One of the key requirements for the establishment and maintenance of a robust and strategically focused compliance program is to ensure that designated officers within ECU are formally acknowledged as subject matter experts for specified legislation with accountability for ECU's compliance with the legislation.
For each piece of legislation risk rated as substantial or above, as identified by the Manager, Legal and Integrity, a Designated Specialist Officer (DSO) will be appointed by the Vice-Chancellor. DSOs are responsible for ensuring University compliance with legislation. In relation to the specific legislation assigned to a DSO, the roles of these key officers include:
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