Plentylife is committed to the safety of all children and vulnerable people who participate in our community life. We are committed to the safety, participation, and empowerment of all children. We have zero tolerance for any form of child abuse.
Plentylife is committed to preventing child abuse through early identification, reduction, and removal of risks. We are also committed to regularly training and educating staff and volunteers on our child safe practices. We also conduct regular checks on volunteers and staff to ensure their suitability to work with children and vulnerable people.
We support and respect all people, including our children, our staff, and volunteers. We are committed to the cultural safety of Aboriginal people, the cultural safety of people from a culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for people with a disability.
Plentylife is an Anglican church in the diocese of Melbourne and are committed to abiding by the policies implemented by the Anglican Diocese to support child safety. You can access the following documents and further information about child safety through the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne Child Safety Website.
- The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne Safe Ministry Policy
- The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne Code of Conduct for Child Safety
- The Anglican Diocese Statement of Commitment (to be signed by all clergy, staff and volunteers in child related roles)
- The Anglican Diocese of Melbourne Guidelines for Child Safety
Beyond these documents, PlentyLife is committed not only to fulfilling requirements, but creating an environment where children are supported and empowered to participate in line with the Victorian Child Safe Standards and the National Child Safe Standards.
Do you have a concern or question about our child safe practices?
You can contact our child safe officer on (phone) or (firstname.lastname@example.org). Our child safe officer is trained to respond to your concerns, help you take the necessary steps to report your concerns, and to put appropriate support in place for your care throughout the process.