NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin CCG is a new single organisation which was established on 1 April, 2021. Please note that policies will be uploaded to this website as soon as documents are approved for publication.

This webpage will be regularly reviewed to ensure it is as up-to-date as possible.

Special Allocation Scheme (Violent Patients) Information for referring practices

A Special Allocation Scheme (SAS) is in place for Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin CCG patients and is provided by: Marden Medical Practice (Shropshire patients) and Dawley Medical Practice (Telford patients)

The following guidance is intended to clarify the situations in which it would be appropriate to remove a patient from your list for referral to the Special Allocation Scheme, and the process that should be followed.

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Security Management Policy

This policy has been developed to tackle criminal behaviour and is primarily concerned with the provision of safeguards against crime and losses of NHS property, as well as ensuring the safety and security of all the CCG’s staff, visitors and service users affected by its work, so far as is reasonably practicable.

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Managing Challenging Behaviour Policy

This policy sets out how the CCG manages challenging behaviour and actions to be taken in order to protect staff from violent, aggressive, abusive or disruptive behaviour.

 

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Safe Driving Policy

This policy is intended to enable and support line managers and employees within the CCG to comply with appropriate legislation and the CCG’s Health and Safety Policy, and the Employee Expenses Policy and Procedure, for the use of vehicles driven by employees whilst on CCG business.

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Lone Working Policy

The purpose of this policy and guidelines it contains is to reduce and prevent risks involved to members of staff undertaking lone working as part of their daily work routine for the CCG.

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Health and Wellbeing Management Policy

The purpose of this policy is to create a working environment where the good mental health and well-being of its employees is paramount and where colleagues feel valued and protected.

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First Aid Policy

This policy provides guidance to employees on what to do if an employee is injured or falls ill at work, and how to do their role safely and efficiently.

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Accident & Incident Reporting Procedure

The procedure highlights the importance of ensuring that good Health and Safety management systems are in place, and that the accurate and timely reporting of accidents, incidents and near misses within the CCG can enable lessons to be learnt and changes to be implemented, where identified.

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Display Screen Equipment Policy

The aim of this policy is to ensure that staff are not subjected to unacceptable levels of risk to their health or safety when using display screen equipment (DSE).

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Fire Safety Policy

The fire safety policy is available to all employees in order to help them become aware of potential fire risks and hazards. The fire safety policy also informs employees of what to do in the outbreak of a fire and how best to ensure the safety of employees and others.

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Office Safety Policy

The CCG wishes to ensure that all office environments within its operations are both managed and used in a manner that is conducive to the safety of all CCG employees and other parties who may have cause to work in the offices, for whatever reason.

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Health & Safety Policy

The purpose of this policy is to ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of CCG staff and other persons, for example contractors, visitors, general public who may be affected by CCG’s activities including travelling on CCG business and at non NHS sites.

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