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ACT Sexual Assualt and Sexual Harassment Policy Monday, 13 November, 2023

To outline what behaviours constitute sexual harassment or sexual assault within the Australian College of Theology (ACT) and its Affiliated Colleges and to set out how the ACT will respond to disclosure or reports of incidents of sexual harassment or sexual assault. The policy also provides a framework for providing a safe environment for students and staff in relation to incidents of sexual harassment or sexual assault.

Anti-Bullying & Occupational Violence Policy Monday, 12 February, 2024

This policy is designed to ensure that all employees understand what will be regarded as bullying and occupational violence, how complaints can be made and how claims will be treated by MST.

Flexible Working Arrangements Policy Monday, 29 January, 2024

The purpose of this policy is to outline provisions relating to formal Flexible Working Arrangements as well as guidance for MST staff and supervisors to follow in considering flexible working arrangements requests.

Leave Policy Thursday, 9 November, 2023

To outline staff leave entitlements and arrangements.

Mental Health Strategy and Implementation Plan Thursday, 24 February, 2022

Melbourne School of Theology acknowledges that good mental health is important to students' academic success as well as to their general well-being – as it also is for our faculty and staff. With this in mind, the Melbourne School of Theology has developed a Strategy to provide a sustainable approach to mental health promotion, protection and intervention for all College students and employees.

Occupational Health and Safety Policy Sunday, 1 October, 2023

This policy sets out the guiding principles to ensure the highest level of health, safety and wellbeing for staff, students and visitors.

Sexual Harassment and Intimidation Policy Friday, 7 August, 2020

To set out MST's position on sexual harassment and procedures for dealing with sexual harassment.

Volunteers Policy Wednesday, 17 January, 2024

The aim of the Policy is to outline the standards of behaviour, code of conduct and procedures expected of all volunteers at the College.  

Whistle-blower Policy Friday, 7 August, 2020

Melbourne School of Theology is committed to achieving its business objectives while minimising the impact of significant risks that Melbourne School of Theology can meaningfully and realistically control; protecting and enhancing its reputation; and behaving as a responsible and ethical corporate citizen. As such, the College recognises the value of transparency and accountability in its administrative and management practices and supports the making of disclosures that reveal corrupt conduct, conduct involving a substantial mismanagement of resources, or that which involves substantial risk to public health and safety or the environment. It is policy at Melbourne School of Theology that the Board of Directors, all staff, volunteers, contractors, consultants, and members of the College community shall be free to report concerns without fear of retaliation. They may wish to report activity occurring in College operations that they believe in good faith to be illegal, dishonest, unethical, fraudulent, or not in compliance with College policy.

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