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Highspeed Broadband Checklist


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Highspeed Broadband Checklist

  1. 1. Task Strategy/ Process Completed1. Investigate current practices in “The maintenance of a saferelation to resource usage environment and safe workplaces”;” The prevention of pollution”.2. Evaluate Ongoing evaluation of compliance with HSE laws and requirements.3. Seek input from a variety of Retail and wholesale servicestakeholders providers, Local communities, End users and Construction contractors.4. Set targets and goals if the idea The National Broadband Networkis sound (NBN) is Australias first national wholesale-only, open access communications network that is being built to bring high speed broadband and telephone services within the reach of all Australian premises. The NBN will utilise three technologies; fibre, fixed wireless and satellite, expected to make possible improved ways for you to connect with one another. Within the next decade, the plan is for every home, school and workplace in the country to have access to the NBN.5. Implement performance The NBN has the potential toimprovement strategies transform many aspects of our lives including home internet and telephone services in areas such as education, business, entertainment and access to online health services.6. Promote the Strategy It is the governments goal that by 2020, at least 12 per cent of Australian employees will report having a teleworking arrangement with their employers. The NBN can make working from home easier with the ability to access a quality broadband experience and enabling you to use services provided over the NBN to access videoconferencing, virtual offices and giving you the ability to upload large files from the comfort of your own home.7. Monitor and Evaluate Services delivered over the NBNperformance have the potential to change the way we learn and teach. The NBN may help more Australians to easily access a greater education wherever they live. For kids in a
  2. 2. small school in the outback, a single mum studying from home, or a disabled student, thats a brighter future.8. Set new targets for The services provided over theimprovements where necessary NBN may open up opportunities for businesses to hold virtual meetings or liaise with suppliers across Australia online - potentially saving time and costs associated with travelling.Resources: