The falsification of documents is a criminal offence
THE RIW PROGRAM HAS A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY FOR FRAUDULENT OR DISHONEST ACTIVITIES OR BEHAVIOURS IN THE RIW SYSTEM
The falsification of documents is a criminal offence which can lead to serious legal penalties and industry restrictions. Falsifying a document can include tampering with it, altering it, or modifying it without permission or authorisation to do so. The RIW Program has controls in place to identify and investigate fraudulent documents which may lead to prosecution.
Examples of fraud may include but are not limited to:
Editing or changing the content or date of a competency, qualification, or medical document
Falsifying a competency or qualification to make a document appear to be genuine
Altering a document without permission or authorisation by the original issuer
Using or accessing a login assigned to another user to modify, add or remove data
Fraud is not:
Please ensure all documents uploaded to the RIW System are in their original state and have not been altered or edited in any way. If there are quality issues with competency certificates, qualifications or medical documents you should go back to the issuing authority for changes, before uploading to an RIW Profile.
If you require any assistance in the interim, please contact the RIW Service Desk on 1300 101 682 or firstname.lastname@example.org.