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Topic "Safety" in Tagalog (filipino) - total 22 documents

Title: Are you at risk...the red flags (eSafety Women Guide 3)
Summary: An abusive partner or ex-partner may use technology to attack, humiliate or control you. This guide lists signs that your technology is being misused.

Title: Dealing with image-based abuse (eSafety Women Guide 7)
Summary: Image-based abuse is when an intimate image is shared, or threatened to be shared, without the consent of the person in that image. This guide explains what an 'intimate image' is, how to make a report and how to get help.

Title: Domestic and family violence factsheet
Summary: The Australian Government does not tolerate domestic and family violence under any circumstances. Domestic and family violence includes behaviour or threats that aim to control a male or female partner by causing fear or threatening their safety. This fact sheet provides information on what domestic and family violence can include as well as contact details for culturally sensitive services in Australia.

Title: Family safety pack
Summary: The Australian Government has developed a Family Safety Pack for men and women coming to Australia. It includes information on Australia’s laws regarding domestic and family violence, sexual assault and forced marriage, and a woman’s right to be safe.

Title: FloodSafe (audio file)
Summary: Information on how you can prepare your family and your home for floods.

Title: FloodSafe fact sheet
Summary: Information on how you can prepare your family and your home for floods.

Title: Get support (eSafety Women Guide 4)
Summary: This guide provides information on where and how to get support if technology is being used to abuse, control or frighten you.

Title: Helping children (eSafety Women Guide 6)
Summary: This guide details some of the ways to help your children stay connected online while also keeping themselves, and you, safe.

Title: Keeping your technology safe and secure (eSafety Women Guide 1)
Summary: This guide provides tips on using the security features on your phones, tablets or computer.

Title: Kids can drown without a sound
Summary: A literature review identified portable pools as a high risk location for child drowning and near drowning. Discussions with bilingual workers, key informants and focus group participants also identified the need for water safety education among culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities. Kids Health developed a portable pool safety brochure titled "Kids Can Drown Without a Sound" based on focus group feedback conducted by Multicultural Health Communication Service (MHCS). This brochure raises awareness of the safety issues associated with portable swimming pools and the legal requirement for fencing to English and non-English speaking community groups.

Title: Online safety, Start the Chat
Summary: The online safety, Start the Chat Campaign is about helping everyone in a child's life to have a conversation about online safety. The youngest generation of children are the first to grow up in a fully connected digital world - for them, the online world is now just as much a part of their lives as the offline world. It is important to be proactive and talk about online safety early and often. This advertising material provides links to more information on cyberbullying on the eSafety website that can be used in your community.

Title: Road safety information - drive and park safely near schools
Summary: An information brochure for parents and carers regarding children's safety when they are travelling to and from school by car.

Title: Safe Use and Care of a Manual Wheelchair Including Elevating Leg Rest Option
Summary: Manual Wheelchairs can be used by people who find it difficult to mobilise at home or in the community. Evidence shows that safety and independence can be improved by using assistive equipment, such as a manual wheelchair.

Title: Sexual assault factsheet
Summary: This translated fact sheet outlines how in Australia, it is against the law to sexually assault anyone. A person who commits sexual assault can go to jail, whether they are a man or a woman. It outlines what sexual assault includes, and also provides contact details for support services.

Title: Sexual Assault Crisis Line
Summary: The Sexual Assault Crisis Line Victoria (SACL)  is a state-wide, after-hours, confidential, telephone crisis counselling service for people who have experienced both past and recent sexual assault. SACL is the central after hours coordination centre for all recent sexual assaults and provides immediate crisis responses throughout Victoria. SACL operates between 5pm weeknights through to 9am the next day and throughout weekends and public holidays.

Title: StormSafe (audio file)
Summary: Information on how you can prepare your family and your home for storms.

Title: StormSafe fact sheet
Summary: Information on how you can prepare your family and your home for storms.

Title: The basics: Your rights at work
Summary: If you are a temporary working visa holder, a permanent resident, or an Australian citizen, you are covered by work health and safety laws that apply to everyone in Australia. This fact sheet lists your rights at work.

Title: Top tips for keeping safe online (bilingual version)
Summary: Centrelink is committed to keeping your personal information safe and values your online security. You play an important role in keeping your information safe when you are online. Here are some ways you can ensure your information stays private when you are online.

Title: Towards an asbestos-free Australia
Summary: Fact sheet on the history and facts of Asbestos including the national strategic plan to eradicate it.

Title: Travelling with children in cars - multilingual information-fact sheets
Summary: Australian law requires that all children aged under 7 years must use a child car seat when travelling in cars. This is to protect the child from being injured if they are involved in a car crash. The type of child car seat needed depends on the child’s age and size. The child car seat must be the right size for the child, properly adjusted and fastened, and correctly fitted to the vehicle. Thank you to TAC and Britax for their support in the development of these information sheets, which were funded through the TAC Community Road Safety Grants.

Title: Using social media safely (eSafety Women Guide 2)
Summary: This guide provides safety tips on social media use, advice on what to do if you experienced abuse and how to get help.

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