Corporate policies

Our corporate policies incorporate all the factors (within the organisation and outside) that can affect our CCG objectives, our day-to-day operations and our long-term plans.

Adult Safeguarding Policy

Bribery Act 2010

Business Continuity Plan

CO32 - Standards of Business Conduct Policy

Commercial Sponsorship and Joint Working with the Pharmaceutical Industry Policy

Complaints policy

Counter Fraud Bribery and Corruption Policy

Domestic Abuse in the Workplace Policy

Fire Safety Policy

Health and Safety Policy

Healthcare Procurement Policy

Incident Reporting and Management Policy

Incident Reporting and Management User Guide

Intellectual Property Extension Policy

Internet and Email Acceptable Usage Policy

Managing Allegations Against Staff Policy

Managing the impact of Domestic Abuse in the Workplace Policy

Ensures that staff who are victims or perpetrators of domestic abuse are aware of the CCG’s role and responsibilities. It also provides information on the support that is available within the organisation as well as guidance to line managers when supporting staff who are affected by domestic abuse.

Managing the Impact of Domestic Abuse in the Workplace Policy

Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Policy

Moving and Handling Policy

Patient Services Access and Choice

Policy for the development and approval of policies

Prevent Policy

Public Contracts Regulations Thresholds

Risk Management Policy

Safeguarding Adults Policy

Safeguarding Children Policy

Security Policy

Serious Incidents Management Policy

Social Media Policy

South Tees CCG Activity and Prioritisation May 2016

Value Based Clinical Commissioning Policy Crib Sheet

Value Based Commissioning Policy April 2019

Violence Aggression and Abuse Management Policy