1. Code of Conduct

The guiding principles of the Derby Local Involvement Network (LINk)are those laid down by the Nolan Report into standards in public duties.

2. Data Protection Statement

The Data Protection Act 1998 states that any Data Controller, defined as a person or organisation controlling the use of personal data, must comply with the eight enforceable principles of good practice.

3. Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection Statement

Derby LINk is committed to improving the welfare of all people irrespective of age or any other factor.  Child and Vulnerable Adult Protection is recognised as a particularly important area to ensure that activities and processes are undertaken to ensure their physical and emotional well-being while involved with activities which have been arranged by the LINk or organisations with which it works.

4. Complaints Procedure

Any expression of dissatisfaction regarding any aspect of the service or activities of the LINk should be regarded as a complaint.  A complaint does not have to be written - it may be made in person, over the phone, or by e-mail.

5. Health & Safety Statement

Our policy is to provide and maintain safe and healthy working conditions, equipment, and systems of work, for all our members, employees and volunteers, and to provide such information, training, and supervision as they need for this purpose.  We also accept our responsibility for the health and safety of other people who may be affected by our activities.

6. Volunteer Policy

Volunteering is central to what we do as the leading support service for voluntary organisations in Derby.  We help other organisations become better volunteer managers so we want to do the best we can to support and value volunteers that work with us.