commitment to gender diversity which is demonstrated by an almost equal

Commitment to gender diversity which is demonstrated

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commitment to gender diversity which is demonstrated by an almost equal representation of femaleand male employees across the Academies Australasia Group. High female participation is reflectedat all levels of the organisation including among senior group executives and the Board. AcademiesAustralasia does not favour or discriminate against females. Academies Australasia’s objective is tohave an equal balance of male and female employees (excluding academic staff), and at least about30% of Board and senior group executives being female. Each year the numbers are assessedagainst these targets.Information Privacy Policy (sourced)The type of information collected and held by the College includes: personally identifiable information,including sensitive information, about students (and guardians, where a student is under 18 years ofage) before, during and after the completion of training. Consent for student information is gained atapplication via the application and enrolment form. Students are required to declare that theyunderstood the College’s use of personal information in the student agreement prior to enrolment.Generally, information is provided to the College by the individuals themselves. Individuals providepersonal information over the phone, in person, online, via email and by completing various forms.Website: The College website may contain links to other websites. Please be aware that the Collegeis not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. If individuals go to other websites, theCollege advises caution and to read the related site’s privacy policy.Direct Marketing: The College practices ethical direct marketing. Where the College is permitted touse or disclose personal information for the purpose of direct marketing, it must always: allow anindividual to request not to receive direct marketing communications (also known as ‘opting out’), andcomply with that request. The College will, on request, provide its source for an individual’s personalinformation, unless it is impracticable or unreasonable to do soWork Health and Safety Policy (sourced)The purpose of the New South Wales Work Health and Safety (WHS) Act is to ensure the health,safety and welfare of all persons at work. The Act protects all persons including visitors, customersand contractors. WHS is the shared responsibility of all management and staff within an organisation.To be effective, WHS requires the active participation of both staff and management. At AcademiesAustralasia, students and staff should avoid whenever possible, or otherwise carry out carefully andcorrectly, any lifting.- They should not leave items/cords or obstructions in walkways or passageways. - They should wear footwear appropriate for the activities that they expect to undertake. Work Health & Safety and Risk Management, Assessment No.1 v2.0 Last updated on 11/06/2019 Page 16
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T-1.8.1_v3 Incident/Accident Reporting: The College recognises the duty of care owed to its students and that planning for the management of a critical incident is essential. A critical incident is defined as ‘a
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