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Wrigleys' 29th Annual Charity Governance Seminar - webinar series: 'Serious incidents': what, why, and when to reportThis webinar has been recorded, please register to view.

Thursday 15th October, 2020 |
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About The Webinar

Please note this webinar has already taken place.

Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the Charity Commission expressed concerns that there is significant and systematic under-reporting of serious incidents and, as a regulator, it has gone on record to say that it is actually more worried about those charities that are not reporting than the ones that are. During the coronavirus pandemic there has been an increase in reporting, but are the right things being reported? Are trustees aware of their duties in relation to serious incident reporting?

During the coronavirus pandemic there has been some confusion in the sector over what should be reported. In this webinar we will look at: trustees’ duties in relation to serious incident reporting; incidents that might be reportable (with a focus on the Charity Commission’s updated guidance); what might be ‘significant’ in the context of different charities and their ‘partner’ organisations; when to make a report; and key steps you need to take when a serious incident has been identified.



'Serious incidents': what, why, and when to report.


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