NEW CHILD SAFE STANDARDS FOR VICTORIA - JULY 2022

Vince Scopelliti - Monday, July 05, 2021


NEW CHILD SAFE STANDARDS FOR VICTORIA – JULY 2022 

The Commission for Children and Young People have announced that new Child Safe Standards will be coming into force in #Victoria in July 2022. WISE Workplace welcomes these reforms which will strengthen and enhance the obligations of 50,000+ organisations to keep children safe by ensuring:

- availability of an accessible complaints management system 
- enhancing reporting obligations 
- requiring tailored workforce training and development, which consider the risks and complexity of each role 
- a values-based approach to #recruitment of staff and volunteers 
- #culturalsafety, #diversity and #equity are upheld 
- proactivity in relation to digital and physical safety through the introduction of a positive duty. 

Now is the time for organisations to review their governance arrangements, policies, procedures, culture and capability in readiness for these important changes. WISE Workplace can help. 

In addition to providing complaints and investigation services relating to child safety matters, WISE Workplace has established a strategic partnership with safeguarding consultancy FamSAFE. Together we provide our clients with end to end workplace solutions to enhance the experience of health, safety and wellbeing of children and young people. 

For more information about this service offering, or for support in getting ready for the introduction of these new standards, reach out today on 1300 580 685 – admin@wiseworkplace.com.au. 

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Melbourne Investigating Workplace Misconduct

Vince Scopelliti - Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Melbourne - limited vacancies available for our June public training course. 

INVESTIGATING WORKPLACE MISCONDUCT 
Melbourne 2nd June 2021

One of the most critical skills required by HR professionals in Australia today is the ability to undertake effective, quality and procedurally appropriate investigations into workplace misconduct. 

WISE Workplace’s foundation training program Investigating Workplace Misconduct (IWM) provides participants with the essential knowledge and practice skills to lead or participate in the investigatory process.

This one-day workshop focuses on the investigatory processes required to effectively asses complaints, interview relevant stakeholders, gather evidence and make critical decisions that effect employees. Industry case studies which highlight current case law, industrial legislation, and the latest research on investigation methods, including interviewing techniques and the accessibility of digital information are just some of the features of this course.

For information about this invaluable course click the link below or contact our team on 1300 580 685 or admin@wiseworkplace.com.au

#WISEWorkplace #ProfessionalDevelopment #Training #HumanResources #Investigation #Misconduct #Allegation #Complaint #HumanResources #WorkplaceInvestigation #Melbourne #Victoria