The Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre encourages disclosures of known or suspected improper conduct involving Peter Mac or its employees in accordance with the requirements of the Public Interests Disclosure Act 2012 (Vic).
What is improper conduct?
Improper conduct includes:
- corrupt conduct
- criminal offences
- serious professional misconduct
- dishonest performance of public functions
- an intentional or reckless breach of public trust
- a substantial mismanagement of public resources
- a substantial risk to the health or safety of one or more persons
- a substantial risk to the environment
Who can make a Public Interest Disclosure?
Anyone can make a Public Interest Disclosure about improper conduct related to Peter Mac.
- all employees, officers, students and volunteers of Peter Mac
- Peter Mac patients, carers and family members
- Peter Mac contractors
- members of the general public
How do I make a Public Interest Disclosure?
A Public Interest Disclosure related to Peter Mac cannot be made directly to Peter Mac, and Peter Mac is not authorised to receive Public Interest Disclosures.
To make a Public Interest Disclosure, you will need to contact the Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission (IBAC).
To complete an online IBAC notification, please click on the following:
For assistance, please contact IBAC:
For further information in relation to Public Interest Disclosures, please click on the following:
Alternatively, you may contact the Victorian Ombudsman for assistance:
Telephone: 1800 806 314 (Monday to Friday between 9.00 am – 5.00 pm)