Whistleblowing: improving organisational practice

What is the video about?

A film to encourage organisations to create a safe environment for staff to raise concerns openly as part of normal day-to-day practice.

Messages for practice

  1. Raising concerns at work should be seen as part of normal day -to- day good working
  2. Managers and staff should listen to what the whistleblower is saying and make sure the concerns raised are managed well
  3. Whistleblowing isn’t always easy. However, if seen as part of routine practice, organisations have a better chance of making quality improvements for staff and the people who use their services
  4. An open culture where concerns can be raised helps to build a safe working environment and effective learning organisation.

Who will find this useful?

Managers, health and social care staff, housing staff, social workers, care providers, care staff, people who use services.