ACT Committees Vacancies and Projects

Calvary Communicating for Safety Committee

The primary objective of the Calvary Communicating for Safety Committee is to establish and maintain systems and processes to support effective communication with patients, carers and families; between multidisciplinary teams and clinicians; and across health service organisations.

The objective of the Communicating for Safety Committee is to improve communication, and to achieve accreditation under the National Safety and Quality Health Service Communicating for Safety Standard. Ideally, a consumer representative would have a strong interest and understanding of the Communicating for Safety Standard, or a demonstrated interest in improving effective communications in a hospital setting.

This committee meets monthly and may require some out of session work.

Applications for this committee are due by 8 April 2019, and can be completed online here.

TOR – Communicating for Safety

 

ACT Gene Technology Advisory Council

The ACT Gene Technology Advisory Council is a statutory body which consists of eight members. The Council investigates issues relating to Genetically Modified (GM) food plants and provides advice to the Minister for Health and Wellbeing and ACT Government. In addition, the Council provides advice in relation to research trials, issue of licenses and current developments in relation to gene technology, which may include gene technology related to human genetics and genomics.

All member appointments to the council are for a three year period. Face to face meetings are infrequent, and only scheduled if a complex item for discussion arises, or more detailed discussion is warranted. One face-to-face meeting was held in 2018.

Applications for this committee are due by 19 March 2019, and can be completed online here.

ACT GTAC Terms of Reference

 

Occupational Violence Strategy Working Group

The Occupational Violence Strategy Working Group sits within Canberra Health Services and oversees the development and delivery of the CHS Occupational Violence Strategy, to reduce harm to CHS staff from occupational violence. The Working Group:

  • Identification of systemic risk control opportunities as above to reduce harm to staff caused by occupational violence.
  • Monitor occupational violence statistics, trends and patterns
  • Provide guidance on delivering a consistent organisational approach to managing occupational violence risks based on best practice
  • Provide oversight in relation to managing risks
  • Develop and Monitor the delivery of the CHS Occupational Violence Strategy, communication plan and implementation across CHS
  • Ensure the alignment of work across Canberra Health Services as well as whole of government and cross-directorate matters.

Meetings are held every two months, and may include some out-of-session work and the opportunity to participate in sub-working groups.

Applications close 2 April 2019.

TOR Occupational Violence

 

 

 

HCCA Internal Committees

None at present

 

National Vacancies

None at present

 

Conference Sponsorship Positions

None at this time

Last updated: 13/3/2019