Risk Identification Workshops 201415 Major Possible 9 6 POLICY Risk Management

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Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Major Possible 9 6 POLICY :Risk Management Strategy.Policy & Procedure for Reporting Incidents OVERSIGHT: Board /Board Assurance Report MONITORING : Risk Register / DoH & MONITOR/Risk Manger post Corporate Risk Register delivered to all SSU's and review planned by their Board each quarter. Next phase is to develop SSU Risk Register to compliment the corporate register.(Alan Bourne-Jones (July 15) Q3/15 Alan Bourne-Jones Amjad Gull M. Zeeshan Ahmed G-06/08 OUTCOME MEASURES - A failure to identify and implement consistent & robust outcome measures may adversely affect the Trust’s ability to compete and secure additional services Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Major Possible 9 6 POLICY : None OVERSIGHT: Practice Standards Cttee MONITORING: Clinical Manager System The Chief Operating Officer has informed all service Directors to adopt HONOS across appropriate services. We await the impact of PBR in mental health this year which relates to this action. The Trust will develop monitoring tools to report progress on this matter. (K.Jacobs July15) Q3/15 S. Thompson Wajid Ali M. Zeeshan Ahmed G-07/08 DATA QUALITY – Management information provided by key systems (e.g. Clinical Manager / finance systems) may not be accurate or complete which may adversely affect key business decisions leading to; • Poor services/ Poor reputation • Regulatory breach Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Major Possible 9 6 POLICY: OVERSIGHT: MONITORING: Qtr 1 significant data cleansing programme underway . Data quality returns now sent out to all (700+) care co- ordinators. (R.Lewis July 15) Q3/15 R.Lewis & S.Betney Wajid Ali M. Zeeshan Ahmed G-08/08 COMMUNICATIONS (EXTERNAL) – A failure to adequately control information provided by the Trust may lead to errors or misleading information being provided which may adversely affect the Trust’s reputation Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Major Possible 9 6 POLICY: OVERSIGHT: 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 July) Q3/15 G.Davies S.Betney M. Zeeshan Ahmed G-15/08 DELEGATED AUTHORITY (Standing Orders) – Individuals acting outside of their delegated authority may result in a financial loss Risk Identification Workshops 2014/15 Serious Possible 6 8 6 POLICY :Authorised signatories/ P2P system (Segregation of duties) OVERSIGHT: Finance MONITORING :Bugets/P2P system Q3/15 D McGrath M. Zeeshan Ahmed G-03/08 HEALTH & SAFETY - The Trust fails in duty of care or to meet Health and Safety legislation, leading to • Increased injuries to staff, patients, visitors and others; • Increased possibility of enforcement action by the enforcing authorities;
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