Oho, is derived from the Dutch name for the Eurasian Eagle Owl. A strong animal with a kind demeanour and quiet presence, that never stops watching, and strikes with devastating speed when required.
Oho was born out of the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse because story after story showed gaps in recordkeeping controls from organisations that allowed abuse to continue.
Every day across Australia in almost every state, someone has their Working With Children Check (WWCC) clearance revoked. Oho provides solutions to remove the continuous manual compliance burden for organisations. It empowers organisations by putting WWCC checks and other safeguarding accreditations on autopilot through an automated accreditation verification program that is conducted every week, year in year out.
Oho’s technology tool screens employees and volunteers weekly, so organisations can continually revalidate essential accreditations and permits. Importantly, organisations receive timely alerts if an individual has their accreditation or permit revoked.