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
- Raising concerns at work should be seen as part of normal day -to- day good working
- Managers and staff should listen to what the whistleblower is saying and make sure the concerns raised are managed well
- 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
- 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.