Public Interest Disclosure Policy

Publication Scheme

access here The Public Interest Disclosure Act 2010 (PID Act) replaced the Whistle Blowers Act 1994. The PID Act aims to ensure that government is open and accountable by providing protection for those who speak out about wrongdoing or in other words, make a public interest disclosure (PID). Making a public interest disclosure is sometimes referred to as ‘whistleblowing'. Reporting suspected wrongdoing is vital to the integrity of the Queensland public sector.

What is Public Interest Disclosure?

A Public Interest Disclosure (PID) is a report of suspected wrongdoing or danger. For an allegation, to be considered a PID and attract the protections under the Public Interest Disclosures Act 2010, it must be:Public interest information about substantial and specific wrongdoing or dangerAn appropriate disclosureMade to the proper authority.

What can a PID be about?

Any person, including public sector officers, may disclose information about:A substantial and specific danger to the health or safety of a person with a disabilityA substantial and specific danger to the environment (as set out in the PID Act)Reprisal action following a PID.

A public sector officer may also disclose information about:

What is a reprisal?

Reprisal occurs if a person causes or attempts to cause detriment to you because they believe you: Have made, or intend to make a PID; or have participated in, or intend to participate in procedures under the PID Act.

What is the NASC PID policy and Procedure

NASC PID Procedure
Publication Scheme

Our publication scheme describes and categorises information routinely available. It has been developed to give the community greater access to information held by the Napranum Shire Council.

All information and documents accessible via the Napranum Shire Council publication scheme are provided free of charge.

Information has been grouped into the following seven information classes.

About Us
Our Services
Our Finances
Our Priorities
Our Decisions
Our Policies
Our Lists

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Our Policies

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Anti-discrimination Policy
Bullying Policy
Councillor Staff Interaction Policy
Dress Policy
Drug and Alcohol Policy
Disciplinary Procedure Policy
Entertainment and Hospitality Policy
Fraud Policy
Internet, Mobile and Computer Policy
Leave Policy
Leave Without Pay Policy
Mobile Phone Policy
Performance and Misconduct Policy
Time Sheet Policy
Vehicle Use Policy

Our Plans

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Planning Scheme
Disaster Management Plan

Council Reports

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Annual Report 2013/2014
Annual Report 2014/2015


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NASC 2016/2017 Budget

Register of Interest

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Elected Representatives

Mayor Rex Burke
Cr Fiona Wirrer-George
Cr Rhonda Charger
Cr Ethel Bosuen
Cr Sonya Schuu


Julie Guest
Siva Ratnasingam