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.


Freedom to Speak Up hub

Find out about the National Guardian, how FTSU is being implemented locally, if your trust has a guardian, and the support and training being provided by the National Guardian's Office.


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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New raising concerns blog - parallels with other industries

Read the latest blog from Freedom to Speak Up Guardian, Christopher Hall.

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Raising concerns share and learn event - last remaining places

Our next share and learn is fast approaching and we still have some places available. If you work in HR or are a senior manager tasked with raising concerns, come along to hear the latest from Dr Henrietta Hughes and other key speakers.

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