Children’s Worker Safety Checks under the Vulnerable Children’s Act

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Children’s Worker Safety Checks. Any person who may have access to children as part of their work, such as cleaners and cooks at early childhood services, must be safety checked in accordance with the Vulnerable Children’s Act before being allowed […]

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