Health sector - Child Safe Reporting: Creating a Reporting Culture - 12pm to 1pm

Learn about your reporting obligations as a child safe organisation to help keep children safe.

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Who it's for

Our session on reporting is for NSW Health staff who work in child-related roles, and are responsible for child safety and developing child safe policies and procedures in community health and hospital settings.

What we'll cover

Standard 6 of the Child Safe Standards requires child safe organisations to create processes that respond to complaints in a child-focused way. A child-focused complaints process supports children and others to raise any issues or concerns around child safety. 

Reporting obligations will be explained to participants so they can better understand what to report, how to report and who they need to report to. They will also learn how to respond to disclosures, create a culture of reporting and develop a Child Safe Reporting Policy.

To complement the session, download our Reporting Obligations and Processes handbook. 

For more information, please contact our Child Safe Team

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