San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Safe Network Standards
Safeguarding children in the voluntary, community and faith sectors.
Does your organisation meet the recommended standards for safeguarding children and young people?
The session will guide your organisation through the Safe Network Standards to enable your organisation to put the essential safeguarding measures in place. This workshop follows on from the ‘Are They Safe?’ session delivered at Aston-Mansfield in June 2014.
Safe Network Standards cover four essential safeguarding areas:
● safer staff and volunteers – recruitment, induction and supervision
● child protection
● preventing and responding to bullying
● avoiding accidents and running safe activities and events
The 2013/14 edition now includes two new standards called Standards Xtra, Focussing on:
● recording and storing information
● sharing information and working with other agencies
The session will be delivered by Tom Strannix, Safe Network London Regional Manager.
We ask that all delegates arrive at 9.45am for a prompt 10.00am start.
Please note: due to the popular nature of this event, there is a limit on 2 places per organisation
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Community Involvement Unit
The Community Involvement Unit (CIU)is a team of specialists providing a comprehensive package of quality advice and information aimed at supporting and strengthening voluntary and community groups. The unit was established in 1991 and is based at Durning Hall in Forest Gate.