Organisational Transparency

Organisational Transparency

  • Clear accountability.

  • That they are open to inspection and regular audit reporting.

  • A steering group made of service users and those within the sector.

  • A mechanism for regular reporting and service user feedback.

  • Policies for the recruitment of staff that are based on the skills and competencies suitable for the job. All staff should have undergone an enhanced DBS check.

  • Staff and volunteer training and development as an ongoing process and regularly reviewed in line with changing trends, legislation, and UK policy.

  • Complaint and whistleblowing procedures.

  • Staff and volunteer welfare policies that work to prevent and respond to vicarious traumatisation and/or burnout.

British Red Cross, the Human Trafficking Foundation, the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group, and Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU). 2018. ‘Principles that underpin early support provision for survivors of trafficking’.