Policies and procedures

Policies and procedures

  • Health, Safety and Welfare Policy

    Sets out the council's approach to health and safety and who is responsible for the health, safety and welfare of staff, clients, visitors, contractors and members of the public.

  • Identity Passes and Visitor User Guide

    This guidance is to advise staff of the importance of identity and visitor passes to ensure people are safe when visiting the council.

  • Ill Health Retirement Policy and Procedure

    Ill health retirement may be an option to pursue with an employee who may no longer be able to work in the future due to illness or ill health.

  • Information Governance Policy Framework

    Sets out the roles and responsibilities, procedures and standards for managing the council's information assets.

  • Information Security Personnel Guidance

    This guidance is to help ensure that all staff, agents, suppliers and contractors are adequately vetted and managed in respect of data and systems when carrying out their role.

  • Information Security Policy

    Sets out how the council prevents and minimises the impact of security breaches when processing customer and other data.

  • Internal Secondment Policy and Procedure

    Sets out the purpose of an internal secondment, the process for recruitment and the rights of an employee to return to their substantive post.

  • Internet User Guidance

    This guidance is to advise staff on what they can reasonably use the internet for, and what they should not do when browsing the internet.

  • Leave of Absence for Public Duties Policy

    The council operates leave of absence provisions for defined public and other duties. This is in addition to annual leave entitlements.

  • Maternity and Paternity Policy and Procedure

    This policy sets out the rights and responsibilities of management, employees and trade unions and complies with statutory regulations and guidelines.

  • Menopause Policy

    Menopause is a natural part of every woman’s life, and it isn’t always an easy transition. With the right support, it can be much better. Find out what support LCC can offer.

  • Mental Health Policy

    The council has a legal and general duty of care to employees who may have a mental health condition or may be experiencing mental health related issues.

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