COVID-19 virus.  Given the extraordinary circumstances, we wanted to reach out personally to our members, to provide an update on the changes AMPLA is making to keep our members, guests and staff safe and well, and to ensure the continued delivery of our member services.

Bringing people together to connect with industry professionals, share experiences and develop expertise in energy, resources and renewables law is the core of AMPLA’s existence. In response to the exceptional circumstances surrounding COVID-19, AMPLA is transitioning its seminars and events into virtual events. These virtual events will enable our members to continue to hear and engage with our expert speakers, from their office or home workplace.

In relation to major events, we have made the decision to postpone the WA Conference, currently scheduled for 22 May 2020. A decision on the future timing and delivery format of the WA Conference will be made at a later date, given the rapidly changing environment.  We are also preparing to deliver the planned seminars in WA and VIC this month as virtual events.

We will also be testing remote workplace protocols for our staff this week, should we need to implement a longer-term solution, and we ask that if we are unable to answer your phone call, please send our team an email and we’ll get the relevant staff member to get in contact with you.

AMPLA will continue to closely monitor developments and advice from Government regarding the COVID-19 virus and will provide further updates to members over the coming weeks. Please feel free to contact us if you have any concerns or suggestions.


Ryan Hartfield,                         Gordon Bunyan
Chair, AMPLA Board                Executive Director 

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