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Risk Management Workshop for Mount Hawthorn Out of School Care

Mount Hawthorn Out of School Care (OSCA) was looking for a volunteer to help improve their services. Safety is always important, especially when working with large groups of children on a daily basis. Through the assistance of Karine Evesque, OSCA had a Risk Management Workshop and Karine developed a Risk Register for them to use in delivering their services moving forward.

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OH&S Review and Consultancy for CLAN Midland

Community Link and Network (CLAN) has been providing support services since 1993 to families in need from Forrestfield to Bullsbrook. They are able to do this through home visiting services as well as programs to strengthen families and communities in the areas of Education, Income and Health. As they prepare to grow their services in the Swan region, they needed a volunteer to assist them with their OH&S strategy.

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Skills-based meeting

Website T&Cs Policy Statement for Earth Science WA

Earth Science WA (ESWA) supports the teaching of earth science in schools by developing teaching and learning resources, providing professional development for teachers, presenting at schools and assisting with field experiences for students. A major function of the organisation is sharing resources via their website and email newsletters. The organisation was in need of a clear legal statement for their website to ultimately increase their professional look.

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OH&S Risk Identification and Management for Befriend

Befriend is a not for profit organisation that runs multiple programs designed to target adults experiencing or at risk of social isolation and provide them with opportunities to connect with others. Befriend was seeking a volunteer to help them develop a comprehensive OH&S risk register that could be used to conduct an audit of the organisation’s current risk management strategies and ensure that their programs are being administered in the safest way possible.

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