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Institutions have a legal duty in terms of Health and Safety legislation to protect staff, students and others from any reasonably foreseeable harm as well as a common law duty of care towards staff, students and others.
ACAS guide offers practical tips on the impact of social networking on discipline and grievances, bullying, defamation, data protection and privacy.
Guidance for public sector organisationsaims to make current equality law more consistent, clearer and easier to follow in order to make society fairer.
JISC Techdis, a JISC Advance service, works with the HE and FE sector in the UK in the field of accessibility and inclusion.
This Cybercrime overview paper explores the main obligations imposed on institutions concerning the provision and use of IT facilities in terms of cybercrime.
This guidance is designed to help institutions deal with consent management when sharing personal data across and between institutions and external service providers.
An examination of what legal duty of care is required in the ICT environment by FE and HE institutions.
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Keeping Young Learners Safe in Education - Guidance
All school and college staff have a responsibility to provide a safe environment in which people can learn.
New Guidance for HE in Handling External Speakers
This guidance from Universities UK provides a framework for institutions to review and improve their own procedures when inviting external speakers to their university.
Smartphones - Guidance on How to Protect Information
The ICO has released guidance on how information on smartphones can be kept more safely and securely.
Training Vital when Using Twitter and Facebook
Misuse of social media puts the integrity of the institution at risk.
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