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  • Health and Safety Policy

    This Manual is provided as a reference source of good practices which all UFA staff are strongly advised to adopt or mirror with locally adapted procedures where necessary. All sections in the Manual have been produced using the latest Health and Safety guides and/or available legislation (Mar 2015) and concern issues which are important to the UFA. By following the advice and using the procedural forms provided, UFA employees should be able to continue to develop and maintain the proper management of health and safety issues.

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  • Whistleblowing Policy

    If you see something that you believe is wrong on a UFA programme, we need to know. You can raise your concern at any time about an incident that happened in the past, is happening now, or you believe will happen in the near future.

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  • Safeguarding Policy

    All children and young people, regardless of age, disability, gender, racial or ethnic origin, religious belief and sexual identity have a right to protection from harm or abuse. All adults who come into contact with children and young people in the work have a duty of care to safeguard and promote their welfare. UFA is committed to safeguarding the protection and welfare of children, young people.

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  • Complaints Policy

    We strive to deliver the best programmes and courses we can. We welcome comments and suggestions, both positive and negative, about the service we provide. If something goes wrong, or if a participant or organisation is dissatisfied with the service received then it is treated as a complaint. The feedback can help us to put things right and improve our services in the future.

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