Now the 1 January deadline for having a whistleblowers policy in place has passed it’s time to make sure your policy is going to actually do what is supposed to if it is ever needed.
Solomon Miller from Russell Kennedy Lawyers will present on some key points at the webinar:
- An update on the whistleblower reforms and what you need to know now.
- How do the whistleblower laws interact with other reporting processes, such as mandatory notifications?
- Procedural issues that have arisen so far and how to avoid these.
- Unpacking common questions and concerns.
This webinar is a must attend as the Australian whistleblower laws, that came into place last year, include a requirement that all “public” (including not-for-profits registered as public companies limited by guarantee) and “large proprietary” companies have a compliant whistleblower policy in place from the start of 2020. Many organisations in the aged care and retirement living industries fall within this requirement, so this information is incredibly important.
Presenter – Solomon Miller, Principal at Russell Kennedy Lawyers
Solomon acts for a range of aged care and retirement living providers documenting commercial arrangements, including acquisitions, restructures and joint ventures. He has over 18 years’ experience which extends to regulation and compliance; service delivery models; capital grants and funding agreements; and decision making processes (including consent and privacy obligations).
Date: Wednesday 26 February
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm NSW, VIC, TAS
1:00-2:30 pm QLD
1:30-3:00 pm SA
11:00 am-12:30 pm WA
Cost: Free for Members
Non-members: $50 inc GST
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