Raising Concerns

Click here to Raise a Concern

The following flowchart has been devised to help staff identify how they can raise a concern and access sources of advice.

DCHS is committed to creating and supporting a culture where members of staff are encouraged and empowered to raise concerns without fear of recrimination or victimisation in any way.

We believe in an open and honest culture and this portal is designed to support you to raise a concern in the most appropriate way.  Hear what our senior leaders, Senior Independent Director and Freedom to Speak Up Guardian have to say about it here.

Click here to read our Raising Concerns Policy.

 

             

 

Tracy Allen,   
Chief Executive

 

Prem Singh,
Chairman

Raising Concerns - Freedom to Speak Up the DCHS Way

We have developed a series of animations based on issues staff have raised a concern about in DCHS.

Here is the first (in a series of five). 

What should Aysha do when she believes colleagues don’t respect her beliefs and culture? Watch our short animation to find out!

Anika didn't go in to work today because she was really upset about something that happened the day before. She feels her manager is not treating her fairly. What should she do? Watch our animation to find out more.

When John joined the Trust he was totally open about his sexuality with his manager and colleagues. Over the past few months he has realised he hasn't been invited to several social events with colleagues.  He has overheard his colleagues making homophobic comments. John loves his job and doesn't want to leave ... what should he do? Find out more here.

Jack was in the canteen when he heard two colleagues talking about a 'grumpy old patient' they had just been to visit. This upset Jack as he thought this could have been one of his relatives. What should he do? Find out more here.

Meet your Freedom To Speak Up Guardian

Kirsteen Farrar is our Freedom To Speak Up (FTSU) Guardian. 

You are welcome to contact Kirsteen with any concerns or issues you may have.

Contact details:

T: 01773 525065
E: kirsteen.farrar@nhs.net or

E: DCHST.raisingconcerns@nhs.net

To find out more about your FTSU Guardian view our question and answer page here.

Senior Independent Director

Did you know you can also raise your concern with the Senior Independent Director? The Senior Independent Director is a DCHS Non-Executive Director who sits on the trust board.

Contact details

E: DCHST.whistleblowing@nhs.net 

Postal address:

Ash Green Hospital
281 Ashgate Road
Chesterfield
Derbyshire
S42 7JE

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