SafeGuarding Policy


At Luminary we are committed to keeping people safe from harm, this includes our trainees, alumni, team and customers.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REPORT A LUMINARY SAFEGUARDING CONCERN PLEASE CLICK HERE

If you or someone else is in immediate danger always phone 999.

Below are our safeguarding policies, please note, this deals with sensitive subject matter. Please be sure to seek support if the following causes you any distress.


Values Statement

Luminary recognises the value of individuals in their   unique life situation. We firmly believe that all individuals should be treated with dignity, respect and compassion. Our desire is for each individual to be given every opportunity to develop and recognise their own positive value and sense of self worth.  

Luminary Safeguarding Statement  

Luminary believes that all individuals have the right to live a life free from exploitation, harm and mistreatment, the right to feel and to be safe. Luminary will seek to ensure that all of its services and staff/volunteers promote this, creating an environment where all individuals are protected from abuse. Where abuse occurs, or is suspected or alleged, Luminary will respond with speed, sensitivity and with our focus on protecting anyone at risk from further harm. We will ensure that all staff and volunteers are trained to be competent and feel confident in dealing with safeguarding issues.        

Rationale

Luminary recognises that abuse of children or ‘vulnerable adults’ can occur in our society. Therefore it is acknowledged that our staff and volunteers may come across issues of abuse at some point during their work. As an organisation we recognise that we have a duty of care towards those who use our services. It is the responsibility of each individual within Luminary to work in a way that safeguards and promotes the wellbeing of all who access our services at all times. We will do this by taking all reasonable measures to ensure the risks of mistreatment and abuse are minimised.

Luminary Safeguarding Escalation Flowchart

Luminary Safeguarding Officer (SO)

- Alice Williams

Trustee Responsible for Safeguarding

- Davinia Roberts

Luminary Trustee Safeguarding Advisor  

- Anna Sheppard

SafeGuarding Policy


At Luminary we are committed to keeping people safe from harm, this includes our trainees, alumni, team and customers.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REPORT A LUMINARY SAFEGUARDING CONCERN PLEASE CLICK HERE

If you or someone else is in immediate danger always phone 999.

Below are our safeguarding policies, please note, this deals with sensitive subject matter. Please be sure to seek support if the following causes you any distress.


Values Statement

Luminary recognises the value of individuals in their   unique life situation. We firmly believe that all individuals should be treated with dignity, respect and compassion. Our desire is for each individual to be given every opportunity to develop and recognise their own positive value and sense of self worth.  

Luminary Safeguarding Statement  

Luminary believes that all individuals have the right to live a life free from exploitation, harm and mistreatment, the right to feel and to be safe. Luminary will seek to ensure that all of its services and staff/volunteers promote this, creating an environment where all individuals are protected from abuse. Where abuse occurs, or is suspected or alleged, Luminary will respond with speed, sensitivity and with our focus on protecting anyone at risk from further harm. We will ensure that all staff and volunteers are trained to be competent and feel confident in dealing with safeguarding issues.        

Rationale

Luminary recognises that abuse of children or ‘vulnerable adults’ can occur in our society. Therefore it is acknowledged that our staff and volunteers may come across issues of abuse at some point during their work. As an organisation we recognise that we have a duty of care towards those who use our services. It is the responsibility of each individual within Luminary to work in a way that safeguards and promotes the wellbeing of all who access our services at all times. We will do this by taking all reasonable measures to ensure the risks of mistreatment and abuse are minimised.

Luminary Safeguarding Escalation Flowchart

Alice Williams

Luminary Safeguarding Officer (SO)

Davinia Roberts

Luminary Trustee Responsible for Safeguarding

Anna Sheppard

Luminary Trustee Safeguarding Advisor

SafeGuarding Policy


At Luminary we are committed to keeping people safe from harm, this includes our trainees, alumni, team and customers.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO REPORT A LUMINARY SAFEGUARDING CONCERN PLEASE CLICK HERE

If you or someone else is in immediate danger always phone 999.

Below are our safeguarding policies, please note, this deals with sensitive subject matter. Please be sure to seek support if the following causes you any distress.


Values Statement

Luminary recognises the value of individuals in their   unique life situation. We firmly believe that all individuals should be treated with dignity, respect and compassion. Our desire is for each individual to be given every opportunity to develop and recognise their own positive value and sense of self worth.  

Luminary Safeguarding Statement  

Luminary believes that all individuals have the right to live a life free from exploitation, harm and mistreatment, the right to feel and to be safe. Luminary will seek to ensure that all of its services and staff/volunteers promote this, creating an environment where all individuals are protected from abuse. Where abuse occurs, or is suspected or alleged, Luminary will respond with speed, sensitivity and with our focus on protecting anyone at risk from further harm. We will ensure that all staff and volunteers are trained to be competent and feel confident in dealing with safeguarding issues.        

Rationale

Luminary recognises that abuse of children or ‘vulnerable adults’ can occur in our society. Therefore it is acknowledged that our staff and volunteers may come across issues of abuse at some point during their work. As an organisation we recognise that we have a duty of care towards those who use our services. It is the responsibility of each individual within Luminary to work in a way that safeguards and promotes the wellbeing of all who access our services at all times. We will do this by taking all reasonable measures to ensure the risks of mistreatment and abuse are minimised.

Luminary Safeguarding Escalation Flowchart

Luminary Safeguarding Officer (SO)

- Alice Williams

Luminary Trustee Responsible for Safeguarding

- Davinia Roberts

Luminary Trustee Safeguarding Advisor

- Anna Sheppard