All organisations have a duty of care and a legal responsibility for safeguarding their volunteers, employees, clients, and visitors – and one of way of keeping people safe is by carrying out Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks.
If you are involved in the recruitment or management of volunteers, it is essential that you are up-to-date with the latest DBS guidance, when it is needed, and the importance of knowing your organisation’s safeguarding policies and procedures.
To make sure you aware of your safeguarding responsibilities and when to carry out DBS checks, join @CommunityImpactBucks at its Volunteer Managers’ Network Meet-up on 20th January 2022 (10 -11.30am). For more information and to book your free place, go to //buff.ly/3zmoLNj
17:07, 11 Jan 2022 by Lisa Wilkinson