ArbTrack embrace their responsibilities regarding the provision of a safe and healthy workplace and have developed a Child Protection Policy to ensure all persons under the age of 18 years are not exposed to treatment of a verbal, visual or physical nature that is deemed to be inappropriate or improper.
ArbTrack also have the same expectation for all their employees and contractors when working directly or indirectly for Arbtrack.
Arbtrack also have the expectation that all their employees and contractors will maintain the same standard of behaviour when not working directly or indirectly for Arbtrack.
Commitment to a Child Safe Environment
Arbtrack have a commitment to ensure the ‘Victorian Child Safe Standards’ as well as other State , Territory and National Standards (where applicable) relating to the health and safety of persons under the age of 18 years of age are adhered to as a minimum requirement, and have implemented systems to ensure this.
These standards and systems also relate to culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds as well as those with disabilities.
It is the aim of ArbTrack to provide a culture with our workplace and associated workplaces that provides an environment where persons under the age of 18 years will feel safe and will give them their rightful security.
Providing a Child Safe Environment
To achieve a child safe environment ArbTrack will:
- Provide compliance training to all staff members and contractors.
- Ensure all staff members and contractors have a current ‘Working with Children Check’
- Are conversant with the ArbTrack policy on child protection and made aware of revisions or updates.
- Provide a system of reporting in the event of a notification where there is a concern.
The ArbTrack Child Protection Policy is contained with the ArbTrack Code of Practice and is deemed to be the minimum requirement for all staff, employees, contractors and other persons over the age of 18 years of age who may be associated with our work activities