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KEEPING PEOPLE SAFE

Integrity Checks provide a layer of protection, helping ensure the safety of all our people. In certain instances they are a legislative and/or policy requirement. Find out about Integrity Checks and Safe Volunteering Guidelines here. 

Integrity Check Fact Sheet - Criminal History Record Check (CHRC)

This fact sheet outlines information about which volunteers require the CHRC, and the steps involved to obtain and maintain the check's currency. 

Integrity Check Fact Sheet - Children & Vulnerable People

This fact sheet outlines requirements for volunteers working with children & vulnerable people. It covers the state-based checks as listed below, and outlines the steps to obtaining and maintaining the check's currency: 

  • NSW - Working with Children's Check
  • ACT - Working with Vulnerable People
  • QLD - Blue Card

Briefing Sheet - Volunteers working with Children, Youth and/or Vulnerable People
(Coming soon)

Briefing Sheet - Guidelines for Youth Volunteering (under 18's)
(Coming soon)

Briefing Sheet - Volunteers and Visas 
(Coming soon)

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This Toolkit will provide you access to volunteer resources such as: Volunteer Agreements, Volunteer Handbook, Code of Conduct, waivers, templates and processes to enable meaningful and effective volunteer engagement. You will be equipped with the resources necessary to responsibly manage the various groups of volunteers. The Volunteer Resources (VR) team exists to support and assist you through the volunteer journey. If you need assistance using the provided resources or have any questions, please get in touch with the VR team.

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