Staff Consultation: Legislative Compliance Policy

Published 10:48 - 12/03/2020 Updated 10:48 - 12/03/2020

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

Consultation has concluded

We would like to invite your comments on the draft Legislative Compliance Policy before it progresses towards adoption.

The draft policy is available in the Document Library on the right hand side of this page. Please use the Submission Form below to provide your response, or email your questions or comments directly to mtrezise@bmcc.nsw.gov.au.

Target audience: Executive, managers, team/program leaders and key staff who have compliance responsibilities. This consultation is open to all staff. The current submission process is for staff only, with Councillors to be consulted later in the process.

Deadline for comments: Tuesday 10 March, 2020.

Contact: Melanie Trezise, Governance and Civic Services x5909

Background:

The Legislative Compliance Policy is a new policy. It is primarily for reference by staff and Councillors and specifically relates to internal-facing compliance requirements, rather than Council’s external facing enforcement role. Council has a particular responsibility to identify and comply with its obligations in law, regulations, industrial and organisational standards, Ministerial directives, Council policies, principles of good governance, accepted ethical standards, risk management, community expectations and Council’s stated values.

It is anticipated that this policy will be adopted by Council and publicly released.

Thank you in advance for your participation in this feedback process.

We would like to invite your comments on the draft Legislative Compliance Policy before it progresses towards adoption.

The draft policy is available in the Document Library on the right hand side of this page. Please use the Submission Form below to provide your response, or email your questions or comments directly to mtrezise@bmcc.nsw.gov.au.

Target audience: Executive, managers, team/program leaders and key staff who have compliance responsibilities. This consultation is open to all staff. The current submission process is for staff only, with Councillors to be consulted later in the process.

Deadline for comments: Tuesday 10 March, 2020.

Contact: Melanie Trezise, Governance and Civic Services x5909

Background:

The Legislative Compliance Policy is a new policy. It is primarily for reference by staff and Councillors and specifically relates to internal-facing compliance requirements, rather than Council’s external facing enforcement role. Council has a particular responsibility to identify and comply with its obligations in law, regulations, industrial and organisational standards, Ministerial directives, Council policies, principles of good governance, accepted ethical standards, risk management, community expectations and Council’s stated values.

It is anticipated that this policy will be adopted by Council and publicly released.

Thank you in advance for your participation in this feedback process.