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Safeguarding Concerns Guidance

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To introduce and discuss the practical application of the Safeguarding Concerns Framework 2020.

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Safeguarding means protecting an adult’s right to live in safety, free from abuse and neglect. It is about people and organisations working together to prevent and stop both the risks and experience of abuse or neglect, while at the same time making sure that the adult’s wellbeing is promoted including, where appropriate, having regard to their views, wishes, feelings and beliefs in deciding on any action.’ DH 2014. Making Safeguarding Personal (ADASS, 2014) practice guidance has influenced the Care Act and indicates a shift in the culture of safeguarding adults. We must involve the adult ‘experiencing, or at risk of, abuse or neglect’ in decisions about their safeguarding. ‘Organisations should always promote the adult’s wellbeing in their safeguarding arrangements. People have complex lives and being safe is only one of the things they want for themselves. Professionals should work with the adult to establish what being safe means to them and how that can be best achieved. Professionals and other staff should not be advocating “safety” measures that do not take account of individual well-being, as defined in Section 1 of the Care Act.’ DH 2014.

In June 2020 the Hampshire, Portsmouth, Southampton and Isle of Wight Safeguarding Adults Boards updated their Adult Safeguarding Policy, Process and Guidance document June 2020 and in October 2020 the additional framework ‘A Multi-agency framework to support decision making in relation to adult safeguarding concerns’ was added, along with the LGA and ADASS framework published in September 2020.

Workshop purpose:

The purpose of these workshops are to provide you with an opportunity to engage in discussions about the application of the Safeguarding Concerns Framework, the principles and the criteria to support the rationale for your decision making about whether in your agency or organisation you should raise a safeguarding concern.

The pre-requisites before attending this workshop is that you will have:

  • Familiarised yourself with the ‘A Multi-agency framework to support decision making in relation to adult safeguarding concerns’
  • Attended Level 1 (or equivalent) Adult Safeguarding Awareness Training
  • Knowledge of where safeguarding concerns are raised in your local area.

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Please note that only one ticket should be booked per named candidate. If you are booking for other members of your team, please ensure that their names are accurately recorded.

The HSAB does not accept bookings from delegates using a private e-mail address. If you do not have a work e-mail address, then please arrange for your organisation to make the booking for you.

All cancellations or changes must be sent in writing to hsab@hants.gov.uk. All training events are FREE to attend and places must be booked in advance. HSAB will circulate details of all events in advance and will provide a link to Eventbrite to enable bookings to be made online.

Failure to attend without providing an apology may result in you not being able to book on future courses.

Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and Privacy Statement

By booking onto this training event, you are giving consent to receive pre and post-event materials including evaluation surveys. Your details will only be used to contact you for the purpose of providing this information.

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Hampshire County Council is the organisation responsible for processing your information (the Data Controller). The Hampshire Safeguarding Adults Board (HSAB) would like to seek your feedback on its learning and training events. To be able to do this, we need your permission (your consent) to be able to store and use any contact details you provide to us. By submitting this form, you are giving consent to use of your data for the purpose of improving HSAB training.

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