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These are designed to provide a clear step by step document of what volunteers do if there is an incidence or accident on project. Then who NC or branches need to contact (if relevant)and what they do if they need further support. This will depend on the specific incident and there are examples given with each contingency plan/ traffic lights. If you are unsure about how these work or have any questions about the contingency plans please contact your branch buddy or the Trustee Health & Safety Lead.
All members of SKIP need to have an awareness of the contingency plans, even if not directly involved with volunteers on project. So please read through them carefully.
All branches also have their own adapted health and safety forms and contingency plans for project. Please see the risk assessment section for an example and more information.
NGO- non-governmental organization
CO- collaborating organisation
Every member of SKIP is vitally important to the charity, from volunteers right up to our trustees and patrons. We want to educate and empower all of our volunteers as without all the brilliant work our members do, there would be no SKIP!
We therefore strive to make sure you have all of the support and help you need. In this section we will go through where you can go to access support in and out of SKIP, and some resources you might find useful.
The World Health Organisation states that wellbeing is 'a state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.'
In SKIP we work with many different people from many different backgrounds, cultures, religions and with many different values.
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