Jobs at Home day website
WorkSafe Victoria will review all names and job titles prior to printing and will reject any that it deems unsuitable, for example, it will reject wording that:
- is libellous, defamatory or disparaging
- violates another’s copyright or intellectual property
- condones or promotes illegal activity
- is misleading, fraudulent or deceptive
- uses language that is discriminatory, rude or harassing
- is spam or intended to cause technical disruptions to the site or media
- is political, racial, religious in reference graphically or in tone
- promotes the consumption of drugs or alcohol
- is off the topic of jobs at home
- includes misspelled words - slang spellings / abbreviations / text language may be accepted
- contains symbols, emoticons and special characters
- contains words in foreign languages.
Stickers ordered on or after 16 March 2020 cannot be guaranteed to arrive in time for Jobs at Home Day (20 March 2020).
WorkSafe Victoria Facebook page and WorkSafe Victoria Instagram page
Comments, visuals, videos and other types of material posted by individuals on the WorkSafe Victoria Facebook page or the WorkSafe Victoria Instagram page do not necessarily reflect the opinions or ideals of WorkSafe Victoria.
WorkSafe Victoria expects that users will not post any materials that defame, abuse, harass, stalk, threaten or otherwise violate the legal rights (such as rights of privacy and publicity) of others. WorkSafe Victoria also expects users will not publish, post, distribute or disseminate any defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent, misleading or unlawful material or information.
The WorkSafe Victoria Facebook page or Instagram page is not intended as a place to report workplace safety issues or to discuss the details of individual claims, legal proceedings or personal information. Users must not disclose private, confidential or secure information. This includes private contact details or other personal or health information relating to an individual that would enable others to identify the individual or company involved (for example, the identity of an individual worker, injury claim numbers and/or any other information or status of their claim). WorkSafe Victoria expects users to respect and value the privacy of others.