Increased litigation both civil and criminal Risk Identification Workshops

Increased litigation both civil and criminal risk

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• Increased litigation, both civil and criminal Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious Possible 6 12 6 POLICY : H&S Policy / general statement (also ST&F/DSE/Lone Worker/violence Aggression etc) OVERSIGHT: Board/Governance/Occ upational Health & Safety Cttee/JNCC MONITORING :Risk assessments (Annual) All policies now updated, awaiting JNCC and Board ratification Managers undergoing H&S risk assessment training to eliminate or reduce hazards within their area of control. (N.Jones July 15) Q3/15 N.Jones K. Harrison M. Zeeshan Ahmed G-11/08 STANDARDS FOR BETTER HEALTH - Failure to meet National Standards (Standards for Better Health) will result in a regulatory breach and subsequent loss of reputation Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious Possible 6 4 POLICY : OVERSIGHT: Each Standard has owner. Director of Corporate affairs review MONITORING : Audit - PwC review Full compliance statement given in April 2015. Reassessment to commence in September.(Amjad Gull July15) Q3/15 Amjad Gull Amjad Gull M. Zeeshan Ahmed GOVERNANCE RISK
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G-14/15 LEGISLATION - Mental Health Act (2007) & Mental Capacity Act 2005 (Depravation of Liberty Safeguards - DOLS) - A failure to adhere to the requirements of this healthcare legislation may adversely affect the Trust’s reputation as a result of; • Regulatory action • Legal action Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious possible 6 4