We are seeking feedback on our draft Child Safe Policy and draft Child Safe Principles.

CSIRO is currently drafting a Child Safe Policy and Child Safe Principles that outline the standards expected of the organisation, our staff, and the affiliates and volunteers involved in our programs to ensure the safety of children in our care. The policy and principles outline CSIRO’s compliance with State and Territory legislation and will reflect recent updates to the Commonwealth Government’s Child Safe legislation – including the Draft National Statement for Child Safe Organisations .

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The input of the community, our partners, volunteers and staff into the development of our draft Child Safe Policy and draft Child Safe Principles is important. From 29 May 2018 until 9 July 2018 we are seeking input and feedback on our draft policy and principles.

There are two ways that you can provide your feedback:

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As part of the process of consulting with affected stakeholders including CSIRO staff, volunteers, partners and the broader community, CSIRO would like to collect your feedback on its draft Child Safe Policy and Child Safe Principles. CSIRO will consider your feedback and will incorporate it into future drafts of the Child Safe Policy and Child Safe Principles, as appropriate.

If you provide CSIRO with your name or any other information that can identify you, CSIRO may use this for communicating with you about your feedback. CSIRO will not publish any of your personal information without your prior written consent.

Your personal information and feedback will be stored securely on CSIRO’s network. Only authorised staff within CSIRO will have access to your personal information and this information will not be shared with any third parties. CSIRO is committed to your privacy and will use your personal information only in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), including in accordance with this privacy statement.

Please refer to CSIRO’s privacy policy for further information, including on how to access, complain or request an amendment of your personal information.

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