Resources and tools
These resources and tools can be used by frontline workers supporting clients experiencing violence and abuse. They can also be used by workers in all sectors who may come into contact with people affected by sexual assault, domestic and family violence.
The resources include:
- Guidelines on reporting and protection, including legal and mandatory reporting obligations
- Risk Assessment Frameworks and Tools (RAFT) including guidelines for screening, risk assessment and safety planning
- Information on collaborative practice, including how to implement this in your workplace
- An overview of work-induced stress and trauma with a checklist and information on how to access support
- Key considerations when thinking about workplace safety for sexual assault, domestic and family violence services
This information is designed to support you to improve your practice and support others, whatever work sector you are in.
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Introduction to responding to people who have been impacted by domestic, family and sexual violence
How you respond to someone who has been impacted by violence can make a big difference to their recovery. The are a range of providers who offer training in how to respond to sexual, domestic and family violence.