Changes to employment law are underway. From the 12 October 2009 new measures are being introduced to vet the suitability of persons working with children or vulnerable adults.
It is to be called the Vetting and Barring Scheme (VBS) and will be
administered by a new public body to be called the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA).
From July 2010 all new employees can register with the ISA.
From November 2010 all new employees and volunteers must register before they start work. Until they have registered they cannot be legally employed.
Failure to comply with the new registration demands could possibly result in custodial sentences for the employee and the employer!
A range of useful online tools, posters and leaflets can be downloaded from the ISA web site at www.isa-gov.org.uk/toolkit .
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