Policies and procedures
This document sets out not only our legal requirement, but also our organisational commitment to equality and diversity.
This policy ensures consistency regarding the reimbursement of expenses and issuing of involvement payments to our experts by experience.
Whistleblowing is where a worker reports a wrongdoing in the public interest to their employer or a relevant organisation. This is commonly referred to as ‘blowing the whistle.’
Our corporate complaints policy outlines the approach we will take in response to feedback and complaints received from those who use our services.
We are committed to protecting the fundamental rights and freedoms of individuals, with regards to the processing of personal data and their right to have their privacy respected.
A step-by-step guide to the freedom of information process and what you must do if you receive one.
Our recruitment policy and procedure outlines our commitment and process to ensure equality of opportunity in recruitment, selection, promotion and all other areas of employment.
This policy provides the rules and processes for all procurement activity within our organisation.
Our anti-fraud policy sets out our policy with regards to fraud and other forms of dishonesty.
The code of conduct for our board members provides guidance on the responsibilities and standards of conduct expected of all board members.
Guidance on recognising and disclosing activities that might give rise to conflicts of interest or the perception of conflicts.