Gender Equality at Clean Energy Regulator
Employment with the Clean Energy Regulator is covered by the Fair Work Act 2009 and the Public Service Act 1999, both of which seek to ensure fairness for all staff, regardless of gender. Moreover, the Clean Energy Regulator continues to ensure equal participation of women and men in all areas of their work.
The Clean Energy Regulator works closely with the Sex Discrimination Commissioner to not only ensure gender diversity is embraced from an employment point of view but forms part of the workplace culture.
Staff are regularly provided training on matters of sexual harassment, violence against women and other barriers to gender equality. The APS has a strong focus on raising awareness of domestic violence, through targeted staff training and awareness programs.
The agency aligns with the ideals of the Sex Discrimination Commissioner to create an inclusive workplace where both men and women are supported to succeed, with their contributions valued and celebrated.