Freedom To Speak Up (Raising Concerns)

Whistleblowing is the term used if you report a serious concern that you believe is not being dealt with through the Raising Concerns Policy.

There is protective legislation and this is called The Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998.

It may be that although you believe the issues have already been raised but have not been addressed or that the issues are such that it is difficult to raise them within the working environment. Such concerns are likely to be serious issues such as endangering health and safety, fraudulent accounting or clinical malpractice.  Visit our Raising Concerns FAQ Page for further information.




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