The Rapid Relief Team (RRT) is committed to regulatory compliance and good corporate governance. Our Safe Working Policy enables all activities to be carried out safely, and with all possible measures taken to remove or reduce risks to the health, safety and welfare of team members, the community, and anyone else who may benefit from our operations. Governance reporting is publicly available, including our annual report. The systems and financial integrity of RRT are regularly audited by accredited third parties to provide assurance to those we assist.
Our commitment to good corporate governance and transparency is headlined by the production of comprehensive Annual Reports.
To facilitate our Safe Working Policy, RRT has implemented a Work, Health and Safety system that conforms to the requirements of Australian Standard AS4801:2008 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System. Our risk based approach to safety management, and focus on comprehensive induction and training of our teams ensures the welfare of our volunteers.
True to our name, the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) rapidly responded to some of humankind’s greatest challenges across the globe in 2019, and as always, our volunteers continued to serve from the heart, leaving a lasting impression on people in crisis.
Connecting through crisis, the Rapid Relief Team (RRT) remained committed to our mission in 2020 to serve people with care and compassion in their time of need. A year of global transformation, uncertainty, and unprecedented change, RRT adapted our benevolent services to meet the need at hand.
RRT’s 2021 Global Annual Review illustrates how RRT volunteers turned their compassion into action and served people in their time of need. In a year characterised by COVID-19 restrictions and devastating disasters, RRT’s support was called on more than ever before.
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