Safeguarding

Coronavirus

Healthshare is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults, children and young people and protecting them from risk of harm.

Healthshare has a statutory duty to ensure arrangements are in place in which to achieve this.  This is reflected by:

  • A clear line of accountability for safeguarding, reflected in our governance arrangement
  • A dedicated lead for safeguarding adults and children
  • A dedicated doctor who is responsible for safeguarding adults and children
  • Clear systems to train all staff to recognise and report safeguarding issues
  • Arrangements to share information between agencies and commissioners
  • Monitoring through quality assurance processes

Who do I contact in an emergency?

If you need advice and guidance from a member of our safeguarding team if it is an emergency, or if the child, young person or adult is at immediate risk, then call the police on 999.

Who do I contact for safeguarding issues relating to adults?

For safeguarding issues relating to adults please contact:

Becky Cowderoy - Designated Adult Safeguarding Lead

Email Adult Safeguarding Lead or telephone: 01732 525935

Who do I contact for safeguarding issues relating to children?

For safeguarding issues relating to children please contact:

Becky Cowderoy - Designated Child Safeguarding Lead

Email Child Safeguarding Lead or telephone: 01732 525935

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