Developing policies and procedures

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It is good practice and in some cases the law to have certain policies and procedures in place. For example, if you employ five or more people, by law you will need to have a health and safety policy.

Our training around developing policies and procedures will take you step by step through what is needed in your policies but will also give you practical advice, resources to use, videos, food for thought and much more.

For example, our developing policies and procedures course on health and safety covers not only what should be included in your policy and procedures, but in addition it offers practical advice on subjects such as manual handling, responding to an emergency, recording and reporting accidents and managing and assessing risk.

In addition we have a team of experienced community development officers, who can answer questions about developing policies and procedures, supporting you in your learning journey.

Developing policies and procedures - Equality and diversity flyer
Developing policies and procedures - Health and safety flyer
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Developing policies and procedures - Data protection and confidentiality flyer

Developing policies and procedures

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