The volunteer policy sets out the general principles and guidance for volunteering and volunteer schemes.
The learning from deaths policy sets out the practices we use to review and learn from the deaths of patients under our care, so we can protect future patients from avoidable harm.
The purpose of this policy is to set out the rationale for clinical audit and provide a framework of key principles for staff undertaking clinical audit projects within NWAS.
The purpose of this procedure is to enable the identification of Serious Incidents, and report, record and investigate them appropriately.
Data Protection & Security Policy provides guidance in line with sector best practice that is appropriate for the trust to allow relevant departments to produce the necessary policy and guidance for their area and to ensure that the applicable and relevant data protection controls are in place in line with the Department of Health, the wider NHS and health and social care requirements
This policy outlines our approach to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOI) and the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (EIRs). The legislation provides for the disclosure of information and all recorded data except personal information.
This policy will help to ensure that we use NHS money wisely, providing best value for taxpayers and accountability to our patients for the decisions we take.
This document explains the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust Anti-Fraud Bribery and Corruption policy and the steps that must be taken where Fraud, Bribery or Corruption is suspected. All employees and volunteers should be aware of the existence of this policy document
A policy for the management of contractors working on trust premises
The purpose of this procedure is to improve our services through a series of feedback mechanisms which include complaints and incidents raised by other responsible bodies