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New option for police checks

Posted 19 October 2017

The VHA has negotiated the best price in the market for its members for National History Police Checks by partnering with Clear to Work.

Clear to Work police checks, which are online, are accredited with the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, said Clear to Work CEO Brendan Power today.

“Whether your organisation needs one or 500 police checks Clear to Work will guarantee the best price. We also offer corporate facilities for multiple police checks,” he said.

VHA CEO Tom Symondson said Clear to Work streamlined the process and alleviated the load on member health services.

“While there’s no doubt police checks are an enormously important part of health service business, their administration can add unwelcome extra responsibilities,” Mr Symondson said.

The Clear to Work package provides:

  • Centralised online dashboard
  • Reduced administration
  • Real time monitoring
  • Payment options – choose whether your business or applicants pay

For more info contact Gail Vaughn or phone 0427 966 716.

If you’re interested in a partnership with the VHA contact Director of Development David Fien or phone 03 9094 7777.

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