The Vaccination Conversation: Part 3 - Medical records, vaccinations, and screening – understand your obligations

11:00am Tuesday, 26 October 2021
12:00pm Tuesday, 26 October 2021
Workplace Health Safety and Risk Webinars
Online
At your desk
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Australia

The implications of COVID-19 have changed the recruitment process for good.

As employers strengthen workplace safety, the storing of medical records and proof of vaccination status will become business-critical.

The increase in remote recruitment and work has also forced recruiters to rethink candidate screening, background checks, and risk. 

Join us for a frank discussion with a panel of experts that delves into the technology that is evolving in this fascinating space, the considerations your business needs to stay compliant, along with the legal implications across privacy and cyber security.

Have your questions answered by our experts and hear their views on:

  • Storing vaccination records
  • Probity and medical information
  • Employment screening - What risks need to be considered when placing candidates?
  • Facial recognition, identity checks, and police checks
  • The application of AI for identity verification - How do recruiters reconcile the candidate with their identity documentation?
  • What tools are available to digitally ID a candidate?
  • What are the emerging trends in background screening and are these trends related to the current health crisis, or were they emerging in line with risk evolution anyway?

The Panel

Dudley Kneller, Gadens

 

Dudley is a highly experienced lawyer with international and domestic experience, Dudley advises on commercial, regulatory, and technology matters with specialisations in financial technology, cyber risk, privacy, and strategic sourcing and supply projects.

Dudley has advised a variety of clients on major technology arrangements, and he has over 20 years experience practising across Australia, Europe, and the UK, and has worked on projects based in a range of countries, including the Philippines, India, and across South America.

In addition to commercial, regulatory, and specialised technology matters, Dudley advises a range of technology suppliers on the provision of managed services, hosting, maintenance and support and product and service supply solutions to medium and large Australian-based corporates and government clients.

Dudley publishes and presents extensively.

Since 2020, each year Dudley has been nominated and selected as a Best Lawyer in the area of Information Technology Law by Best Lawyers Australia. Dudley has also been recognised as a recommended lawyer in the Doyle’s Guide listing of Leading Technology, Media and Telecommunications Lawyers in Victoria since 2015.

 

Tania Evans, WorkPro

Tania Evans, is the Founder & CEO of WorkPro, a powerful online platform centralising safety eLearning, background checks and licence/document management, aimed at mobilising teams and streamlining screening, onboarding and onboarding and ongoing compliance obligations.

Recognised for her commitment to practical compliance management, Tania has spent the past 14 years passionately advocating for the availability of a simple, reliable and affordable solution that assists organisations to meet their legal obligations, mitigate risk and protect their workers.

From pioneering technology integrations to the ongoing expansion of services that meet changing recruiter challenges, Tania’s tenacity for excellence and driving business efficiencies is unwavering. 

WorkPro now supports over 700 recruitment customers within its fast-growing portfolio of 1,700+ companies across Australia and NZ, and has helped more than 3 million candidates get compliant & job-ready since 2007.

 

Guy Underwood, Veremark

 

Entrepreneur and seasoned risk professional, Guy Underwood, based in Sydney, Australia, has more than 25 years experience in business, employment screening and risk management.

In 2002, Guy founded RISQ Group which became one of APAC’s largest employment screening companies with offices across the region.

After a successful exit in 2016, he drew upon his considerable experience by working with a number of startups in the due diligence, corporate intelligence and risk spaces in Asia and North America, both as an active investor and a board advisor.

Guy has recently been appointed as Non-Executive Chairman of Veremark, a global background checking and applicant screening startup which has recently raised £2M in an oversubscribed funding round.

 

On purchasing this product you agree to the APSCo Australia Product Purchase Terms and Conditions Read More.

 

$88.00 *
$88.00 *
None
* Price includes GST where applicable

Contact Information

Carly Fordred

Related Events