The Essential Services Commission of South Australia is committed to engaging with external stakeholders and the general community to promote transparent and collaborative decision making.
The Commission engages with stakeholders by:
having a collaborative approach to decision making and information management;
developing and maintaining relationships with Ministers, Government policy makers, other regulators, industry stakeholders and consumers.
making information and publications accessible and consulting on regulatory decisions;
inviting input into our work plan priority setting and regulatory processes; and
communicating the outcomes of our work.
The Commission’s approach to consultation is detailed in its Charter of Consultation and Regulatory Practice which the Commission reviews every three years. The Commission last reviewed its Charter in 2012.