Raised for discussion again at meeting 2JulyRBlagden July15 Q315 R Blagden

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progress this.Raised for discussion again at meeting 2July.(R.Blagden July15) Q3/15 R Blagden Zohaib Khan M. Zeeshan Ahmed OP-01/08 SHARED SERVICES / THIRD PARTIES – The Trust’s reliance upon third party organisations/companies to provide vital services may affect the trust’s ability to provide continuous high quality services should such a third party cease to operate. Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious Likely 8 6 DM - contracts/SLA's etc This risk has a number of elements to it and so additional work required to detail potential risks relating to shared services and to then identify owners. (A.Bourne-Jones July 15) Q3/15 S Betney & Zohaib Khan S Betney & Zohaib Khan M. Zeeshan Ahmed OP-05/08 IT INFRASTRUCTURE -A failure to provide adequate IT may adversely affect service user care and may compromise data security. Clinical data is being stored on PCs – if they are stolen we lose the data and the information could be compromised Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious Possible 6 4 POLICY : OVERSIGHT: IT Manager MONITORING : Asset management project will provide monitoring (WIP) Sue O'Connell has sent out several messages in new in brief and is planning a further one to remind users of the risks of storing data locally. She is also planning a series of audits. The NAS project is almost complete and all users we are aware of have been provided team and personal network drives to use to store information. Various departments have had new PCs after service directors were asked for their requirements all of the Q3/15 R Blagden Zohaib Khan M. Zeeshan Ahmed OP-06/08 COMMUNICATIONS (INTERNAL) – A failure to provide essential information to staff that is accurate, complete and timely and in an effective manner may result in a poor service to service users and staff. Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Minor certain 5 4 POLICY : No OVERSIGHT :Asst director Communications MONITORING: All formal Trust statements and press releases written, agreed and distributed through the Comms Team. 2. Trust colleagues encouraged to inform Comms Team of all external activity and training/support provided to answer press questions/write press releases etc 3. Risk forever present that staff will provide comments to the press without Trust agreement 4. Strong relationships with local press (radio and print) developing – researchers seek clarification from Comms Team prior to publication (G.Davies Mar 15) Q3/15 G.Davies S.Betney M. Zeeshan Ahmed OP-02/08 TELEPHONY – Should Cable & Wireless invoke the 1 months notice to withdraw their service this would adversely affect the standard of care provided to our service users as there are no contingency plans in place. This would impact particularly on Wotton Lawn, Holly House and Rikenel Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Minor Possible 3 9 6 POLICY: OVERSIGHT: MONITORING: Cable & Wireless have confirmed that their notice period will be 3 months, and will work with us to ensue continuity of service should this eventuality arise. Given the current status of the IP Telephony contract we could
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