Victoria - What you can do
ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTING PRIVACY AMONG STAFF OF VICTORIAN PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANISATIONS
Send an email at the beginning of Privacy Awareness Week to all staff explaining what the week is about and reminding staff of their privacy responsibilities. If possible, have your CEO or agency head send out this email as a way of showing your organisation's overall commitment to good privacy practice.
Put up Privacy Awareness Week posters
Put up our Privacy Awareness Week posters or develop your own! When you display the posters, consider adding your details to advertise your role as your organisation's privacy contact officer. Consider a display of posters and privacy materials on a table in your office's staff area. Privacy Victoria has a limited supply of posters available. To order, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Distribute the Privacy Principles postcards to staff
Privacy Victoria has published four information postcards covering Information Privacy Principle (IPP) 1 Data collection, IPP2 Use and Disclosure, IPP 3 Data Quality and IPP 4 Data Security. Privacy Victoria has a limited supply of postcards available. To order, email email@example.com.
Publish an article on your intranet
Consider publishing an article about privacy on your organisation's intranet. What are the privacy challenges that your organisation and staff members face? How can these challenges be met?
Hold a training/information session on privacy
This could be a detailed training session that you schedule for during the week, or perhaps just a simple information session outlining issues around collection or security of personal information.
Details of Privacy Victoria's privacy training program can be found at http://www.privacy.vic.gov.au/ > training.
Run a privacy quiz
Run a quick privacy quiz in your team.
ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTING PRIVACY AMONG CUSTOMERS OF VICTORIAN PUBLIC SECTOR ORGANISATIONS
Publish an article in your organisation's newsletter or internet site
Display privacy posters and brochures in public areas
Put up a privacy display in your public waiting area. Make sure you have up-to-date brochures and posters. A range of free privacy posters and brochures can be accessed at http://www.privacy.vic.gov.au/ > publications > general information. Copies can be ordered from firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning the Privacy Advice and Referral Line on 1300 666 444.