Resource Centre policies and procedures
These are the Resource Centre’s own policies and procedures.
You might find them useful when writing your own sample policies, but bear in mind that your policies should be relevant to your own organisation.
This links open PDFs created from Word documents, to improve reader accessibility. Signed, scanned copies are available. Don’t forget to always review your policies at a meeting of your governing body, and ask a committee member, trustee or director to sign them. If these PDFs are inaccessible for you, please contact us and we will be happy to provide our policies in another format.
The purpose of the Capability Procedure is to ensure that staff achieve and maintain the level of work performance expected of them and to provide a fair mechanism for dealing with those employees who are unable to achieve a satisfactory performance.
This procedure is designed to clarify the rights and responsibilities of B&H SWET Ltd, staff and trade unions in the event of disciplinary action.
This policy sets out the principles and definitions underlying the Resource Centre’s processes to protect personal data.
This procedure sets out the details of steps taken by the Resource Centre to protect personal data.
This policy sets out the steps taken by the Resource Centre to minimise damaging environmental impacts and support sustainable practices.
This policy sets out the steps taken by the Resource Centre to prevent discrimination in the services it provides and in employment.
Safety policy and procedures that we use when hiring equipment to community and voluntary groups.
This policy sets out the Resource Centre’s financial management processes and provision.
The purpose of these rules is to ensure proper control of the Centre’s finances.
This procedure is designed to clarify the rights and responsibilities of employer, staff and trade unions should an employee feel the need for a formal process to resolve a grievance.
Resource Centre policy on safeguarding children and adults.
Resource Centre Health and Safety Policy, as required by the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
These procedures should be followed by staff at all times in order to ensure safe work methods and use of equipment and to maintain safe and healthy working conditions for all employees and users of the Centre.
Resource Centre policy on staff voicing any concerns they have about the organisation, internally or externally (‘whistleblowing’)