VicHealth is committed to providing a workplace that is free from discrimination, harassment and bullying as is outlined in our Equity and Diversity Policy.
Equal Opportunity Officers
VicHealth has empowered a number of employees to receive Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commission training to become Equal Opportunity Officers.
These officers act as a confidential 'sounding board' for employees, a person employees can speak to informally about equity and diversity, harassment and bullying.
Their role is to provide objective and accurate advice relating to our policy and processes in order for employees to make informed decisions.
VicHealth have developed a Diversity committee, that is made up of employee representatives to address the areas of diversity within the workplace. The committee is made up of employees from across the organisation.
The Disability Action Plan (DAP) is VicHealth's 2nd DAP and it reinforces the organisation's commitment to participation, inclusion and accessibility for people with disability. This plan describes how we will improve access and inclusion of all employees, grant applicants and recipients, partners, contractors and the broader Victorian community.
VicHealth's Reconciliation Action Plan was launched in July 2020. Our vision for reconciliation is that health, respect and equity will be rightfully restored to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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