Mission Activities and Program (MAaP) Resources
Safeguarding News – National Rollout of Mission Activities and Program (MAaP) on 1 July 2021
The new Mission Activities and Program (MAaP) register for all children and youth programs is operational nationally from 1 July 2021.
The MAaP register is housed within SAMIS which you can access here https://samis.salvationarmy.org.au. The MAaP Register is found under the Admin menu > Centre Forms area of your Corps centre in SAMIS.
An Online Training Course is available on the SAMIS Training platform with instructions on how to use the MAaP Register and How to complete the Risk Assessment. The course is titled Quality & Safeguarding – MAaP Register. Please complete this prior to submitting or approving your first MAaP. SAMIS Training can be access at https://samistraining.salvationarmy.org.au:4438/login/index.php using your SAMIS Username and Password.
If you are unsure of your SAMIS login, please contact the SAMIS support team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 8878 4793.
HELP WITH RISK ASSESSMENT
Refer to the Info > Helpful Documents area of SAMIS for documentation on using MAaP.
If you require help with completing the risk assessment after viewing the Risk Assessment Training Video, please contact your state Safeguarding Consultants at email@example.com
Please note that The Safety Management Online (SMO) for both former territories will close on 30 June 2021. Information in relation to current approved programs will be accessible via the MAaP register. Access to historical data can be gained via contacting Safeguarding@salvationarmy.org.au.
If you have any questions please contact the Safeguarding team at Safeguarding@salvationarmy.org.au.
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