Details the requirements for both professional and general interest levels of membership to the AIOH (Council approved 2020, review 2025).
This document provides the Terms of Reference (ToR) for all Committees of the AIOH.(Council Approved 22/7/2022, review 13/5/2024)
Procedure for Award Payments and Awardee Expenses Reimbursements associated with AIOH professional Development Awards. Council approved 2021.
Generic conditions relating to travel and representation associated with AIOH business are contained in the Council approved AIOH Travel Policy (Council approved: July 2020).
This policy seeks to support the achievement of the fair, equitable and productive work environment for all by providing a transparent and consistent process for resolving grievances (policy: AIOH17.V2, Council approved: October 2020, review: 2024).
Overview of the Mentoring Program (May 2018).
This policy applies to all Council and Committee members, Members, and AIOH staff who are involved in the mentoring program. All people referred to in the policy are required to comply with these practices (policy: POL_AIOH20_V1, Council approved: 14/6/2019, review: 14/4/2021).
The Logo Use Policy has been implemented to offer guidance on the proper use of the AIOH Logo (policy: 201805011, Council approved: 11/5/2018, review: 11/5/2020).
The AIOH welcomes the opportunity to provide occupational health and hygiene policy input to government organisations and to work cooperatively toward common goals with kindred organisations (policy: AIOH20.V1, Council approved: 12/05/2016, review: 12/05/2021).
The primary objective of this policy is to ensure communications by the AIOH to external bodies are of a consistent nature and to maintain a historical record of such communications (policy: AIOH10.V1, Council approved: 18/02/2016, review: 18/02/2021).
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