Access Request Policy

Statement of policy

This document outlines South Dublin County Volunteer Centre’s Access Request Policy to help ensure compliance with the access request provisions of the Data Protection Acts

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Adverse Weather Policy

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Recent years have seen some severe weather conditions, which have adversely affected some of our staff’s ability to get into work by whatever transport route they use. This Policy has therefore been developed to cover those kinds of situations other than the norm, such as heavy snow falls, flooding, or severe weather warnings, etc. and to ensure so far as possible our staff are treated fairly and consistently.

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Anti-bullying Policy

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The organisation acknowledges the right of all employees to a workplace and environment free from any form of harassment or bullying. Every member of staff has an obligation to be aware of the affects of their own behaviour on others.Any instances of bullying or harassment will be dealt with in an effective and efficient manner. In cases where the behaviour is proved to be repeated and consistent causing unnecessary stress and anxiety this will be considered gross misconduct. The organisation reserves the right to use the disciplinary procedure up to and including dismissal.

As part of this organisation's code of conduct, it is imperative that all staff and suppliers respect the dignity of every employee. Please consider the multi-cultural beliefs of all of your colleagues regarding your code of conduct, with particular reference to remarks, dress code, posters, e-mails and anything which may cause offence to a persons' gender, marital status, race, religion, family status, age, sexual orientation, membership of the Traveller community and disability

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Complaints Policy

Statement of Policy

medium complaint-dept-logo-smallThe South Dublin County Volunteer Centre (SDCVC) is committed to providing a high quality service to volunteers, volunteer-involving organisations, and other individuals and bodies interested in our work. We recognise that we may make mistakes from time to time, and that people may feel that the service they have received from us, or tried to receive from us, is unsatisfactory. We encourage feedback, both positive and negative, on all aspects of our policy and operations, so that we can maintain and improve standards on an ongoing basis. If an individual or organisation chooses to make a formal complaint, we will deal with this as quickly and fairly as possible and put things right where appropriate. 

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Data Protection Policy

Statement of policy

Data protection_logoThis policy is a statement of South Dublin County Volunteer Centre’s (SDCVC) commitment to protect the rights and privacy of individuals and compliance with the Data Protection Acts.

The Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2003 (the “Data Protection Acts”) lay down strict rules about the way in which personal data is collected, accessed, used and disclosed. The Data Protection Acts permit individuals to access their personal data on request, and gives individuals the right to have their personal data amended if found to be incorrect.

Inquiries about this Data Protection Policy should be made to The Manager, South Dublin County Volunteer Centre, Unit F, Block 2, Exchange Hall, Tallaght, Dublin 24. 

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External Garda Vetting Policy

STATEMENT OF POLICY

South Dublin County Volunteer Centre, as part of its service to support and promote volunteering, will act as an authorised  signatory for garda vetting for organisations within South Dublin County who do not have access to an authorised signatory within their own organisation.

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Volunteer Policy

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The South Dublin County Volunteer Centre exists to promote support, recruit and train volunteers and place them in relevant agencies in the South Dublin area. We recognise that in order to achieve our goals we need to involve volunteers in our own work too. It is also essential that we present a model of good practice in volunteer management.

We regard volunteers as a valuable resource and encourage them to get involved at all levels of the organisation and within all appropriate activities. We aim to train, support and supervise our volunteers to the best of our abilities, and to act quickly and fairly if difficulties arise. 

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