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At WUTH, we are committed to achieving the highest possible standards of service for the benefit of our patients and staff.
However, where standards are not meeting demands, we expect staff to be able to raise concerns.
We are supportive of colleagues who have concerns regarding possible dangers, risks, wrongdoing or malpractice in the workplace. Therefore, we promote an open and transparent culture which encourages staff to act promptly and report concerns appropriately.
To highlight our commitment to supporting staff to raise concerns we have recently signed up to the Nursing Times' Speak Out Safely Campaign.
We have a number of support mechanisms for staff who would want to raise a concern, or for anyone who may simply want some informal advice and guidance. For further information please read our Raising Concerns at Work Policy here.