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1.1 Policy number: CO-O-070.1
1.2 Category: Organisational
1.3 Approval date: February 2019
1.4 Revision due: February 2020
1.5 Unit responsible: Office of the President and CEO
This document is the Environmental and Social Statement (ESS) for the RACGP describing the RACGP’s philosophy on key environmental and social matters.
This Environmental and Social Statement outlines material Environmental and Social factors that the RACGP consider relevant in the operation of the RACGP. The RACGP recognises that members of the College have similar responsibilities that may be enacted through policies and procedures deployed in their Practice settings. For the purpose of the RACGP ESS, material factors are defined as environmental, health, safety, and social issues.
The RACGP will progressively review and introduce appropriate programs and initiatives to ensure consistency and support the ESS. Members and staff of the RACGP are encouraged to take into consideration the following factors impacting on Environmental and Social matters:
The FARM Committee will review this Policy at least once in every three years and recommend any changes to Board for endorsement.
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