- DHS Disability Services
- Contacts and locations
- DHS DAIP
- Disability at sa.gov.au
- Equipment Program
- Disability Engagement Group
- Highgate Park
- Restrictive Practices Authorisation Scheme
- Safe Work Instructions
- State Disability Inclusion Plan
Anonymous reporting system
Are you worried about something you’ve seen or heard but are not sure what to do about it?
The DHS Disability Services Anonymous Reporting System allows you to:
- submit secure and anonymous safety or care concerns, or
- report on an incident relating to a DHS Disability Services site.
You can make a report any time and from any PC, tablet or smartphone.
Issues you could report include
- Observed incidents or concerns about a staff member’s conduct towards someone we support or another staff member
- Observed injuries or behaviours of concern shown by someone we support
- Risks in the workplace, or risks to the wellbeing and safety of someone we support
- Bullying or harassment between staff members
- Concerns about supervisor or manager behaviour
The system enables management and other relevant authorities to make effective responses to incidents or risks in the service, while maintaining anonymity of the person making the report.
It is not intended to replace the usual reporting system within DHS Disability Services but is aimed at providing a means of raising issues or concerns.
How it works
- Submit an anonymous concern or incident through the website
- Your report will be sent through to the DHS Incident Management Unit for their consideration and to action any needed follow-up
The reporting system must not be used to make vexatious or malicious complaints against other staff, people we support, their families or the organisation.
If you would like us to send you a reply, please include your contact details in your report.
Staff remain responsible for reporting all incidents through the the usual reporting system.Page last updated : 09 Sep 2022