Working With Children Guide for Risk Assessment
Understand your exposure, download Oho’s FREE Guide To Compliance
The Free Working With Children Guide will help you understand the legal responsibility all Australian organisations have to ensure the safety of people in their care. Many organisations are not aware of the scope of obligations enshrined in Australian law and regulated by state and federal government agencies.
To help you understand and improve your organisation’s compliance, we’ve compiled a Free Guide To Compliance For Working With Children Checks.
The guide will help you with the Working With Children Risk Assessment for your organisation in the following areas:
- Roles who need Working with Children Checks
- Frequency of Working With Children Checks
- Policies or Procedures for Working With Children Checks
- System for Recording Working With Children Compliance
- Type of Medium for Recording Working With Children Compliance
- Working With Children Record Keeping
The status of your Working With Children Checks are constantly changing, and regulatory obligations change too. Not to mention, the system is complex, with a different set of rules for every state, industry and organisation. If the nature of your work changes, so do your obligations.
By keeping a constant watch on employee or volunteer accreditation status, Oho is playing a key role in strengthening the protection of children and vulnerable people in Australian communities. Our platform was founded on the knowledge that there are stringent requirements on companies and workers who are responsible for the welfare of vulnerable people.
To help you assess your organisation’s compliance, we’ve compiled the Free Working With Children Guide. You may also want to do the Free Working With Children Quiz.
Know your risk and limit your organisation’s exposure.
Working With Children Checks are an important way our legal system keeps vulnerable Australians safe, but most organisations are not aware of the scope of their obligations due to varying legal requirements across states, territories, and industries.
Oho’s Free Working With Children Guide helps managers and business owners make sense of those obligations, so you can be confident you are protected.