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Vetting and Barring: A Practical Guide to the New CRB/ISA Scheme
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Vetting and Barring: A Practical Guide to the New CRB/ISA Scheme (Paperback)

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The first book written for all those impacted by the new Vetting and Barring Scheme, Vetting and Barring a practical guide to the new CRB/ISA scheme is no academic textbook or dry manual but a fast-flowing practical voyage through a major new hazard for employers, the self-employed and their advisers. Shrouded in controversy, the new scheme will have a profound impact on all those working with children and vulnerable adults. Over nine million people and thousands of organisations will have to understand the scheme and then recalibrate employment policies and recruitment practices. Authors Barry Clark and Ian Phillips have produced a readable and easy-to-use practical guide that explains the new system and delivers valuable insights into some of the likely impacts. Vetting and Barring a practical guide to the new CRB/ISA scheme looks at the new scheme from several angles. After reviewing the current system and examining its deficiencies, it explains the core provisions and key terms so that readers quickly familiarise themselves with a new vocabulary. Impact on Employers analyses some of the more demanding situations that employers will face and suggests some possible approaches. Getting Registered looks at the challenges facing the various organisation who will be involved in registration. Referrals navigates the potential minefield when the Independent Safeguarding Authority must be notified of a potential risk. Vetting and checking provides advice and guidance on all aspects of screening prospective employees. The changes proposed by the Singleton Report are clearly signposted and the content is supported by reference sections and other sources that make Vetting and Barring a practical guide to the CRB/ISA scheme an indispensible guide for people working with children and vulnerable adults. Audiences: local authorities and their contractors; nurseries, schools and colleges; hospitals, clinics and surgeries; care and residential homes; dentists and opticians; regulatory bodies; registered and umbrella bodies; HR and safeguarding professionals; juvenile detention centres; specialist lawyers; domestic workers and private tutors; contractors to education, health and care providers; domestic workers; nannies; juvenile detention centres.

LawLaws of Specific jurisdictionsEmployment & labour law Publisher: Smoking Gun Books Publication Date: 18/01/2010 ISBN-13: 9780955266164  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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