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 team for safeguarding adults, children and young people
- 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 there is an immediate risk to a child, young person or adult please call the police on 999.