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Declaration and conformance

Declaration of interest

Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) is committed to being open and honest in how we conduct our business and this includes the decisions we make being impartial. The declarations made in relation to the conflicts of interest policy are published below:

Further information regarding trust policy and procedure can be found in the conflicts of interest policy.

If you have any queries please contact us.

Health and safety policy statement

It is Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) policy to ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare of all staff whilst at work and to have due regard for service users, visitors, partners and external contractors. Download the RDaSH health and safety policy.

NHS improvement declaration

NHS Foundation trust boards of directors are required to make declarations to NHS improvement, the trust’s regulator, to certify whether or not it has complied with the terms set out in condition G6 of the trusts provider license.

There is a requirement for such declarations to be self-certified and published on the trust’s website.

Read more about our NHS improvement declaration.

Publication of spend

As part of the government’s commitment to greater transparency, there is a requirement to publish online, central government expenditure over £25,000. As a trust we are exceeding this minimum requirement and publishing all expenditure for transactions over £500. These details are updated monthly.

Publication of spend 2024
Publication of spend archive

Further information

More information about the requirements to publish expenditure can be found at GOV data website (opens in new window).

The trade union regulations

We report on facilities time information data which is the time off we give to staff for trade union activities. This data is usually updated and uploaded the UK government portal annually on or before the 31 July.

See the following link for more information, facility time information data (opens in new window).

Medicines formulary guidance

The formulary guidance has been agreed across the trust and should be used to inform the selection of medicines, and their use, in its provision of mental health services.

These services will develop as a result of new therapies, emergent evidence and changes in commissioning intention.

The formulary guidance will:

  • be a constantly evolving and dynamic document providing guidance on appropriate and cost-effective prescribing
  • contain some prescribing notes with key messages on best practice
  • aim to help prescribers choose the most appropriate medicines whilst ensuring value for money in the use of NHS resources

Read more about medicines formulary guidance.

Modern slavery statement

Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (opens in a new window) requires all organisations to set out the steps the organisation has taken during the financial year to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in any of its supply chains, and in any part of its own business.

The trust has internal policies and procedures in place that assess supplier risk in relation to the potential for modern slavery or human trafficking.

Read our full modern slavery statement.

Page last reviewed: July 08, 2024
Next review due: July 08, 2025

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