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On-Site Access

Are there any specific requirements for researchers employed by parties other than the Northern Territory of Australia who require on-site access for implementing research activities?

The Northern Territory requires:

  • the name, professional qualifications and relevant professional Board registration number (e.g. NMBA, MBA) of all staff who will require on-site access;

For all named persons:

  • a copy of a photographic proof of identity,
  • a Curriculum Vitae including professional qualifications and registration number for relevant professional Board (e.g. NMBA, MBA);
  • a completed and signed Vaccine Preventable Diseases Evidence Certification (Category dependent upon activity) CAHS Form, and
  • a copy of a National Police Check issued not more than 6 months prior to the Commencement Date; and
  • a current Working with Children Clearance Notice maintained as valid for the duration of the trial.

The NTCTCU will provide the following documents in line with this request

  1. Vaccine Preventable Diseases CAHS Policy;
  2. Relevant category Vaccine Preventable Diseases Evidence Certification CAHS Form; and
  3. NT Public Sector Code of Conduct.

Additional amendments to the trial Agreement may also be required.

How can I find out more?

The NTCTCU can be contacted via email: clinical.trials@nt.gov.au

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Last updated: 07 December 2019

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