Fraud Strategy Statement
The Coal Mining Industry (Long Service Leave Funding) Corporation (Coal LSL) is a corporate Commonwealth entity subject to the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act).
Coal LSL formally adopted a Fraud Policy in 2010 in respect of its administration of the Coal Mining Industry Long Service Leave Fund (Fund), which is reviewed annually. This policy addresses the Board's duties under the PGPA Act and Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014 (PGPA Rule) as the accountable authority of Coal LSL, in particular, the Board's duty under section 15 of the PGPA Act to govern the entity in a way that:
- promotes the proper use and management of public resources for which the Board is responsible;
- promotes the achievement of the purposes of Coal LSL; and
- promotes the financial sustainability of Coal LSL.
- the Board's duty under section 16 of the PGPA Act to establish and maintain appropriate systems of risk oversight and management and internal control; and
- the Board's duty under section 10 of the PGPA Rule to take all reasonable measures to prevent, detect and deal with fraud relating to the entity.
Coal LSL's commitment to Fraud Management
Coal LSL has a Fraud framework in place to ensure that any alleged fraud incidents reported to Coal LSL are taken seriously and dealt with in a swift, transparent and impartial manner. Coal LSL is committed to good governance practices and providing a quality service to all stakeholders.
How do I report an alleged fraud to Coal LSL?
The quickest way to report an alleged fraud is to complete and submit the online Fraud Reporting form.
Alternatively, you can write to us detailing the alleged fraud at firstname.lastname@example.org:
Corporate Services Manager
Coal Mining Industry (Long Service Leave Funding) Corporation
Locked Bag 2021
Newcastle NSW 2300