Workshops and Events
Code of Conduct and Privacy for Volunteers and Organisations who use Volunteers
August 13 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
August 2020 Volunteer Management Forum
Code of Conduct and Privacy for Volunteers and Organisations who use Volunteers – Hall & Wilcox
Employment conditions or conditions of volunteering should apply whether or not you are working in the office or remotely – the legal obligations are the same but the way you operate is different.
Hall & Wilcox is a leading independent Australian law firm. We are a firm of around 750 people delivering outstanding legal services to corporate, public sector and private clients, both Australian-based and those offshore doing business in Australia. As part of Hall & Wilcox partnership with The Centre for Volunteering, this session will discuss how organisations can manage issues such as privacy, social distancing and safety during COVID-19 including:
- COVID-19 access restrictions
- Duty of care
- Work, health & safety and PPE
- Codes of conduct for facilities and working remotely
- Privacy and data security
- Compliance with laws, including anti-discrimination
- Preparing for return to work
Our Presenter: Ms Alison Choy Flannigan, Partner, Leader Health & community at Hall & Wilcox
With over 25 years of corporate, commercial and regulatory experience, Alison has specialised in advising clients in the health, aged care, disability, life sciences and community sectors. Alison leads the Health & Community Practice at National Law firm, Hall & Wilcox.
The Centre for Volunteering have partnered with Hall & Wilcox to offer our members Pro Bono legal services from Hall & Wilcox.
For enquiries about either the networking event or membership with The Centre for Volunteering, please contact the Membership team on firstname.lastname@example.org