Raising concerns at work (whistleblowing)

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Get the latest information about Freedom to Speak Up, policy, tools, resources and guidance, and where to go if you are a member of staff and considering raising a concern. We are committed to working closely with employers and national bodies to help influence system-wide improvements to public interest concerns.

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Information for employers

Our information, tools and resources are designed to effectively support employers improve the culture around raising concerns.

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Freedom to Speak Up Guardian hub

Find out if your trust has a guardian on our interactive map, how their roles are working in practice and the difference they are making to staff.


Information for NHS staff

If you are considering raising a concern, here is a signpost to some information and guidance.

Draw the Line

Draw the line - managers' toolkit for raising concerns

Tools and resources for managers to help raising concerns become a normal part of employment in the NHS.

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