COVID-19 Update

We are open for business still making essential items. As always the health of all our supported employees, staff and families are our highest priority and we continue to maintain the workplace social distancing rules, visitor restrictions and additional cleaning protocols to ensure everyone’s safety and well-being by minimising the risk of infection. BIA has…

Easter & Fruit morning Tea

As a thank you to all BIA supported employees who have been working extra hours and days and all those helping out in production where needed, BIA decided to have a special morning tea where fruit, Hot Cross Buns and Easter eggs were provided to all employees. A big thank you to Pearl Chan of…

Social Distancing Protocol

Due to new restrictions placed on everyday lives and businesses around the world, BIA have implemented new social distancing rules and regulations in line with government Protocol. Building 1 and Building 2 will have separate morning tea and lunch breaks to allow a less crowded canteen area thus having more room to move around! Also…

BIA’S COVID 19 Response

Brunswick Industries is taking major steps in our efforts and control against COVID 19. These include implementing our Crisis Management Procedure, strict limits of entry to our site and workplace social distancing. We are proud to provide a vital service to the community with our production of hand sanitiser and commercial cleaning products. Our staff…

Brunswick’s Local MP visit to BIA

In February we had the pleasure of welcoming our Local MP for Brunswick, Dr Tim Read. Charles Teale, Brunswick Industries’ CEO, took Tim for a tour around our busy and exciting workplace with friendly greetings from our workers and staff.  Tim was very impressed with our production and our hardworking Supported Employees who deliver quality…

Mark Sewell Award 2019

On Behalf of Brunswick Industries Association, we would like to congratulate Rodney Carlton for winning the highly respected Mark Sewell Good Citizen Award, presented by Greg Sewell, Member of the Rotary Club of Brunswick Tullamarine. The award was given to Rodney for his outstanding work ethic, his positive attitude within the workplace and his outstanding…

Break-up party at the Moreland Hotel

On the 19th of December 2019, BIA capped of the year by celebrating our end of year annual breakup party at the Moreland hotel. Supported employees, Staff and Guests; the rotary club of Brunswick Tullamarine and BIA board members, enjoyed a wonderful lunch provided by The Moreland Hotel. Thank you to everyone who joined us…

Visit by Acting CEO of the National Disability Services

The Acting Chief Executive Officer of the National Disability Services, David Moody visited Brunswick Industries Association on the 18th of April. Brunswick Industries’ Chief Executive Officer, Charles Teale took David on a tour of our busy workplace to a warm reception from our people. The National Disability Services is Australia’s peak body for non-government disability service…