Child Safe Self-Assessment media kit

Last update: 13 January 2023

Resources to help your organisation share the Child Safe Self-Assessment.

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    Sample social media messages

    The Child Safe Self-Assessment is now available and free to use. In 30 minutes, you can identify how your organisation can create a safer environment for children. Take the assessment: #ChildSafeStandards

    The new Child Safe Self-Assessment can help your organisation improve its child safe capability. Based on your responses, this free resource will generate a personalised report on areas of strength and opportunities for improvement in implementing the NSW Child Safe Standards. Learn more: #ChildSafeStandards

    Review and improve child safe practices in your organisation with our new Child Safe Self-Assessment. The tool provides a personalised report on how your organisation implements the Child Safe Standards, with useful resources to help you create safer environments for children. Do the self-assessment: #ChildSafeStandards


    Sample email content

    The Office of the Children’s Guardian has released a Child Safe Self-Assessment for child-related organisations to do, to assess how well they are implementing the 10 Child Safe Standards.

    All organisations are at different stages of child safe capability. Completing the self-assessment will provide you with a report that highlights areas of strength as well as opportunities for improvement unique to your organisation. The report will provide clear, achievable actions for your organisation to improve its child safe practices.

    We encourage all our organisations to complete the assessment. It will only take about 30 minutes to complete and will help you comply with the legal requirements of the Child Safe Scheme (if applicable).

    You can access the self-assessment on the Office of the Children’s Guardian website now. It’s available in 5 languages - Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, Arabic, Hindi and English - and is a free tool for all child-related organisations.

    You can also share that you’ve completed the self-assessment on social media using resources from the Office of the Children's Guardian.

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