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Health and Safety of yourself and others
Visitors, including clients, members, contractors, visitors, guests or other members of the public to premises operated by Sexual Health and Family Planning ACT (SHFPACT) have responsbilities under Work Health & Safety legislation to:
- take reasonable care for their own health and safety; and
- take reasonable care that their acts or omissions do not adversely affect the health and safety of other persons; and
- comply, so far as the person is reasonably able, with any reasonable instruction that is given by SHFPACT staff to allow SHFPACT to comply with work health and safety legislation.
Visitors and contractors are asked to identify themselves and sign in at the Reception desk.
Clinic clients who are attending for an appointment are asked to identify themselves to Reception team on arrival.
Participants who have made an appointment or enrolled in a course or program do not need to sign in at Reception, but you may be asked to sign an attendance register or record to prove that you attended the course or program.
If you are spending more than an hour or two on site for a training course or program, your course facilitator will provide a basic overview of emergency evacuation procedures.
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