Responding to Child Safety Disclosures, Complaints, and Allegations in Australia

Victoria has prescriptive child safety legislation under the Child Wellbeing and Safety Act 2005 (Vic) which underpins the Child Safe Standards and the Reportable Conduct Scheme. 

Organisations must adhere to their legal obligations to comply with the Child Safe Standards and the Reportable Conduct Scheme if they are required to do so.  A snapshot of the Victorian child safety legislative landscape is below:

Are you equipped to handle child safety concerns effectively? Ensure your organisation is prepared to respond with confidence and comply with its legal obligations.

Join our experts for an insightful webinar covering crucial topics including:

  • Safe Space Legal’s Safeguarding Cycle©️: Prevent, Comply, Respond®️
  • Background and Legislative Landscape Across Australia
  • How to Respond When a Child Makes a Disclosure or Raises a Concern
  • Complying with National Principles for Child Safe Organizations and Child Safe Standards in Your State
  • Reporting Obligations Across Australia
  • Reportable Conduct Scheme
  • Investigating a Child Safety Allegation
  • What Next?

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