Humanihut Logistics provides a complete, turnkey site management solution for humanitarian, emergency management, defence, healthcare and medical, or the mining and construction industries.
Whether you already have an established site, or require temporary accommodation or office infrastructure, the highly-skilled and experienced Humanihut Logistics Team has the solution to ensure your daily operations run smoothly.
Our specialist Field Deployment Team will deploy and establish the Humanihut Field Infrastructure System at the required location if there is no accommodation already in place, and then provide a complete site management solution to ensure smooth daily operations.
Or if there is already accommodation which can be utilised at or near the required location, the highly-skilled Humanihut Logistics Team will provide a complete, turnkey site management solution to ensure smooth daily operations.
Dedicated 24/7 Onsite Managers
Full catering specific to client requirements
Laundering of linen
Daily waste removal
Customised onsite activities
Medical/health support if required
COVID-19 quarantine management if necessary
Ensuring resident safety, comfort and wellbeing
Ensuring local community safety if quarantine facilities are in place
Engaged by PIRSA and the South Australian Government in 2021 to oversee the quarantine facility at Paringa Resort in the Riverland for 800+ Pacific Island Workers brought into South Australia to assist with the citrus harvest. Over a four-month period, Humanihut Logistics worked in conjunction with SA Health, SAPOL, and its clinical partner in ASPEN Medical to provide culturally-appropriate solutions whilst the workers were completing their 14 day quarantine period before commencing harvesting work in the Riverland, which ensured their medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing needs were met.
Engaged in January 2022 by SA Health and the South Australian Government to provide both culturally-appropriate accommodation, and site management for COVID-19 quarantine facilities established in Port Augusta and Ceduna for Indigenous community members. Throughout their six-month operational period, both facilities ensured that residents were safe, comfortable, and that their physical, medical, emotional, and cultural needs were met whilst completing their quarantine period.