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compiled and/or made available in good faith. All reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that it is
accurate and up to date. Design in Mental Health Ltd does not accept any legal responsibility for any
omissions or errors on the site. Whilst Design in Mental Health Ltd makes every effort to vet external
sites, it does not endorse or accept responsibility for any external sites that may be linked to or from this
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Some areas of the site are only accessible to current members and to authorised individuals who must
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the General Data Protection Regulation (2018).
The details you have provided here will be used to deal with your enquiry and/or to send you more
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place to protect any information in our control, to prevent its loss, misuse or alteration and to comply
with the provision of the General Data Protection Regulation (2018).
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Design in Mental Health Network – Safeguarding policy
Any person undertaking activity by or on behalf of the Design in Mental Health Network (DIMHN) must protect DIMHN’s beneficiaries, officers, staff, volunteers and any person connected with the activity from harm.
This includes, but is not limited to, the statutory responsibility towards children below the age of 18 and vulnerable adults aged 18 and over. The DIMHN board will manage this in accordance with the Charity Commission’s 2017 policy paper ‘Strategy for dealing with safeguarding issues in charities’ as updated.
Any board member may be approached by any person to raise a concern, issue or complaint, and must act to ensure the situation is made safe, reported on and followed up. The named Safeguarding Lead is the current chair of the board who is Jenny Gill and may be contacted at email@example.com
Dated: 25 March 2019