COVID-19 Health Statement

Community is at the heart of RAD Australia and we are committed to ensuring the health and safety of our members, staff and students. During the COVID-19 pandemic we have implemented policies and procedures to prepare, protect and reassure our community.

We continue to monitor government advice and notifications, frequently updating our policies and procedures to adhere to the latest requirements and guidelines set by the Australian Federal and State Governments; and ensure best practice in infection control, risk management and contact tracing.

RAD Australia requires every person attending an RAD Australia venue to participate in an exam, event, course or any other RAD activity to follow instructions relating to these policies, and most importantly, to self-exclude and notify RAD Australia if they or any members of their household:

  • have been diagnosed with COVID-19,
  • have experienced any COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days, including fever, cough, sore/scratchy throat or shortness of breath,
  • are self-isolating as a precautionary measure whilst awaiting COVID-19 test results; or have been directed to quarantine,
  • have returned to Australia from an international destination in the past 14 days,
  • have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19 symptoms or a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 (until such time as you/they have followed and completed the Australian Government regulations regarding testing and self-isolation).

Whilst all due care is being taken to ensure safety, participants acknowledge that, at this time, they are participating at their own risk.

Download a copy of this COVID-19 Health Statement here.

To comply with government requirements RAD Australia has also created its own COVID-19 Safety Policy for our business. More detailed policies relating to exams, courses and student events will also be available shortly.

 

HR Policies

As a prospective employee, you may be interested in the policies that apply to RAD staff members

The policy documents below are published in the Australian Policies for staff members and are available at all employee inductions:

  • Anti-smoking Policy
  • Appearance and Dress Code Policy
  • Computer Usage Policy
  • Criminal Offences and Working with Children Check
  • Disciplinary Policy
  • Discrimination Policy
  • Email and Internet Policy
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
  • Grievance Policy
  • Home-based Employees Working from Home Responsibilities Policy
  • Harassment Policy
  • Occupational Health and Safety Policy
  • Privacy Policy

The policy documents below are applicable to the international group and are all in pdf format: