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service provision. It protects client privacy and develops trust between clients and service providers. Confidentiality as a principle suggests that you keep information about clients private in order to safeguard their dignity and their right to privacy given to every other individual. Most organisations working in the human service industry have policies and procedures in place regarding privacy and confidentiality of information, based on legislative requirements. Privacy legislation has been developed at both a state and a federal level.Referenceality_actsDuty of care - Duty of care requires that an appropriate standard of care that is reasonably practicable beprovided to make sure the health and safety of those at the workplace and also to those affected by the work that you do. Duty of care refers to the responsibility of each person to do everything within their power to ensure a safe and healthy environment. Duty of care places into a legal form a moral duty to anticipate possible causes of injury and illness and to do everything reasonably practicable to remove or minimise these possible causes of harm. This duty of care is written into the Workplace Health and Safety Act 1995 as obligations.Reference-toc~drugtreat-pubs-front11-wk-secb~drugtreat-pubs-front11-wk-secb-6~drugtreat-pubs-front11-wk-secb-6-1Dignity of risk - Is the belief that each person that is aged, frail aged or with a disability is entitled to experience and learn from life situations even if these, on occasion, may be a threat to their well being. Each person experiencing a risk, of which they have been informed, is to receive support in the situation.RefetrenceHuman rights - At the federal level, the Australian Government has an obligation under international law to respect, protect and withhold human rights. This means the government is obliged to take action to ensure people can enjoy their human rights and refrain from action that would breach people’s human rights in accordance to the United Nations – Universal Declaration of Human Rights.ReferencesDiscrimination - All employers have a responsibility to make sure that their employees, and people who
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