Recommendation 19: Supporting transparency and developing learning tools
Ambulance Victoria should:
- regularly create and publish de-identified case studies of the outcomes of reports and complaints, to create better understanding among the workforce of the steps it takes to address unlawful and harmful workplace conduct and as learning tools to educate all employees and first responders on acceptable standards of behaviour
- regularly publish information about the performance and complaint system against the benchmarks recommended (see Recommendation 20) to the workforce and public.
What we are doing
- Regularly create and publish de-identified case studies of the outcomes of reports and complaints
- Regularly publish de-identified performance data on the report and complaints model against agreed benchmarks (R20)
Where we are up to
- AV has begun identifying and preparing de-identified case studies, to promote transparency around complaint outcomes and continued learning in relation to acceptable and unacceptable workplace behaviour.
- AV has begun developing a procedure that details how we will identify and share case studies, while also safeguarding the privacy and confidentiality of people affected by individual reports or complaints.
To be confirmed