A summary of speaking up to Freedom to Speak Up Guardians in England
The National Guardian’s Office will be publishing its annual review of data submitted by Freedom to Speak Up Guardians on Thursday 1st October 2020.
Protecting workers from detriment for speaking up is a challenge, whatever sector we work in.
In this guest blog, Stewart Hughes from energy provider SSE plc shares how the company have adopted a Speak Up, Listen Up, Follow Up approach to detriment.
Working within the Intelligence and Case Review Team, you will support the Intelligence and Case Review Manager with delivering analytical support to further improve the NGO’s activity and quality of publications. You will support with ongoing query resolution for NGO’s stakeholders whilst ensuring the voices of workers can enhance the work of the NGO.
The National Guardian’s Office (NGO) has announced it will be carrying out a case review of speaking up at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
In this guest blog, the Learn Not Blame Team at DA UK share the results of their Protect the Front Line survey, looking at their members' ability to speak up about issues at work, in relation to personal protective equipment and other matters.
This year has been challenging for everyone across the NHS. COVID-19 and the lockdown has meant we have all had to work differently and take on more responsibilities to ensure excellent patient care. Pamela Permalloo-Bass, Lead Freedom to Speak Up Guardian at Solent NHS Trust shares her thoughts on adapting to the challenges.
Speak Up Month is the highlight of our calendar - a chance to raise awareness of Freedom to Speak Up and the work which you, as guardians, are doing in your organisations to make speaking up business as usual.
This October’s Speak Up Month will be a real celebration of Freedom to Speak Up and all that has been achieved by you and the network in working towards making speaking up business as usual.