Emergency Services Bullying Inquiry

We’ve spoken to many emergency service workers who want to put a submission into the current bullying inquiry, but have concerns about how making a submission might impact on their employment, and specifically that they have worries that making a submission may lead to them being bullied.

The committee understands these concerns, and has a number of measures in place including the ability to make confidential or anonymous submissions and the ability to hold private hearings.

The secretariat has produced a fact sheet detailing some of this. They can also be contacted directly is you have further questions:

Main Contact (02) 9230 2895 portfoliocommittee4@parliament.nsw.gov.au

Submissions are due by the 23 July 2017. 

Download as a PDF: Guidelinesforsubmissionauthors-FINAL

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One Response to Emergency Services Bullying Inquiry

  1. Andy Peverill July 12, 2017 at 5:53 pm #

    Yep have placed my submission and someone phoned me from Parliament to suggest some changes that would protect me.