Everything you need to help you become a child safe organisation, including policy templates and samples, resources from our training programs, links to relevant organisations and legislation.
Organisational policies should reflect the Child Safe Standards and be championed by leaders. Learn how to set up effective child safe policies and procedures that are relevant and accessible to all stakeholders.
A culture of continuous improvement set up by leaders that value and expect ongoing effort is a key feature of organisations that strive to keep children safe. Get tips on how to monitor and evaluate how your organisation implement the Child Safe Standards in this video.
Child-safe organisations review and adapt both physical and online environments to minimise the risks of abuse. Learn more about how to create a balance between engagement and safety across different environments with the examples in this video.
An organisation that offers continual upskilling and education to support staff knowledge is better equipped to keep children safe. This video looks at how several organisations offer comprehensive training opportunities for their staff.
Child focused complaints processes support and encourage all children to speak up about their worries, whether it is happening to them or someone else. In this video, find out how these organisations create a child safe reporting process to support kids and adults.
hild safe human resource management starts with screening and recruitment and continues through consistent equity training. Child safe staffing is more than just a Working with Children Check.
Equity practices and promotion of equality and diversity at your organisation is important for lowering the risk of abuse for vulnerable children. Watch this video to discover how some organisations respond to children’s diverse needs through child safe processes and practices.
Child-safe organisations respect and consult children’s families and communities to promote the rights of children. Actively engaging families in organisational processes lowers the risk of abuse and better understand children’s needs.