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BSBCOM603 Plan and establish compliance management systems Assessment 1 Research plan Charity-Care is based in Brisbane and is a public company that is limited by guarantee underthe Corporations Act 2001. It is registered as a charity under the Collections Act 1966. Theorganization has grown quickly to its current size from its single center opening just twoyears ago. This report is conducting research into and proposing an appropriate compliancemanagement system for the company. The tasks that need to be undertaken: ●Research internal and external compliance requirements ●Information security and risk management ●Analyze qualitative and quantitative information to evaluate compliancemanagement options ●Prepareareportforseniormanagementidentifyinganappropriatecompliance system for the organization. Research methods: ●Assess the Board, Management and Staff of understanding the relevance andapplicationofobligationsandresponsibilities,intermsofawareness,communication and training program, ●Assess risk assessments and risk treatment plans, ●Identifying and mitigating areas of risk exposure that could arise fromnon-compliance, such as the gap analysis, ●Assess organizational compliance framework performance, ●Reviewreports related of compliance systems, legislative changes andcompliance breaches, ●Review results of training programs have developed. A plan and budget for conducting the research:
Plan Description Timeframe Budget Information collection ·Internal compliance information collection, ·External compliance requirements collection. Immediate execution Information security and risk management Doing it while staying in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. 2 weeks Following expenses policy Information analysis · Analyze qualitative and quantitative information, ·Evaluate the compliance management measurements. 3 weeks Reporting Identify a feasible compliance system for the company. 3 weeks Following expenses policy Introduction of Charity-Care Charity-Care employs about 50 employees who are assisted in various charity tasks bycommunity volunteers. Charity-Care operates two major front line community services: Community-Care- two 100sqm first floor drop-in office centres operating in Spring Hill onBrisbane’s Northside and Wooloongabba on Brisbane’s Southside and provides counselling
services, short term ‘rent loans’ and $20 supermarket gift food vouchers for people in need.Each centre has a manager, receptionist, office clerk and four counselling staff, and is fittedout with a reception/waiting room, two counselling offices and a staff general office areathatincludesakitchenette.Privateinformation is collected on people seeking thecounselling services and recorded in a central database that can be accessed from all centrecomputers. Volunteer staff operates the call centre and visits seeking donations from localbusinesses and households.