WISE Youth Trust aims to be the best chance for young people to access leisure activities, sports, professional careers’ guidance and vocational and academic qualifications.
We are dedicated to working with young people who are marginalized, and face disadvantage therefore, our service is committed to addressing their needs through its work. Our services will be delivered in a way that is fair and equitable, with positive steps taken to address their needs.
We are committed to actively challenging inequality of opportunity, looking beyond existing legislation to address all forms of prejudice and unfair discrimination. All service personnel working for, and on behalf of the trust will be entitled to fair and equal treatment, and positive action will be taken to ensure that members of minority and disadvantaged groups participate fully in all aspects of service development and delivery.
Health & Safety
The policy is particularly relevant to residential work or interventions, but sections will be applied to individual projects as appropriate. the scope of the policy which is designed to provide adequate control of the health and safety risks that will arise from our work activities.
Child Protection & Vulnerable Adults
Our responsibilities are determined by The Police Act (1997), Sex Offenders Act (1997), Human Rights Act (1998), Crime & Disorder Act (1998), Children Act amended (1990), Protection of Children Act (1999), Sexual Offences Act (2003) and Youth Evidence and Crime Evidence Act (1999) and Government White Paper “Every Child Matters” (2005)
The quality system adopted by the organisation will aim to meet with International Standards requirements. The organisation will consistently demonstrate its ability to consistently provide a service that meet customer and regulatory requirements
The organisation will aim to enhance customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system, including processes for continual improvement of the system and the assurance of conformity to customer and applicable regulatory requirements.
This policy statement is the communication of our policy internally within our organisation and externally to our customers and suppliers. Because we understand the principles involved and accept responsibility for any practice that is not environmentally friendly generated by our organisation.
The first step on the journey towards sustainability is to create this written commitment.We recognise that we have a responsibility to the environment beyond legal and regulatory requirements.
We are committed to reducing our environmental impact and continually improving our environmental performances as an integral part of our operational strategy and methods, with regular review points. We will encourage customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to do the same.
Our organisation adopts a Performance Management Approach for managing our project outcomes and impact throughout each programmes' life cycle. Performance will always be crucial to our success and in order to prevent unnecessary rework, waste, cost, and time and is also be considered from both a product and process perspective which will be defined and communicated to all programme stakeholders.